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The Elective Rotation - the number 1 ranked Hospital Pharmacy podcast - is created for YOU Pharmacy Nation! If you are a Pharmacy Student, Resident, Pharmacist, Nurse, Physician, or Critical Care Practitioner in a hospital, intensive care unit (ICU) or emergency department looking to improve your practice, The Elective Rotation delivers unbiased critical care and hospital pharmacy content from a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist. Episodes are published every Monday and Thursday at 3AM EST. Find the show notes at pharmacyjoe.com.

The Elective Rotation - the number 1 ranked Hospital Pharmacy podcast - is created for YOU Pharmacy Nation! If you are a Pharmacy Student, Resident, Pharmacist, Nurse, Physician, or Critical Care Practitioner in a hospital, intensive care unit (ICU) or emergency department looking to improve your practice, The Elective Rotation delivers unbiased critical care and hospital pharmacy content from a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist. Episodes are published every Monday and Thursday at 3AM EST. Find the show notes at pharmacyjoe.com.
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The Elective Rotation - the number 1 ranked Hospital Pharmacy podcast - is created for YOU Pharmacy Nation! If you are a Pharmacy Student, Resident, Pharmacist, Nurse, Physician, or Critical Care Practitioner in a hospital, intensive care unit (ICU) or emergency department looking to improve your practice, The Elective Rotation delivers unbiased critical care and hospital pharmacy content from a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist. Episodes are published every Monday and Thursday at 3AM EST. Find the show notes at pharmacyjoe.com.

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Episodes

348: De-escalating anti-MRSA therapy in culture-negative nosocomial pneumonia, should low serum calcium be replaced by protocol in the ICU, and a tip for responding to inpatient medical emergencies

11/19/2018
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode348. In this episode I ll: 1. Discuss an article about de-escalating anti-MRSA therapy in culture-negative nosocomial pneumonia. 2. Answer the drug information question “Should low serum calcium be replaced by protocol in the ICU?” 3. Share a tip for responding to inpatient medical emergencies. The post 348: De-escalating anti-MRSA therapy in culture-negative nosocomial pneumonia, should low serum calcium be replaced by protocol in the ICU, and a tip for...

Duration:00:08:12

347: Medication-related causes of green urine

11/15/2018
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode347. In this episode, I ll discuss medication-related causes of green urine. The post 347: Medication-related causes of green urine appeared first on Critical Care Resources by Pharmacy Joe.

Duration:00:01:21

346: Medication-related causes of elevated serum lactate

11/12/2018
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode346. In this episode, I ll discuss medication-related causes of elevated serum lactate. The post 346: Medication-related causes of elevated serum lactate appeared first on Critical Care Resources by Pharmacy Joe.

Duration:00:05:39

345: Does double anaerobic coverage ever make sense?

11/8/2018
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode345. In this episode, I ll discuss when double anaerobic coverage makes sense. The post 345: Does double anaerobic coverage ever make sense? appeared first on Critical Care Resources by Pharmacy Joe.

Duration:00:01:40

344: Inhaled tranexamic acid for hemoptysis, milrinone in CRRT, and a tip for responding to inpatient medical emergencies

11/5/2018
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode344. In this episode I ll: 1. Discuss an article about inhaled tranexamic acid for hemoptysis. 2. Answer the drug information question Can milrinone be used in patients on CRRT?” 3. Share a tip for responding to inpatient medical emergencies. The post 344: Inhaled tranexamic acid for hemoptysis, milrinone in CRRT, and a tip for responding to inpatient medical emergencies appeared first on Critical Care Resources by Pharmacy Joe.

Duration:00:06:20

343: What to expect when calling poison control to discuss a toxicology case

11/1/2018
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode343. In this episode, I ll discuss what to expect when calling poison control to discuss a toxicology case. The post 343: What to expect when calling poison control to discuss a toxicology case appeared first on Critical Care Resources by Pharmacy Joe.

Duration:00:01:30

342: Three drug interactions every critical care pharmacist should know how to manage

10/29/2018
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode342. In this episode, I’ll discuss three drug interactions every critical care pharmacist should know how to manage: 1. Linezolid and fentanyl (serotonin syndrome) 2. Metoclopramide and olanzapine (neuroleptic malignant syndrome) 3. Levofloxacin and sotalol (torsades) The post 342: Three drug interactions every critical care pharmacist should know how to manage appeared first on Critical Care Resources by Pharmacy Joe.

Duration:00:07:08

341: Why is the maximum dose of IV labetatol 300 mg?

10/25/2018
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode341. In this episode, I ll discuss why the maximum dose of IV labetatol is 300 mg. The post 341: Why is the maximum dose of IV labetatol 300 mg? appeared first on Critical Care Resources by Pharmacy Joe.

Duration:00:01:40

340: Can piperacillin-tazobactam be used in ESBL, adjunctive dexamethasone in bacterial meningitis, and a tip for responding to inpatient medical emergencies

10/22/2018
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode340. In this episode I ll: 1. Discuss an article about using piperacillin-tazobactam in ESBL infection. 2. Answer the drug information question “Should adjunctive dexamethasone be given to adults with bacterial meningitis if they have already received at least 1 dose of antibiotics?” 3. Share a tip for responding to inpatient medical emergencies. The post 340: Can piperacillin-tazobactam be used in ESBL, adjunctive dexamethasone in bacterial meningitis,...

Duration:00:06:25

339: Cyproheptadine in mild to moderate serotonin syndrome

10/18/2018
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In this episode, I ll discuss using cyproheptadine in mild to moderate serotonin syndrome. Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode339. The post 339: Cyproheptadine in mild to moderate serotonin syndrome appeared first on Critical Care Resources by Pharmacy Joe.

Duration:00:01:42

338: The role of proactive desmopressin in the treatment of severe hyponatremia

10/15/2018
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode338. In this episode, I’ll discuss the role of proactive desmopressin in the treatment of severe hyponatremia. The post 338: The role of proactive desmopressin in the treatment of severe hyponatremia appeared first on Critical Care Resources by Pharmacy Joe.

Duration:00:04:12

337: Determining the electricity dose on the peripheral nerve stimulator

10/11/2018
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode337. In this episode, I ll discuss how to determine the electricity dose on the peripheral nerve stimulator. The post 337: Determining the electricity dose on the peripheral nerve stimulator appeared first on Critical Care Resources by Pharmacy Joe.

Duration:00:01:31

336: Comparison of two lidocaine administration techniques on perceived pain from bedside procedures, can vasopressors be given via the intraosseous route, and a tip for responding to inpatient medical emergencies

10/8/2018
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode336. In this episode I ll: 1. Discuss an article comparing two lidocaine administration techniques. 2. Answer the drug information question “Can vasopressors be given via the intraosseous route?” 3. Share a tip for responding to inpatient medical emergencies. The post 336: Comparison of two lidocaine administration techniques on perceived pain from bedside procedures, can vasopressors be given via the intraosseous route, and a tip for responding to...

Duration:00:05:22

Episode 335: What can you do when the analgesic effect of an opioid does not last the entire dosing interval?

10/4/2018
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode335. In this episode, I ll discuss what you can do when the analgesic effect of an opioid does not last the entire dosing interval. The post Episode 335: What can you do when the analgesic effect of an opioid does not last the entire dosing interval? appeared first on Critical Care Resources by Pharmacy Joe.

Duration:00:01:30

334: How to Manage Pain from Wound VAC Dressing Changes

10/1/2018
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode334. In this episode, I ll discuss how to manage pain associated with wound VAC dressing changes. The post 334: How to Manage Pain from Wound VAC Dressing Changes appeared first on Critical Care Resources by Pharmacy Joe.

Duration:00:04:06

333: Why is hematochezia especially concerning in patients with upper GI bleeding?

9/27/2018
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode333. In this episode, I ll discuss why hematochezia is especially concerning in patients with upper GI bleeding. The post 333: Why is hematochezia especially concerning in patients with upper GI bleeding? appeared first on Critical Care Resources by Pharmacy Joe.

Duration:00:01:28

332: How to predict oversedation in hospitalized patients, nitroglycerin for hepatic artery spasm in the interventional radiology suite, and a tip for responding to medical emergencies

9/24/2018
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode332. In this episode I ll: 1. Discuss an article about oversedation in hospitalized patients. 2. Answer the drug information question Can nitroglycerin be given for hepatic artery spasm in the interventional radiology suite?” 3. Share a tip for responding to medical emergencies. The post 332: How to predict oversedation in hospitalized patients, nitroglycerin for hepatic artery spasm in the interventional radiology suite, and a tip for responding to...

Duration:00:06:04

331: The first thing I tell PGY-1 residents and APPE students on rotation with me

9/20/2018
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode331. In this episode, I’ll discuss the first thing I tell PGY-1 residents and APPE students on rotation with me. The post 331: The first thing I tell PGY-1 residents and APPE students on rotation with me appeared first on Critical Care Resources by Pharmacy Joe.

Duration:00:01:33

330: Beware of using propofol for “moderate” sedation in the ED

9/17/2018
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode330. In this episode, I ll discuss an article about propofol and moderate vs deep sedation. The post 330: Beware of using propofol for “moderate” sedation in the ED appeared first on Critical Care Resources by Pharmacy Joe.

Duration:00:06:09

329: Can buprenorphine be used in opioid overdose?

9/13/2018
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Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode329. In this episode, I’ll discuss a case report of using buprenorphine in opioid overdose. The post 329: Can buprenorphine be used in opioid overdose? appeared first on Critical Care Resources by Pharmacy Joe.

Duration:00:01:36