We rejoin Brandon Oto and Tyler Christifulli for another episode of ICU Perspectives. We’ll talk about just what is stable enough for transport and many other patient care considerations. Be sure to check out Part 1 of the ICU Perspectives over at the Lifestar Podcast as well!
Rapid-fire opinions on:
- How stable is stable enough for transfer?
- Sufficient Vascular Access
- Patient positioning (supine, head-up, prone)
- Tube securement
Your approach if your patient suddenly develops…
- A-fib with RVR
- Agitation/vent dyssynchrony
- Hypoxia (on the vent)
- Tyler Christifulli – Lifestar EMS Podcast
- Brandon Oto – Critical Concepts
- Fuller, B. M., Ferguson, I. T., Mohr, N. M., Drewry, A. M., Palmer, C., Wessman, B. T., . . . Kollef, M. H. (2017). Lung-Protective Ventilation Initiated in the Emergency Department (LOV-ED): A Quasi-Experimental, Before-After Trial. Annals of Emergency Medicine. doi:10.1016/j.annemergmed.2017.01.013
- FlightBridgeED, LLC (2015). Prolonging LIFE! – Hypotensive Approach – High Vt Applicaiton & Discussion, YouTube.
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