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Critical Care Primer: Educational Resources for Non-ICU Clinicians
Lee, J. D., Albert, T. J., Carmona, H. D., Johnson, N. J., Luks, A. M., Steinbach, T. C., & Kritek, P. A. (2020). Just-In-Time Tools for Training Non-Critical Care Providers: Basics of Respiratory Failure. ATS Scholar, (ja).
Steinbach, T. C, .Albert, T. J., Carmona, H. D., Johnson, N. J., , Lee, J. D, and Luks, A. M., , & (2020). Just-In-Time Tools for Training Non-Critical Care Providers: Troubleshooting Problems in the Ventilated Patient. ATS Scholar, (ja).
ACP's collection of 50+ white board videos (2-5 mins each), currently available for free access during the pandemic. View in any order; mobile friendly. Topics include: ABG, acid/base, hypoxemia, ARDS, hypercarbic failure, mechanical ventilation, sepsis, vasopressors, preventive measures in the ICU.
Aimed at doctors (mostly anesthesiologists) who will be asked to help out in regular or makeshift ICUs during the Covid-19 outbreak. Covers general considerations for ICU care and then specifics of managing a ventilated Covid-19 patient.
Levy SD, Alladina JW, Hibbert KA, Harris RS, Bajwa EK, Hess DR. High-flow oxygen therapy and other inhaled therapies in intensive care units. Lancet. 2016;387(10030):1867–1878. doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(16)30245-8
Ergan B, Nasiłowski J, Winck JC. How should we monitor patients with acute respiratory failure treated with noninvasive ventilation?. Eur Respir Rev. 2018;27(148):170101. Published 2018 Apr 13. doi:10.1183/16000617.0101-2017
The SSC COVID-19 subcommittee panel (36 experts from 12 countries) issued 53 statements based on the available evidence, four of which are best practices based on high-quality evidence. Updated as new evidence becomes available
World Health Organization. Intended for clinicians taking care of hospitalised adult and paediatric patients with severe acute respiratory infection (SARI) when a nCoV infection is suspected. Updated 3/13/2020
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