Dr. Nada Mallick is a pediatric intensivist at Children's National Hospital in Washington, DC. She has a master’s in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, after which she did her medical residency and chief resident year at Virginia Commonwealth University and her critical care fellowship at Children's National Hospital. Nada now serves as the physician chair for both the Pediatric Early Recognition and Resuscitation Committee and the Late Rescue Collaborative at Children’s National.
By the end of this series, listeners should be able to:
1) Describe techniques for diagnosis of historically oppressed groups
2) Describe acute stabilization of impending hypoxemic respiratory failure from a complicated pneumonia.
3) Discuss workup for a patient with undifferentiated shock.
4) Describe options for ICU support for a patient who does not meet ICU criteria.
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