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Medical Fallacies

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May 07 2020, 9:27 pm

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Aug 16 2021, 6:51 pm

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Dr. Luis Verduzco presents following topics in Medical Fallacies How the teaching may be based on poor data or empirical mindset. Crystalloids for Blood Tx. Platelets and Fluid Wamers. GI Prophylaxis in the ICU. Renal Failure and Crystalloids. Hypertoxic Harm. Lactic Acidosis. Ketamine and the Brain. Allen's Test.

In this video we will discuss following medical fallacies:

1. Crystalloids for blood transfusion. 

2. Platelets and fluid warmers. 

3. GI prophylaxis in ICU.

4. Renal failure and crystalloids.

5.Hyperoxic harm.

6.Lactic acidsois.

7.Ketamine and the brain.

8. Allen's test. 

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  • Luis A Verduzco M.D.

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Luis A Verduzco M.D. Author declares no conflict of interest.

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Luis A Verduzco M.D.

Luis A Verduzco M.D.

Dr. Luis Verduzco, MD is a Critical Care Medicine Specialist in Denver, CO. He is affiliated with Denver Health Medical Center. Luis A. Verduzco M.D., is certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology in anesthesiology and critical care medicine. He completed his undergraduate degree with distinction from Yale University and then went on to medical school at Harvard, having graduated as an Arthur Lehman and LInnane Scholar. Dr. Verduzco received his residency training at Stanford and was elected chief resident during his final year. He stayed at Stanford for critical care fellowship training. He is a former Academy of Achievement Student Delegate and Howard Hughes Medical Institute Research Training Fellow. Dr. Verduzco has authored multiple book chapters and peer-reviewed manuscripts, with primary authorships in prestigious journals such as Stroke and Blood. He is an avid learner who practices evidence-based medicine and enjoys teaching.

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