Patwari Academy videos: Neonatal Resuscitation

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What is your approach to neonatal resuscitation… that is, after you pause a millisecond to first take a deep breath. Stay calm in this always stressful scenario. Dr. Rahul Patwari goes over the basics from the 2010  Circulation publication on Neonatal Resuscitation (free PDF). What should you be thinking of and doing in the first “golden minute”?

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By |2019-01-28T21:58:43-08:00Jul 14, 2013|Patwari Videos, Pediatrics|

Patwari Academy videos: The Crashing Neonate

Screen Shot 2013-07-02 at 4.50.44 PMIn this series of videos, Dr. Rahul Patwari reviews the approach to the crashing neonate. Because these cases are often stressful, it is paramount to keep in mind a broad list of potential causes, such as “THE MISFITS” mnemonic:

  • T rauma/abuse
  • H eart disease
  • E ndocrine (CAH, hyperthyroid)
  • M etabolic (hypoglycemia, hyponatremia)
  • I nborn errors
  • S epsis
  • F ormula mishaps
  • I ntestinal catastrophes
  • T oxins (home remedies)
  • S eizures

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By |2019-01-28T21:58:31-08:00Jul 7, 2013|Patwari Videos, Pediatrics|

Patwari Academy videos: Anticoagulation and reversal agents

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Bleeding in general is bad. Bleeding while on anticoagulants is VERY bad. Dr. Rahul Patwari reviews the pathophysiology of coagulation, the various reversal agents, and treatment approaches we can use. In this five-part series where all videos are less than 10 minutes, Rahul goes from the basic physiology of coagulation all the way to the complex reasoning and approaches to reversing anticoagulants. These are worth a quick look and review.

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