Patient and Doctor Induced Emergencies

by Brian Warriner, MD

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    The lecture Patient and Doctor Induced Emergencies by Brian Warriner, MD is from the course Emergencies. It contains the following chapters:

    • Massive Hemorrhage
    • Increased Intra-Cranial Pressure
    • Cardiac Diseases
    • Wrong Drug - Wrong Dose
    • Surgical Errors

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    1. Declaring a massive transfusion emergency and initiating the massive transfusion policy.
    2. Giving enough to stop the bleeding.
    3. By giving platelets after each unit of transfused red cells.
    4. Warning the surgeon that s/he is responsible for stopping the hemorrhage.
    1. Uncommon but usually seen in patient with pre-existing cardiac disease.
    2. Needs to be managed in a non-ACLS fashion.
    3. Most often seen after minor atrial arrhythmias occur.
    4. Always secondary to pre-existing cardiac disease.
    1. Are the most common medical errors made in hospital.
    2. Are rare and usually not dangerous.
    3. Are most commonly caused by clerical error in labelling drugs.
    4. Are easily recognized and reversed.

    Author of lecture Patient and Doctor Induced Emergencies

     Brian Warriner, MD

    Brian Warriner, MD

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    Clear, organized, and concise as always - Dr Warriner kept me eager to learn more.
    By Eliot C. on 27. November 2016 for Patient and Doctor Induced Emergencies

    Wow, just wow - sitting on the edge of my seat throughout the lesson - as usual. Dr Warriner has such a high level of knowledge, and quiet passion for Anesthesiology, it is a real treat to be learning from him.