January 27, 2022

Fluid Responsiveness

Fluid resuscitation is a cornerstone of our treatment for circulatory failure and is often quite challenging to get right. In today’s episode of the podcast, we will discuss the prediction of fluid responsiveness. Our guest is Dr. Haney Mallemat, a critical care intensivist and emergency medicine clinician at Cooper University Health. He is also an associate professor of medicine and of emergency medicine at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University, in Camden, New Jersey.

Additional Resources:
Critical Care Now: A site for intensivists and resuscitationists. - https://criticalcarenow.com/
RESUS-X: The ultimate resuscitation educational experience. - https://bit.ly/3nXtWih
Prediction of fluid responsiveness: a review. Enev R, et al. 2021. - https://bit.ly/33NNHBT
Prediction of fluid responsiveness: an update. Monnet X, et al. 2016. - https://bit.ly/3H2R6ew
Predictors of fluid responsiveness in critically ill patients mechanically ventilated at low tidal volumes: systematic review and metanalysis. Alvarado Sanchez JI, et al. 2021 - https://bit.ly/3KJ6D5l

Music and Podcasts mentioned in this episode:
Haney’s musical recommendation – listen to the band Wilco. - https://wilcoworld.net/
99% Invisible. One of Haney’s favorite podcasts. Open access. - https://99percentinvisible.org/
The Joe Rogan Experience. Popular podcast on Spotify. - https://open.spotify.com/show/4rOoJ6Egrf8K2IrywzwOMk
EMRAP. A leading educational platform recommended by Haney. - https://www.emrap.org/