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Frågan kom upp i en Facebookgrupp, men passar mycket bättre här. Varför används inte NO DESAT för akuta intubationer i Sverige? http://www.epmonthly.com/archives/features/no-desat-/
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Det ved jeg ikke, men tjek http://www.ssai2015.com/.

Jeg har skrevet til Birna, som er nævnt på forsiden..
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Härligt! Vi behöver en storsatsning på akut ultraljud för akutläkare i Sverige.
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Bara fortsätt med det du vet är till nytta för patienten. Numera är det vanligt att jag blir ombedd att göra ultraljud och ibland även som second opinion. Bara för 2 år sedan var jag ökänd som ultraljudsfreak och betraktad som allmänt experimentell och få ville bli förknippade med mitt ultraljudande. Det VAR demoraliserande. Min fulla sympati och stöd.
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I have this feeling that Google+ is great, but I don't really know how to use it. I'll just keep an open mind and widen my circles. 
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I like to challenge dogma, but often find that it is just being replaced by new dogma. Experience should make us humble.
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A young patient hit his head and presents to the ED two days later with persistent headache. A CT scan shows contusion with some intraparechymal blood. The consulted neurosurgeon wants the patients Na of 130 corrected to 140 without any further testing (not even S-osmolality) of the underlying cause.The patient is admitted to the surgical ward. The resident from anesthesia suggests Ringers with added NaCl and a new S-Na the next day.

This doesn't make sense to me and seems like a potentially harmful treatment. What's your opinion?
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Agree, I would start correction carefully and checked osmolality et.c, but I'm not a neurosurgeon...
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Preparing for neonatal resuscitation program course and reading the AAP/AHA guidelines:
When gestation, birth weight, or congenital anomalies are associated with almost certain early death and when unacceptably high morbidity is likely among the rare survivors, resuscitation is not indicated.
That makes sense. Couldn't we apply the same principles to chronically ill 90 year olds who are found dead in a hospital bed?

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