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Three Key Advances in Critical Care for 2000:
In Transfusion, Low TV Ventilation, and Enteral Nutrition

Ken Cunningham, MD, FRCPC

Department of Medicine, Division of Critical Care Medicine
Lion's Gate Hospital, North Vancouver, British Columbia
July, 2000

Presented at Medical Rounds,
Lion's Gate Hospital
30 minutes duration.


  • Review the TRICC trial, and other evidence, indicating lower tolerable hemoglobin levels in critically ill patients
  • Review the data for the role of enteral feeding in critically ill patients
  • Understand new NIH guidelines for lower tidal volume ventilation in ARDS
During this talk, Dr. Cunningham makes reference to the following information which is available on the Internet:

An Evidence-Based Protocol for Enteral Feeding - Poster Presentation

Low Tidal Volume in ARDS Study - Ventilator Management Protocol

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  • This event is eligible for 15 minutes of Section 2 CME credit

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