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An educational podcast presenting practical critical care scenarios. By Brandon Oto, PA-C and Bryan Boling, ACNP. New episodes weekly.

An educational podcast presenting practical critical care scenarios. By Brandon Oto, PA-C and Bryan Boling, ACNP. New episodes weekly.

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United States

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An educational podcast presenting practical critical care scenarios. By Brandon Oto, PA-C and Bryan Boling, ACNP. New episodes weekly.

Language:

English


Episodes

TIRBO #9: Some quotes about why

5/15/2022
A selection of lesser-known quotes relevant to the practice of medicine.

Duration:00:16:03

Lightning rounds #15: Night shifts

5/8/2022
Bryan and Brand talk about night shifts, how to handle them, managing the disruption of your circadian rhythm, and more. For 20% off the upcoming Resuscitative TEE courses (through July 23, 2022), listen to the show for a promo code for CCS listeners!

Duration:00:40:06

TIRBO #8: What does skin really tell you about hemodynamics?

5/1/2022
The relationship between skin warmth and color, cardiac output, and systemic vascular resistance. For 20% off the upcoming Resuscitative TEE courses (through July 23, 2022), listen to the show for a promo code for CCS listeners!

Duration:00:03:13

Episode 46: Neurologic catastrophe and brain death with Casey Albin

4/24/2022
We review a case of massive intraparenchymal hemorrhage progressing to brain death, including the process of brain death testing and declaration, with Dr. Casey Albin (@CaseyAlbin), neurologist and neurointensivist, assistant professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery at Emory and part of the NeuroEmcrit team. For 20% off the upcoming Resuscitative TEE courses (through July 23, 2022), … Continue reading "Episode 46: Neurologic catastrophe and brain death with Casey Albin"

Duration:01:10:29

TIRBO #7: Selecting vasopressors

4/17/2022
A practical approach to choosing and escalating vasopressors for patients in shock.

Duration:00:11:47

Lightning rounds #14: Abdominal compartment syndrome

4/10/2022
Brandon and Bryan discuss a practical approach to abdominal compartment syndrome: when to suspect it, confirming the diagnosis with bladder pressure or other monitoring, management, and prognosis. Sorry for the audio on this one!

Duration:00:28:57

TIRBO #6: The many varieties of subclavian line

4/3/2022
Reviewing the different approaches to placing central venous catheters in the subclavian vein.

Duration:00:15:54

Episode 45: Amniotic fluid embolism with Stephanie Martin

3/27/2022
We discuss the clinical presentation and management of AFE with guests Dr. Stephanie Martin (Twitter: @OBCriticalCare, Instagram: @criticalcareob), medical director for Clinical Concepts in Obstetrics and a Maternal Fetal Medicine specialist in Scottsdale, Arizona with expertise in critical care obstetrics. She is also co-host of the Critical Care Obstetrics podcast. We’re also joined for a … Continue reading "Episode 45: Amniotic fluid embolism with Stephanie Martin"

Duration:00:47:23

Episode 44: Physical therapy with Heidi Engel

3/20/2022
A look at rehabilitation and mobility in the critically ill, from the perspective of our skilled therapists—with Heidi Engel, PT, DPT of UC San Francisco, long-term provider of acute care therapy, researcher in ICU rehabilitation, and founding member of the SCCM’s ICU Liberation program. Takeaway lessons Tolerance of pressure support ventilation is often a good … Continue reading "Episode 44: Physical therapy with Heidi Engel"

Duration:01:08:59

TIRBO #5: Tracheoinnominate fistulas

3/13/2022
A quick review of tracheoinnominate fistulas: how they happen, what they look like, and most importantly, what you’ll need to do.

Duration:00:09:52

Lightning rounds #13: What’s the deal with nurses?

3/6/2022
Brandon and Bryan reflect on the qualities that define good and bad ICU nurses, the challenges they face, and how APPs and physicians can enable them to be their best.

Duration:00:53:39

TIRBO #4: Hope

2/27/2022
Why an assumption in your training should be to call for assistance, but expect it will never arrive. Plan to manage problems yourself. Let help surprise you—otherwise hope becomes your plan.

Duration:00:10:41

Episode 43: Resuscitative TEE with Felipe Teran

2/20/2022
The hows, whys, logistics, and applications of focused, bedside transesophageal echocardiography performed by critical care and EM providers, with Felipe Teran, assistant professor of emergency medicine at Weill Cornell and director of the Resuscitative TEE Project. Takeaway lessons As a rule, resuscitative TEE is performed in patients with a secured airway. TEE views are not … Continue reading "Episode 43: Resuscitative TEE with Felipe Teran"

Duration:00:56:20

TIRBO #3: Weaning vs Titration

2/14/2022
When do interventions need to be “weaned”? Stop using this word when you don’t mean it! Titrate, target to effect, but only wean when there is a physiologic dependence.

Duration:00:09:06

Lightning rounds #12: Co-managing patients in a surgical ICU

2/6/2022
Brandon and Bryan talk about the practicalities of communication, collaboration, and compromise in a surgical ICU, when the surgical and critical care teams are both involved, one is the “primary” team on paper, but everyone needs to be heard.

Duration:00:37:09

TIRBO #2: Procedural handedness

2/2/2022
When should you place a line or perform other procedures using your left (or non-dominant) hand? Brandon reflects on a few situations.

Duration:00:09:03

TIRBO #1: Toughness

1/27/2022
The first episode of Brandon’s intermittent solo rants, in this case discussing toughness, stress tolerance, and flexibility in clinical medicine.

Duration:00:20:11

Episode 42: Clinical pharmacists with Laura Means Ebbitt

1/23/2022
An overview of the role and contributions of a clinical pharmacist in the ICU, with Laura Means Ebbitt of the University of Kentucky, a clinical pharmacist specializing in colorectal/ENT surgery and critical care. Takeaway lessons A clinical pharmacist is a “knowledge pharmacist,” dispensing advice rather than medications. They round with the team to review meds … Continue reading "Episode 42: Clinical pharmacists with Laura Means Ebbitt"

Duration:00:50:14

Lightning rounds #11: Reflections on two years of the podcast

1/9/2022
Bryan and Brandon look back on the two-year anniversary of the show and reflect on where it’s been, where it’s going, lessons learned, and other deep thoughts.

Duration:00:39:30

Episode 41: Preventing and managing complications (part 2) with Matt Siuba

12/26/2021
Part two of our discussion with fan favorite Matt Siuba (@msiuba), Cleveland Clinic intensivist, on complications in critical care and how to prevent and manage them. Today we focus on respiratory failure after extubation, and unintentional self-extubation. Takeaway lessons When considering extubation of borderline patients, extubating to high flow nasal cannula or CPAP/BiPAP is often a good … Continue reading "Episode 41: Preventing and managing complications (part 2) with Matt Siuba"

Duration:00:55:34