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26-10-2015

A Guide to Guideline Errors

Category: Consolidating Knowledge

In this Crit-IQ podcast Dr James Doyle and Dr Monica Minardi collaborate to interview Dr Primiano Iannone, an expert in the field of evidenced based medicine and clinical governance. The issue of flawwed redomendations, how to recognise them along with why and how oftern they occur is covered.

Duration - 28:11 mins

  • Starting out in ICU

    20-04-2014
    Cross Reaction - Anaphylaxis in ICU

    Dr Craig Ellis is an emergency physician and deputy medical director of St John Ambulance in New Zealand. He joins Todd on today's podcast to review the latest in the management of anaphylaxis.

    Duration - 29:45 mins



    29-09-2013
    A drop in the ocean

    Intravenous fluid administration is the most commonly prescribed therapy in intensive care, but how much do we know about it? Todd chats to fluids researcher Dr Ian Seppelt from Nepean Hospital Sydney to find out what we know, and what we don't.

    Duration - 35:18 mins



    18-06-2012
    Full to the brim - Feeding in the Critically Ill

    Marianne Chapman joins the podcast to discuss the why's and wherefore's of enteral feeding in critically ill patients. Listen here to her thoughts on when to start, what goals to set and how to attain them.

    Duration - 27:30 mins



    15-01-2012
    TPN - Getting it right

    Nutritional support for the critically ill patient is an essential function of the ICU. Associate Professor Andrew Davies shares his expert knowledge of Total Parenteral Nutrition - when to start, what to add and how much to give.

    Duration - 16:32 mins



    14-12-2011
    Things I can do with my fellowship : Prehospital Care

    Dr Matt Hooper has trained and worked extensively in

    Duration - 22:10 mins



  • Consolidating Knowledge

    13-01-2014
    Fabulous FEAST

    In this, our first podcast of 2014, we have great pride in presenting our interview with Dr Kath Maitland from Kalifi in Kenya. Kath, the principle author of the famous FEAST trial, describes the lead up to the study and her interpretation of the results

    Duration - 29:59 mins



    15-12-2013
    Going cold on cooling

    The role of therapeutic hypothermia has once again been thrust into the spotlight with the release of the multinational Targeted Temperature Management Trial. Todd chats to Niklas Nielsen, chief investigator of the trial, for his perspective.

    Duration - 21:42 mins



    01-12-2013
    Saline-induced acidosis

    John Kellum is a professor of critical care medicine from the university of Pittsburgh and he joins Todd to talk about saline, acidosis and the virtues of balanced resuscitation fluids.

    Duration - 20:57 mins



    14-10-2012
    Consequences of critical illness : VAP in the modern ICU

    Ventilator associated pneumonia is a common consequence of critical illness. Royal Brisbane's Professor Robert Boots shares his views on VAP and its prevention.

    Duration - 41:45 mins



    30-09-2012
    Time to ARISE - testing times for Sepsis Management

    A/P Sandy Peake, Principle Investigator for the ARISE study on Early Goal Directed Therapy in Sepsis chats to Crit-IQ's Sacha Richardson on current Sepsis management.

    Duration - 16:14 mins



  • Stretching Boundaries

    18-07-2015
    ANZICS EOL

    In this weeks podcast we have Ms Sharyn Milnes, a clinical ethicist with the Deakin University School of Medicine, and Assoc Prof Bill Silvester, the Director of the Respecting Patient Choices Program, discussing the ANZICS Statement on Care and Decision Making at the End-of-Life for the Critically Ill.

    Duration - 33:41 mins



    20-01-2015
    Exertional Heat Stroke; A New Perspective

    In our first podcast for 2015 Dr James Doyle chats to Dr Ed Walter on various aspects of exertional heat stroke, an emerging phenomenon with the ever more increasing popularity of the extreme athlete

    Duration - 31:00 mins



    05-05-2014
    Advanced Critical Care Practitioners - Coming to an ICU near you...

    The concept of upskilling experienced ICU nursing staff to take on many of the roles of middle tier medical staff in critical care units is a new approach to improving standards of care. In this podcast, Carole Boulanger joins Todd to share her experiences in this role.

    Duration - 26:22 mins



    23-02-2014
    Is this the end of starch?

    Principle investigator of the Scandinavian 6S trial of starch in sepsis chats to Todd about our current understanding of starch based fluids and his thoughts on their future.

    Duration - 22:18 mins



    20-10-2013
    The Chloride Problem

    A concentrated research program on resuscitation fluids has hinted that high chloride fluids may in fact cause harm. Dr Rinaldo Bellomo is at the forefront of this research and joins Todd to discuss this important side effect.

    Duration - 15:55 mins



Title Interviewee Category Date Play / Download
Acute Pain in ICU Part 2 Dr Myles Conroy Starting out in ICU 05-12-2011 Please Login...
Managing acute pain in ICU - are you doing it well? Dr Myles Conroy Starting out in ICU 28-11-2011 Please Login...
Making the jump - learning to be a consultant Kim Vidhani Consolidating Knowledge 23-09-2012 Please Login...
Getting it right the first time - Exam Preparation Patsy Tremayne Consolidating Knowledge 16-07-2012 Please Login...
No time to wait - Massive Transfusion Dr Anthony Holley Consolidating Knowledge 25-06-2012 Please Login...
Stoking the fire - Inotropes in ICU Dr John Myburgh Consolidating Knowledge 15-05-2012 Please Login...
NAVA - Is it the gold standard for synchonised ventilation? Andreas Schibler Consolidating Knowledge 01-02-2012 Please Login...
Steroids for septic shock in 2011 Dr Jeremy Cohen Consolidating Knowledge 28-11-2011 Please Login...
Sedation in ICU - a new paradigm Dr Michael Reade Consolidating Knowledge 24-05-2011 Please Login...
Decontaminating the gut - how much more evidence do we need? Dr Todd Fraser Stretching Boundaries 12-08-2013 Please Login...
Double Trouble - obstetric emergencies in Critical Care Professor Stephen Lapinsky Stretching Boundaries 29-07-2013 Please Login...
Slow road to recovery - ICU follow-up clinics Dr Todd Fraser Stretching Boundaries 30-06-2013 Please Login...
A little bit goes a long way - Oxygen in critical illness Mike Grocott Stretching Boundaries 13-05-2013 Please Login...
The basis of it all - evolutionary biology in the ICU Dr James Morgan Stretching Boundaries 14-04-2013 Please Login...
Standing By - watching a loved one endure ICU Clive Mathieson Stretching Boundaries 25-03-2013 Please Login...
Donation after cardiac death Dale Gardiner Stretching Boundaries 18-03-2013 Please Login...
So who's bed is it anyway? Cirrhosis in the ICU James O'Beirne Stretching Boundaries 24-02-2013 Please Login...
ICU's foundation - the origin, present and future of ICU Malcolm Fisher Stretching Boundaries 18-02-2013 Please Login...
Lipid Sink or Lipid Swim? Dr Grant Cave Stretching Boundaries 21-01-2013 Please Login...
Protecting the lung - ventilation in ARDS Professor David Tuxen Stretching Boundaries 29-10-2012 Please Login...
CLABSI - new recommendations Dr John Gowardman Stretching Boundaries 10-09-2012 Please Login...
CEWT - picking the deteriorating paediatric patient Dr Shona Mair Stretching Boundaries 13-08-2012 Please Login...
A change of pace : The Ageing Intensivist Dr George Skowronski Stretching Boundaries 21-05-2012 Please Login...
Not enough of a good thing : Antibiotic dosing in ICU Dr Jason Roberts Stretching Boundaries 30-04-2012 Please Login...
Every Drop Counts - Blood Transfusion in ICU Dr Craig French Stretching Boundaries 16-04-2012 Please Login...
No room at the Inn - emergency department overcrowding Prof Peter Cameron Stretching Boundaries 02-04-2012 Please Login...
To sleep, perchance to dream. Aye, there's the rub Roz Elliott Stretching Boundaries 19-03-2012 Please Login...
The ethical fabric of ICU Sharyn Milnes Stretching Boundaries 05-02-2012 Please Login...
Bone of contention - measuring endpoints in ICU Dr Neil Orford Stretching Boundaries 28-11-2011 Please Login...
Don't be caught with your pants down : Clinical Debriefing Marcus Watson Stretching Boundaries 14-11-2011 Please Login...
Have expectations been MET? A focus on hospital rapid response teams Dr Daryl Jones Stretching Boundaries 19-09-2011 Please Login...
Prepare for the worst, hope for the best Dr Brent Richards Stretching Boundaries 29-08-2011 Please Login...
Beyond the Brisbane Line Michael Corkeron Stretching Boundaries 31-07-2011 Please Login...
Time to move : Rehabilitation in the ICU Sue Berney Stretching Boundaries 31-07-2011 Please Login...
ICU in the heart of Australia Penny Stewart Stretching Boundaries 11-07-2011 Please Login...
On death and dying - discussing end of life in ICU Charlie Corke Stretching Boundaries 20-06-2011 Please Login...