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Rebel Category: REBEL Crit

The Dirty Epi Drip and IV Flow Rates

Recently, I put out a video on the dirty epi drip (YouTube and TikTok) and in that video I discuss the use of this modality when in a pinch (i.e. can’t get push-dose pressors and/or a pump is not available …

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Resuscitation

Effect of Intra-Arrest Transport and eCPR on Neurologic Outcomes in Refractory OHCA

Background Information: Refractory out of hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) is defined as prolonged cardiac arrest and cardiac arrest without return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC). In addition to an already morbid condition, the chances of these patients surviving drops below 5% …

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CardiovascularNeurologyResuscitation

Andexanet Alfa Vs. Four-Factor PCC: Is Andexanet Alfa Worth The Hype?

Background: Oral factor Xa inhibitors (FXi) have been associated with major and fatal bleeding events, including intracranial hemorrhage (ICH). In randomized controlled trials, both rivaroxaban and apixaban are associated with ICH at rates that range from 0.1 to 4% (Agnelli …

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Hematology and OncologyNeurologyTrauma

REBEL Crit Cast Ep6.0 – Mastering Mechanical Ventilation Part 1

Mechanical Ventilation is a modality commonly used in the critically ill, but many providers, may not have a strong understanding of the basics. Emergency Medicine and Critical Care Physicians need to have a firm grasp of the basic concepts of …

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Thoracic and Respiratory

REBEL Cast Ep106: The COCA Trial – Calcium in Cardiac Arrest

Background: The utility of pharmacological interventions for patients with OHCA are rather limited with no robust evidence that they improve outcomes.  Calcium, one of the pharmacological options has both inotropic and vasopressor effects. Additionally, calcium plays an important role in …

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Resuscitation

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