• Ashish Khanna

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    Associate Professor, Section Head for Research Department of Anesthesiology, Section on Critical Care Medicine Wake Forest School of Medicine, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center —  Winston-Salem, North Carolina
    Outcomes Research Consortium —  Cleveland, OH

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  •  Fredrik Olsen, MD PhD

    Monitoring Postoperative Hypotension – A Futuristic Look at Patient Sa

    • 17/02/2022

    Post-operative hypotension is a frequent occurrence that is unrecognised with intermittent spot checks based monitoring in most hospital ward patients. Myocardial injury is strongly associated with hypotension in this period of recovery from surgery. Upgrading ward monitoring to portable, smart, and continuous systems with effective alarm management and efficient response systems is the need of the...

  • Dr Kunal Karamchandani

    Airway Management in Critically Ill Patients – Striving to Improve Out

    • 24/06/2021

    Tracheal intubation in critically ill patients requires planning, preparation and optimisation of patient’s physiology prior to the procedure. Reducing repeated attempts at tracheal intubation, improving peri-intubation oxygenation, and haemodynamic optimisation, are some of the steps that can reduce the antecedent morbidity and mortality.  Introduction Airway management including...

  • Prof. Ashish Khanna, MD, FCCP, FCCM

    Cardiorespiratory Compromise in the Perioperative Environment - Predic

    • 22/02/2021

    Perioperative cardiorespiratory compromise is common and goes largely undetected. Predictive cardiorespiratory indices can help in early detection of harmful deviations and guide preemptive treatment. Using continuous cardiorespiratory monitoring coupled with these tools, we now know which patients are likely to decompensate both within and outside the operating room.  There is a tremendous...

  • Dr. Frederic Michard, MD, PhD

    Continuous Monitoring Beyond the ICU - The Rise of Mobile Solutions

    • 24/11/2020

    Post-ICU patients are at high-risk of clinical deterioration. Continuous and mobile monitoring on hospital wards is useful to detect clinical deterioration at an early stage. It may help to prevent serious adverse events and ICU readmission. M ost patients discharged from ICUs are old and have co-morbidities. Even when they are young and were healthy before ICU admission, the days or...

  • Dr Nate Cutler, MD

    Angiotensin II in Post Cardiopulmonary Bypass Vasoplegia - The Experie

    • 14/09/2020

    Post cardiopulmonary bypass vasoplegia is common, and associated with poor outcomes. Traditional management strategies involving escalating doses of catecholamines, vasopressin and adjuncts such as methylene blue and hydroxycobalamin or ascorbic acid have not shown promising results. Since ACE enzyme dysfunction, high serum renin and low endogenous angiotensin II may be a common problem in these...


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