SECOND VASOPRESSOR CHOICE FOR PATIENTS WITH REFRACTORY SEPTIC SHOCK ON NOREPINEPHRINE IN THE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT

Tweet In septic shock patients requiring multiple vasopressors, hemoglobin, total fluids at 48 and 96 hours have significant effect on outcome. Dobutamine or dopamine may be the preferred second vasopressor when norepinephrine alone is inadequate. A prospective randomized trial examining the choice of second vasopressor is needed….link here

International evidence-based recommendations for point-of-care lung ultrasound

Tweet This document reflects the overall results of the first consensus conference on “point of care” ultrasound. Statements were discussed and elaborated by experts who published the vast majority of papers on clinical use of lung ultrasound in the last 20 years. Recommendations were produced to guide implementation, development and standardisation of lung ultrasound in all relevant settings. Link Here…