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Department of Medicine Grand Rounds: Management of Cardiovascular, Diabetic, and Renal Complications of SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 - Shared screen with speaker view
Mark Haas
47:44
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Mark Haas
55:55
Reminder that eeds passcode is 98edit
Mark Haas
01:02:35
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Dineli Ahearn
01:08:21
Should we be placing CGM
Kimberly Levasseur-Franklin
01:11:36
What is our capacity to perform CGM in critically ill patients on vasopressors/in shock and have it perform with accuracy?
Alissa Dangel
01:13:12
Is there any data on how the CGM performs in patients with 3rd spacing/significant peripheral edema?
Mark Haas
01:19:23
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Mark Haas
01:20:31
Reminder that eeds code is 98edit
Iris Jaffe
01:24:39
Amanda, any guidance on indications for cardiac ultrasound in patients with COVID-19. Particularly in the common setting of declining blood pressure and +troponin.
Lakshmi Pulakat
01:27:03
Do these patients have increased podocytes in urine test?
Andrew Greenberg
01:30:24
Does serum lipids change with COVID 19 which could not impact a number of different organ systems
Alissa Dangel
01:32:55
Any additional consideration for using Omni Pods to decrease direct exposure for insulin administration?
Raghava
01:33:15
For resuscitations with shock, any preference LR over NS?
Paul Mathew
01:33:20
Mark, with dipstick as a criteria for hematuria, isn't there lumping with myoglobinuria? Is it worth separating these as prognostic variables?