Sam and I ran into Brendan Riordan (@concernecus) at Camp ECHO a few months ago in West Virginia. We had a fantastic conversation out in the lobby of the conference center on all the right ventricle! In this podcast we address questions like:
How can we differentiate sepsis from pulmonary embolism (PE)?
Does a dilated RV in arrest always mean PE? (I know I'll charge my phone!)
Does extrinsic application of PEEP reflect in CVP?
What cardiac drug did Brendan name his cat after?
All this and more in podcast 80,
"Right Ventricularly Speaking"
Fantastic Article All Things RV!
https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/full/10.1161/CIR.0000000000000560
Original author: FOAMfrat Team
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Feel The Seal
Episode 55: It's the Brain Zaps!!

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