Link To The Curbsiders’ Post “#206 Airway [And Ventilator] Management [In COVID-19 Patients] for the Non-Intensivist” With Additional Resources

The Curbsiders #206 podcast and post specifically references airway and ventilator management in the COVID-19 patient.

Note to myself: I didn’t excerpt the show notes because I just need to review every part of the notes every time I go over the podcast again.

In this post I link to the awesome Curbsiders‘ post  #206 Airway Management for the Non-Intensivist. APRIL 13, 2020 By CYRUS ASKIN:

PITFALLS & PEARLS IN THE COVID-19 ERA WITH MEDICAL
INTENSIVIST DR. KEVIN CHUNG

Time Stamps [Clinical material begins at 8:20]

  • 00:00 Sponsor – AccessMedicine by McGraw Hill http://bit.ly/MHCurbsiders
  • 00:15 Disclaimer, intro, guest bio
  • 03:15 Guest one liner, chicken wings (Miller Lite marinade), career advice
  • 07:40 Sponsor – AccessMedicine by McGraw Hill http://bit.ly/MHCurbsiders
  • 08:20 Case of hypoxemic respiratory failure; Rapid evaluation, initial labs
  • 16:03 Initial assessment of a COVID-PUI; HFNC and non-invasive ventilation
  • 23:40 Proning patients for hypoxemia
  • 29:15 ARDS basics: diagnostic criteria, Brief Recap
  • 33:22 Mechanical ventilation: Initial settings, following the blood gas
  • 40:55 Peak and plateau pressure, Lung compliance and  Troubleshooting a high pressures
  • 51:30 Ventilator dyssynchrony; Lung compliance and traditional ARDS vs COVID-19 lungs
  • 62:55 Advanced ARDS – The 5 Ps of therapy and differences with COVID-19
  • 68:10 Take home points; Plugs; Outro

Here is the link to the show notes to review again.

 

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