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Virtual Rounds Podcast Series

The iCritical Care Podcasts have launched a new podcast series, Virtual Critical Care Rounds (VCCR), aimed at addressing the most challenging aspects of intensive care unit fellowship and residency.

Check out the latest episodes and subscribe via iTunes or Google Play. If you like what you hear, be sure to leave a rating.

Check out our latest episodes and follow #VCCRounds for regular updates. This series complements the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s VCCR online education program, which is designed to better prepare students, residents and fellows to contribute to the diagnosis and management of the critically ill patient during their intensive care unit rounds.

SCCM Pod-VCCR1 Treatment Approaches for ACE Inhibitor-Induced Angioedema
SCCM Pod-VCCR2 New Onset Atrial Fibrillation in Septic Shock
SCCM Pod-VCCR3 Activated Charcoal in the Overdose Patient
SCCM Pod-VCCR4 Common Sedatives and Paralytics for Rapid Sequence Intubation
SCCM Pod-VCCR5 Rumack-Matthew Nomogram and Acetaminophen Toxicity
SCCM Pod-VCCR6 Vasopressor Selection in Septic Shock

New VCCR Podcast

Tune into the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s (SCCM) new Virtual Critical Care Rounds (VCCR) Podcast series for in-depth interviews on critical care topics addressing the most challenging aspects of intensive care unit fellowship and residency. This series complements SCCM’s VCCR program.

The latest installment in the series is now available:

SCCMPod-VCCR3 Activated Charcoal in the Overdose Patient

After listening, keep the conversation going on twitter using #VCCRounds.

Podcast on Family-Centered Care

In the newly available iCritical Care podcast SCCM Pod-339 Guidelines for Family-Centered Care in the ICU, Ranjit Deshpande, MD, speaks with Guideline co-chairs Judy E. Davidson, DNP, RN, FAAN, FCCM, and J. Randall Curtis, MD, MPH, about the recently released “Guidelines for Family-Centered Care in the Neonatal, Pediatric, and Adult ICU.”

Listen to the podcast and then watch the Congress talk on family-centered care and research in the intensive care unit.

The new guidelines are based on evidence showing that family-centered care may prevent or lessen the impact of post-intensive care syndrome—lingering physical and mental health effects that can occur in family members as well as patients. Access the guidelines and related tools at www.sccm.org/guidelines.

VCCR Podcast Series

The Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) is pleased to announce the Virtual Critical Care Rounds (VCCR) Podcast, a new podcast series that will offer in-depth interviews on critical care topics while addressing the most challenging aspects of intensive care unit fellowship and residency. This series complements SCCM’s VCCR program.

After listening to the podcasts, keep the conversation going on twitter using #VCCRounds.

Podcast on Acute Care Research

In the newly available iCritical Care podcast SCCM Pod-338 Building Global Collaboration in Acute Care Research Ludwig Lin, MD, speaks with John C. Marshall, MD, FRCSC, FACS, about his talk given at the 46th Critical Care Congress, “Building Global Collaboration in Acute Care Research.” Listen to the podcast and then watch Dr. Marshall’s Congress talk and familiarize yourself with the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s newest endeavor: Discovery, the Critical Care Research Network.

You can listen to all of the Society’s podcasts at www.sccm.org/iCriticalCare. Here are the latest:

SCCM Pod-337 Clinical Practice Guidelines for Sustained Neuromuscular Blockade in the Adult Critically Ill Patient: 2016 Update

SCCM Pod-336 Surviving Sepsis Campaign Guidelines: 2016 Update

SCCM Pod-335 SCCM President Ruth Kleinpell Discusses the Year Ahead

SCCM Pod-334 Vasopressors: Future Research

Podcast Features SCCM President

In the newly available iCritical Care podcast SCCM Pod-335 SCCM President Ruth Kleinpell Discusses the Year Ahead, Ludwig Lin, MD, speaks with Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) President Ruth M. Kleinpell, PhD, RN, FAAN, FCCM, about some of SCCM’s new initiatives, including the PCOR-ICU Collaborative and Discovery, the Critical Care Research Network, as well as goals she would like to accomplish during her tenure as president.

Hear more from Dr. Kleinpell about the Society’s focus on research in her latest president’s message and her Critical Connections Live interview about her 2017 Presidential Address from the 46th Critical Care Congress.

Sepsis Guidelines Resources Available

The 46th Critical Care Congress announced the release of the updated Surviving Sepsis Campaign guidelines (available in both Critical Care Medicine and Intensive Care Medicine).

Since Congress, various new resources related to the guidelines and sepsis care have become available:

If you were unable to attend this Congress session, you can see what you missed by watching Critical Connections Live: New Guidelines for the Management of Sepsis and Septic Shock, which brings you the full session along with commentary after the broadcast. Also available are the Surviving Sepsis guidelines presentation slides.

In the newly available iCritical Care podcast SCCM Pod-336 Surviving Sepsis Campaign Guidelines: 2016 Update, Ludwig Lin, MD, speaks with Mitchell M. Levy, MD, MCCM, about the release of the updated Surviving Sepsis Campaign guidelines.

Members and nonmembers alike can access the SCCM guidelines for free by downloading the Guidelines App. The new sepsis guidelines can also be found on the Surviving Sepsis Campaign App

The Society of Critical Care Medicine has endorsed the Statement on Maternal Sepsis released by the World Health Organization.

For additional resources related to the guidelines and sepsis care, check out the list below and visit www.survivingsepsis.org:

Listen to the Latest iCritical Care Podcasts

If you haven’t checked out our iCritical Care podcasts, listen to the latest releases and subscribe! Loyal listeners and newcomers, be sure to rate us on iTunes. Learn more at www.sccm.org/iCriticalCare.

SCCM Pod-332 Dexmedetomidine Use in Critically-Ill Children with Acute Respiratory Failure

SCCM Pod-331 Bleeding Management and Reversal Strategies for the DOAC Patient: New and Future Approaches

SCCM Pod-330 Long-Term Mental Health Problems After Delirium in the ICU

SCCM Pod-329 A Bedside Model for Mortality Risk in Pediatric Patients with ARDS

SCCM Pod-328 Long-Term Quality of Life Among Survivors of Severe Sepsis: Analyses of Two International Trials

New Podcast Follows Up on SSC Concepts and Implementation

In the newly available iCritical Care podcast SCCM Pod-326 Surviving Sepsis Campaign: Creating Spread for Quality Improvement, Ludwig Lin, MD, speaks with Jane Taylor, Ed.D, about quality improvement science and her contributions to the Surviving Sepsis Campaign.

This podcast follows up on the concepts addressed in the Campaign’s Spreading Quality Just in Time series—a series of videos consisting of short tutorials on the science and methods behind applying interventions at the right time in the right way.

Spreading Quality Just in Time

This series is part of the Sepsis in the Wards project from the Society of Critical Care Medicine and the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. It is relevant to those seeking information on sepsis screening quality improvement but can also be used by hospitals interested in hospital-wide expansion of any quality improvement initiative.

Listen to the Latest iCritical Care Podcasts

If you haven’t checked out our iCritical Care podcasts, listen to the latest releases and subscribe! Loyal listeners and newcomers, be sure to rate us on iTunes. Learn more at www.sccm.org/iCriticalCare.

SCCM Pod-322 Disaster and Mass Casualty Response Strategies

SCCM Pod-321 Guidelines for the Provision and Assessment of Nutrition Support Therapy in the Adult Critically Ill Patient

SCCM Pod-320 Impact of Sepsis Classification and Multidrug-Resistance Status on Outcome Among Patients Treated With Appropriate Therapy

SCCM Pod-319 Learning from Others: What We Can All Take from the Pediatrics Experience

SCCM Pod-318 A Multicenter Evaluation of Prolonged Empiric Antibiotic Therapy in Adult ICUs in the U.S.

Listen to the Latest iCritical Care Podcasts

If you haven’t checked out our iCritical Care podcasts, listen to the latest releases and subscribe! Loyal listeners and newcomers, be sure to rate us on iTunes. Learn more at www.sccm.org/iCriticalCare.

SCCM Pod-309 Overall Hypothermia Update

SCCM Pod-308 Four-Factor Prothrombin Complex Concentrate Versus Plasma For Rapid Vitamin K Antagonist Reversal

SCCM Pod-307 Transforming the Morbidity and Mortality Conference to Promote Safety and Quality in a PICU

SCCM Pod-306 Fusing Clinical Care with Clinical Research: The Future of the Randomized Control Trial in a Self-Learning Healthcare System

Listen to the Latest iCritical Care Podcasts

If you haven’t checked out our iCritical Care podcasts, listen to the latest releases and subscribe! Loyal listeners and newcomers, be sure to rate us on iTunes. Learn more at www.sccm.org/iCriticalCare.

Listen to the Latest iCritical Care Podcasts

If you haven’t checked out our iCritical Care podcasts, listen to the latest releases and subscribe! Loyal listeners and newcomers, be sure to rate us on iTunes. Learn more at www.sccm.org/iCriticalCare.

Two of the latest releases feature experts discussing acute kidney injury (AKI). One podcast centers on the risks associated with AKI, the other on renal repair after AKI.

SCCM Pod-269 National Surgical Quality Improvement Program Underestimates Risk Associated With Mild and Moderate Postoperative AKI

SCCM Pod-275 44th Critical Care Congress: Is Repair After AKI Linked to Long-Term Outcomes?

New iCritical Care Podcast Hosts

The Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) extends a warm welcome to our new iCritical Care podcast hosts, Ludwig H. Lin, MD, and Todd Fraser, MD. Drs. Lin and Fraser will be working alongside our current hosts, Margaret Parker, MD, MCCM, and Michael Weinstein, MD, FACS, FCCP, both of whom have hosted dozens of insightful podcasts during their stellar tenures.

Below are the initial podcasts hosted by Drs. Lin and Fraser. You’re encouraged to check them out!

SCCM Pod-246 Interaction Between Fluids and Vasoactive Agents on Mortality in Septic Shock (Fraser)

SCCM Pod-252 44th Critical Care Congress: Creating a Healthy Work Environment Through Compassionate Care (Lin)

SCCM Pod-256 The Burden of Influenza-Associated Critical Illness Hospitalizations (Lin)

SCCM’s 44th Critical Care Congress a Resounding Success

Thank you all for making the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s (SCCM) 44th Critical Care Congress in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, a great success! The 2015 Congress provided more than 6,000 critical care clinicians from around the world with unique opportunities to network with leadership in critical care and experience enlightened and innovative learning experiences.

Videos from key Congress sessions, including plenary sessions and the Presidential Address from Craig M. Coopersmith, MD, FCCM, are now available. You can also access bonus video interviews conducted with thought leaders in the field.

In addition, our iCritical Care podcast hosts had the opportunity to interview numerous Congress speakers and prominent members of the critical care community. Listen to these podcasts, including a sit-down with Dr. Coopersmith.

You are also encouraged to check out new articles released by JAMA and Critical Care Medicine during a late-breaker session at the 2015 Congress:

“Protocolized Sedation vs. Usual Care in Pediatric Patients Mechanically Ventilated for Acute Respiratory Failure”

• Accompanying Editorial

“Chlorhexidine Bathing and Health Care-Associated Infections: A Randomized Clinical Trial”

• Accompanying Editorial

“The Impact of Hospital and Intensive Care Unit Organizational Factors on Outcome in Critically Ill Patients: Results from the EPIC II Study”

“The Epidemiology of Chronic Critical Illness in the United States”

See you next year, February 20 to 24, 2016, in Orlando, Florida, USA, for SCCM’s 45th Critical Care Congress!