A Year in Review: Key Articles from the 2019 Critical Care Literature

January 06, 2020 00:34:59
A Year in Review: Key Articles from the 2019 Critical Care Literature
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
A Year in Review: Key Articles from the 2019 Critical Care Literature
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Show Notes

A plethora of literature was published during the course of 2019.  In this podcast, we review several key articles published in the 2019 critical care literature that pertain to the resuscitation and management of select critically ill patients.  Simply a great way to start 2020!

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