Optimise don’t compromise, peri-intubation physiology – Todd Rice
Crystalloids and colloids used in critically ill patients have different fluid composition. The composition may affect many things, including response to administration, clinical outcomes, and adverse effects. This talk with discuss the evidence behind the different types of fluids in critically ill patients, including a discussion of pros and cons of each fluid type.The session will be an interactive discussion led by investigators who have conducted randomized trials of different types of intravenous fluids.
Todd Rice is an Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Allergy, Pulmonary, and Critical Care Medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.I provide clinical care for critically ill patients in the medical ICU and conduct clinical research in critically ill patients. Co-chair of the Learning Healthcare System at Vanderbilt where we “Learn What We Do and Do What We Learn.”
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- The first event will be in Melbourne 28.10.19 – 02.10.19
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