Viral zoonotic infection that causes a rash similar to smallpox. Symptomatic infection involves a febrile illness followed by an evolving rash lasting 2-4 weeks
Targeted temperature management (TTM) refers to strict temperature control following out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA). Current evidence = Normothermia and actively treat fevers.
Normally, urine is some shade of yellow with acid urine usually a darker colour than alkaline urine. Pathologically, it may be any colour.
SCAD -- an underrecognised cause of ACS in the "low risk" young female patient. Management differs to atherosclerotic MI, with conservative therapy the mainstay.
The electrolyte composition of Hartmann’s solution (1932) is similar to Ringer's solution (1882) first formulated to maintain cellular function
Serotonin syndrome results from drug-induced over-stimulation of serotonin receptors in the CNS and is characterized by a triad of CNS dysfunction, autonomic disturbance and neuromuscular effects; aka serotonin toxicity
Perimortem Caesarean section
Abnormal vaginal bleeding in the non-pregnant patient. Assessment, DDX and Management. Critical Care Compendium
Caspofungin pharmacology - Critical Care Compendium
Voriconazole pharmacology - Critical Care Compendium
Fluconazole pharmacology - Critical Care Compendium
Fungi and Anti-fungal Agents - Critical Care Compendium