Acid-Base Library: Blood gas analysis and interpretation
Levetiracetam (keppra) is a drug used as an anticonvulsant as monotherapy, or an adjunct, and as a Tier 2 agent in status epilepticus.
Desmopressin (DDAVP) is a drug used primarily for diabetes insipidus, haemophilia type A, and von Willebrand's disease.
Medmastery: Thyroid Disease Masterclass course, with a video explaining the difference between T3 and T4 and where iodine fits in.
Clevidipine is a drug used as an infusion for severe hypertension or patients who require narrow blood pressure parameters.
August Schack Steenberg Krogh (1874-1949) was a Danish physiologist and Nobel laureate who developed multiple apparatus that bear his name
When the urine is red and free of haem pigments (e.g. erythroctyes, haemoglobin or myoglobin), then the urine may be discoloured and described as 'raspberry', or 'cherry-red'
Green urine is a rare and benign side effect of propofol administration, and while often described in patients on prolonged propofol infusions
Purple urine bag syndrome (PUBS) is a rare but usually benign condition which causes the urinary catheter and bag to be stained purple.
Normally, urine is some shade of yellow with acid urine usually a darker colour than alkaline urine. Pathologically, it may be any colour.
Caspofungin pharmacology - Critical Care Compendium
Voriconazole pharmacology - Critical Care Compendium