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Pediatrica intensiva: Art & Science of Pediatric Critical Care

Sep 30, 2021

Analgesia and/or Sedation is provided to almost all the patients in the #pedsICU but it is something that often lacks precision.

In this episode we speak to intensivist Prof Jayashree Muralidharan, #pedsICU nurse Sharon Prior and pharmacist Jonathon Wong

Pediatrica Intensiva season 3 is guest edited by Professor...

Jun 21, 2021

Delirium is a hugely important topic in the #pedsICU with up to 90% of some patient populations being affected and impacts on disease severity, length of stay and quality of life, even months after discharge. It is related to underlying disease, but also to the drugs and abnormal environment that we expose our...

May 10, 2021

Early Mobilization in the #pedsICU with groundbreaker Sapna Kudchadkar from Johns Hopkins

Early Mobilization is enormously important because while survival continues to increase, so do the numbers of children who leave PICU with a new functional limitation. Survival is not enough anymore - it's all about the quality of...

Apr 27, 2021

Survival in PICU continues to increase around the world. The hidden cost of this is ever increasing numbers of children with severe, sometimes lifelong, problems from their critical illness and intensive care stay.

Joining us as a guest editor for this season is one of the world experts on this topic - Professor Karen...

Mar 13, 2021

6th regular episode of Pediatrica Intensiva with Aparna Hoskote, consultant in cardiac ICU at Great Ormond St Hospital London.

The time around the stage 1 procedure is the time of the highest mortality for single ventricle patients, up to 15%. What we do in the #pedsICU really matters for these patients but there is...