The PrePARE Trial - Do IVFs Prevent Peri-Intubation CV Collapse?

November 11, 2019 00:21:11
The PrePARE Trial - Do IVFs Prevent Peri-Intubation CV Collapse?
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
The PrePARE Trial - Do IVFs Prevent Peri-Intubation CV Collapse?
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Show Notes

Up to 25% of critically ill patients who undergo RSI and endotracheal intubation (ETI) may suffer cardiovascular collapse.? Many clinicians administer IVFs during RSI and ETI in hopes of preventing cardiovascular collapse, though this has never been studied…until now.? In this podcast we discuss the results of the recently published PrePARE Trial, as well as provide some thoughts on maximizing a patient’s physiology before performing ETI.

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