Pulmonology and Critical Care: Nicholas James, DO

I really care about my patients. As I was going through college and learning about biology I really was fascinated by human– human anatomy and disease states and I think that medicine affords the ability to really delve into that and translate that knowledge into helping patients get better. Some of the most common conditions…

Hyperkalemia – Quick workup & treatment

Hi all, Jessica here, and welcome to CritIC. In this video we’ll go through not only the workup, but we’ll focus a bit more on the treatment of hyperkalemia. Let’s go, shall we? There are a couple of statements I made in previous videos on potassium that are helpful in remembering the workup to hyperkalemia:…

Vasopressors and Vitamin C in Sepsis Explained Clearly

welcome to another MedCram lecture we’re going to talk about vasopressin and some exciting new information about vasopressin so what our vasopressors vasopressors are substances that we put into people’s bodies because their blood pressure is too low the use of vasopressin be complex and if you want more information and a more pathophysiological basis…