PCICS Podcast

PCICS Podcast

Features topics in pediatric cardiac critical care including challenging cases from different institutions and conversations with leaders in the field.... Show More

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February 2, 2021 25 min
In honor of Black History Month, PCICS presents a special two-part series on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion; a group of inspiring women from across the country speak about various issues in medicine, pediatric cardiology, and critical care surrounding diversity, equity, and racism. Host: Courtney Celani, CPNP-AC (Lurie Children’s Hospital), Host/Editor/Producer: Dr. Saidie Rodriguez (Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta), Producer: ...
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In a new recurring format for the podcast, hosts David Werho, Jill Zender, and Saidie Rodriguez discuss recent events in pediatric cardiac critical care and anything else that comes up. In this edition, guests Nikhil Chanani and Lindsey Justice, the program chairs for the first-ever virtual PCICS International Meeting discuss the highlights of the meeting as well as their pandemic guilty pleasures. Editor/Producer: Dr. David Werh...
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Peter Rimensberger from Geneva, Switzerland and Stacey Bedford from London, UK discuss the varied practices for noninvasive and invasive mechanical ventilation in Europe. This was recorded at our last international meeting in London as a collaboration between PCICS, PICS-UK (now PCCS), and EPNCIC. Please register for our 2020 PCICS virtual meeting now for more great content! PCICS does not endorse specific devices or care practic...
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Dr. Eva Cheung from New York-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of Columbia University and Dr. Katherine Cashen from Children’s Hospital of Michigan in Detroit discuss their experience on the front lines as MIS-C was first recognized and discuss our current knowledge of this disease. Host: Dr. Sinai Zyblewski Editor/Producer: Dr. David Werho.
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A multidisciplinary team from the Hospital for Sick Kids in Toronto discusses the story of a remarkable young girl’s resilience during her prolonged hospitalizations as well as the development of their Care By Parent protocol to allow VAD patients off the cardiac unit. This was recorded at our last international meeting in London as a collaboration between PCICS, PICS-UK (now PCCS), and EPNCIC. Please register for our 2020 PCICS vi...
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Eduardo da Cruz, MD from Children’s Hospital Colorado discusses the roles of innovation, collaboration, and new technologies in the future of pediatric cardiac critical care both locally and globally. This was recorded at our last international meeting in London as a collaboration between PCICS, PICS-UK (now PCCS), and EPNCIC. Please register for our 2020 PCICS virtual meeting now for more great content from leaders in our field! H...
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Sandra Staveski, PhD, RN, CPNP-AC from UC San Francisco College of Nursing and former PCICS President discusses her work and the work of other nurse scientists in pediatric cardiac critical care as well as the future of nurse-led research and collaboration in our field. Host/Editor: Monica Mafla, RN, MS, CPNP (Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital - Stanford). Producer: David Werho, MD (UC San Diego). 
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Dr. Sushma Reddy (Stanford) discusses her work on myocardial energetics and how she’s working to understand the role of oxidative damage and potentially new therapeutics for right ventricular heart failure in patients with congenital heart disease. Her recent publication on this topic can be found in the October 2020 edition of Circulation. Host/Editor: Monica Mafla, RN, MS, CPNP (Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital - Stanford). Pr...
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Jill Cholette, MD from the University of Rochester and Steven Schwartz, MD from the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto discuss the TAXI Transfusion Recommendations and considerations for blood transfusion in critically ill cardiac patients. Host/Editor: Saidie Rodriguez, MD Producer: David Werho, MD.
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Allie Rippe, NP and Alexandra Lamari-Fisher, PhD from the Texas Center for Pediatric and Congenital Heart Disease at Dell Children’s Medical Center in Austin, TX discuss the multidisciplinary and creative teamwork it took to address the organic and inorganic pain in an adult patient with single ventricle heart disease. Host/Editor: Raj Sahulee, DO. Producer: David Werho, MD.
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Dr. R Krishna Kumar from Amrita Hospital in India discusses his work bringing quality cardiac care to an area with limited resources as well as the global burden of heart disease in children. Host/Editor: Saidie Rodriguez, MD. Producer: David Werho, MD.
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Javier Lasa, MD from Texas Children’s Hospital discusses his work understanding cardiac arrest outcomes and acute decompensated heart failure and the future of these fields. Host/Editor: David Werho, MD.
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Lauren Haney, Pharm.D., BCPS, BCPPS from MUSC discusses her research comparing recombinant versus plasma-derived Antithrombin III. Note: Off-label pediatric use discussed - PCICS does not endorse specific clinical management. Host/Editor: Deanna Tzanetos, MD. Producer: David Werho, MD.
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Michael Gaies, MD, MPH, MSc, from The University of Michigan discusses the Pediatric Cardiac Critical Care Consortium (PC4) from its beginnings, to the recent landmark JACC publication, and into the future.
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Louise Callow, MSN, CPCP-PC and Lindsey Justice, DNP, CPNP-AC discuss the PCICS Advanced Practice Provider Curriculum including its development, progress, and plans for the future. Editor: Jill Zender, NP. Host/Producer: David Werho, MD.
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Kathy Mussatto, PhD, RN, a nurse-scientist at Children's Wisconsin, discusses her work on long-term outcomes, quality of life, and neurodevelopmental follow-up in pediatric cardiac patients.
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Drs. Joseph Forbess and Can Yerebakan discuss their philosophies and approaches to the high-risk single ventricle neonate. Host: Grace Bichara, MD Guests: Joseph Forbess, MD, MBA Can Yerebakan, MD Editor/Producer: David Werho, MD
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Dorrie Fontaine, RN, PhD, FAAN discusses her work on creating healthy work environments for physicians and nurses in critical care units.
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Mary McLellan, MPH, BSN, RN, CPN (Boston Children's Hospital) discusses the POSTER program to improve nursing resiliency retention in the ICU. Host: Andrew Smith, MD, MSCI, MMHC. Editor: Deanna Tzanetos, MD, MSCI. Producer: David Werho, MD.
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Dr. Humera Ahmed discusses her best trainee abstract award winning project: Development of a risk score for interstage death or transplant after stage I palliation. Host: Mary Taylor, MD Editor: Courtney Celani, APRN, PNP-AC Producer: David Werho, MD
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