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SCCM Pod-357 Initial Crystalloid Resuscitation in Sepsis and Septic Shock

Ludwig Lin, MD, speaks with Daniel E. Leisman, BS, about the article, Patterns and Outcomes Associated With Timeliness of Initial Crystalloid Resuscitation in a Prospective Sepsis and Septic Shock Cohort, published in Critical Care Medicine.

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SCCM Pod-356 Repeated Critical Illness and Unplanned Readmissions to PICUs

Margaret Parker, MD, MCCM, speaks with Jeffrey D. Edwards, MD, MA, MAS, about the article, Repeated Critical Illness and Unplanned Readmissions Within 1 Year to PICUs, published in the August 2017 issue of Critical Care Medicine.

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SCCM Pod-355 The Epidemiology of Hospital Death Following Pediatric Severe Sepsis

Margaret Parker, MD, MCCM, speaks with Scott L. Weiss, MD, MSCE, about the article, The Epidemiology of Hospital Death Following Pediatric Severe Sepsis: When, Why, and How Children With Sepsis Die, published in the September 2017 issue of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine.

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SCCM Pod-354 The Septic Shock 3.0 Definition and Trials

Ranjit Deshpande, MD, speaks with James A. Russell, MD, about the article, The Septic Shock 3.0 Definition and Trials: A Vasopressin and Septic Shock Trial Experience, published in the June 2017 issue of Critical Care Medicine.

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SCCM Pod-353 Are Biomarkers Ready for Prime Time?

Kyle Enfield, MD, speaks with John A. Kellum, MD, MCCM, about his talk presented at the 46th Critical Care Congress in Honolulu, Hawaii entitled, Are Biomarkers Ready for Prime Time?

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SCCM Pod-99 Congress Preview: Mechanical Ventilation Modes

Richard D. Branson, RRT, FCCM, discusses his two upcoming presentations for the 38th Critical Care Congress, The Modes of Mechanical Ventilation and Mechanical Ventilation Modes: How and When. Both sessions will highlight new developments in mechanical ventilation and increase understanding. Mr. Branson is an assistant professor, division of trauma and critical care at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center in Ohio.

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SCCM Pod-98 Congress Preview: Angus Discusses Critical Care Research

Derek C. Angus, MD, MPH, FCCM, the recipient of the American College of Critical Care Medicine's (ACCM) Distinguished Investigator Award, discusses the state of critical care research as well as his unique background. Dr. Angus will accept the award during the 38th Critical Care Congress, where he also will be giving a presentation titled, "Change," during the ACCM Convocation and Award Ceremony. Dr. Angus is a professor of critical care at the University of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania where he is currently chairman of the department of critical care. Released: 1/22/09

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SCCM Pod-97 Congress Preview: Teaching Critical Care Medicine

Paul Rogers, MD, professor of critical care medicine at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in Pennsylvania, discusses themes from his upcoming keynote session, "Teaching Medicine is an Art, Valuing it is Critical," to be presented during the 38th Critical Care Congress. Dr. Rogers recently was awarded The Alpha Robert J. Glaser Distinguished Teaching Award, which recognizes significant contributions to medical education made by gifted teachers. Released: 1/5/09

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SCCM Pod-96 PCCM: Acute Hyponatremia in Hospitalized Children

Desmond Bohn, MC, BCH, discusses his editorial, "The Problem of Acute Hyponatremia in Hospitalized Children: The Solution is the Solution," which was published in the November 2008 issue of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine. The editorial was in response to an article by P. Alvarez-Montanana et al, published in the same issue titled, "The use of isotonic fluid as maintenance therapy prevents iatrogenic hyponatremia in pediatrics: A randomized, controlled open study." Dr. Bohn is Department of Critical Care Medicine Chief at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada. (Pediatr Crit Care Med. 2008;9[6]:658) Released: 12/1/08

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SCCM Pod-95 PCCM: Is the Endotracheal Tube Next to Go

James D. Fortenberry, MD, FCCM, discusses his editorial published in the September 2008 issue of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, titled "8-Tracks, Betamax... Is the endotracheal tube next to go?" Fortenberry is a pediatric intensivist at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta in Georgia, where he also is the medical director of the system's clinical research. Dr. Fortenberry also is director, division of critical care medicine in the department of pediatrics at Emory University School of Medicine. The editorial was in response to an article published in the same issue by Leticia J. Yanez et al., "A prospective, randomized, controlled trial of non-invasive ventilation in pediatric acute respiratory insufficiency." (Pediatr Crit Care Med. 2008;9[5]:536) Released: 11/19/08

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