Tag Archives: Pharmacology

Jean-Jacques Rouby: Nebulized Antibiotics for VAP

Nebulized Antibiotics for VAP

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Helen Galley: Melatonin as a Potential Therapy in Sepsis

Melatonin as a Potential Therapy in Sepsis

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Joe Lex: Anti-Platelet Agents and Anticoagulants

Anti-Platelet Agents and Anticoagulants

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John Orton: Propofol

Propofol

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Prof Jean-Louis Vincent (Belgium): Vasoactive Drugs in the ICU

Vasoactive Drugs in the ICU

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Phil Levy: Medications for Regulation of Blood Pressure in Cardiac Emergencies

Medications for Regulation of Blood Pressure in Cardiac Emergencies

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Adam Singer: Updates in Anticoagulant and Antiplatelet Agents

Update on Anticoagulant and Antiplatelet Agents

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Phil Levy: Role of Vasodilators in Acute Decompensated Heart Failure

Role of Vasodilators in Acute Decompensated Heart Failure

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Michael Abernethy: Analgesia and Sedation in Acute Trauma

Analgesia and Sedation in Acute Trauma

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Anthony Crocco: Appropriate Use of Tests and Antibiotics in Paediatrics

Appropriate Use of Tests and Antibiotics in Paediatrics

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Joe Lex: There Will Be Blood – There Trauma Patient Taking an Anticoagulant

There Will Be Blood – Trauma Patients on Anticoagulants

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Sergey Motov: Ketamine for Pain Control in the ER

Ketamine for Everything

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Jennifer Walthall: Tips & Tricks for Pediatric Sedation

Tips and Tricks for Pediatric Sedation

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Jason Wagner: Updates in Pharmacology & Devices

Updates in Pharmacology & Devices

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Scott Goldstein: From the Field to the ED – The Agitated Patient

From the Field to the ED – The Agitated Patient

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