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I am speaking of DOWN-titrating PEEP (not explicitly stated in orig tweet - sorry). See image. The lower PEEPs show greater RV output, less variation. PEEP 12 or 14 better hemodynamically than PEEP 20 (from the PEEP table). We chose PEEP 14 here. pic.twitter.com/5WPOKfDeYk— Robert Arntfield (@arntfield) February 4, 2018
Thoughts on teaching ME AAo SAX view in your courses along with the 4 other bases, @arntfield @FTeranmd ? Easy to obtain from ME4C and would pick up saddle PE in cardiac arrest. Seems logical to add to #ResTEE armamentarium #FOAMed #FOAMus #POCUS pic.twitter.com/qooCXq7Tqt— Stephen Alerhand (@SAlerhand) February 1, 2018
.sequential protocol for resuscitative TEE? = great poster for your resus bay— Felipe Teran (@FTeranmd) February 1, 2018
we are hanging this one in our Resuscitation Critical Care Unit @UPennEM check out https://t.co/mYKOIPqoKJ for evidence, lectures, articles, learning resources and more#FOAMed #FOAMcc #ResTEE pic.twitter.com/DmqSDRGeVy
Transesophageal lung ultrasound (TELUS) : the power of lung ultrasound with the reliability and image quality of TEE. A growing application in our ICU. @haileyahobbs great slides from today’s UltraRounds. HT Andre Denault for describing the technique. pic.twitter.com/c8T8Esnrrm— Robert Arntfield (@arntfield) January 15, 2018
No concerns from me either, have done successfully multiple times (@sinaiemus + @UPennEM) quick identification > quick reinitiatiation of CPR > defibrillation— Felipe Teran (@FTeranmd) December 14, 2017
also, in that letter where concern is brought up, the cited ref is Blaivas 2008 study (🤔)#ResTEE #FOAMus pic.twitter.com/4woSP7u675