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July 12, 2020
How do Hospital Acquired Pressure Injuries (HAPI) impact patient outcomes and quality of life? How can they be better prevented? Cami, our wound care specialist, shares with us penetrating insight into the reality of rotting in the ICU. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
July 10, 2020
What do you want to know about the Awake and Walking ICU? Join our facebook group for more discussion! https://www.facebook.com/groups/1164667727204560 https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
June 28, 2020
What does an awake and walking ICU patient look like walking back into the pulmonology clinic? Dr. Shilling shares what this process has meant for his practice in the clinic. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
June 19, 2020
What is like for a seasoned ICU nurse with decades of valuable experience to completely change their sedation practices? What is like to then re-enter a “normal” environment and strive to continue the best practice? Paula shares with us her personal shock and conversion. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
June 11, 2020
What roles do physical and occupational play in helping COVID19 patients survive and thrive? How have they changed their approaches during the challenges of COVID19? Why should we never remove their therapies from ICU care? https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
June 6, 2020
When 69-year-old Dr. Ken Hurwitz was intubated for COVID19, how was his life saved and even preserved? After 3 weeks on the ventilator, why was he able to walk away and go straight home? See photos at citations at: https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
June 5, 2020
Now that we know what happens to patients after sedation and immobility, do we know what it is really like? Do we understand what happens to patient dignity, autonomy, and identity when they lose control of their bodies? Eileen Rubin shares with us what it was like as a 33-year-old trial attorney to wake up and not be able to lift a finger. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
June 3, 2020
When good nursing care is not possible during a pandemic, what happens to patient outcomes? Makenzie tells her tales as an ICU nurse in NY as we explore the role nursing care plays in saving and restoring lives. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
May 19, 2020
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May 17, 2020
What happens to our culture and practice when patient volumes and needs exceed our ICU capacity? How does this impact short and long-term outcomes? Dr. Dixie Harris shares with us the reality of ICU care in NY during the COVID19 pandemic. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
May 16, 2020
What was it like in the early phases of the “Awake and Walking ICU?” How was the new practice introduced? How was the culture revolutionized in spite of opposition? Who rejected the change? How did nurse Patty go from incredulous to emphatic? https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
May 13, 2020
What is it like to be “born” into an awake and walking ICU and then be immersed in a different culture? Jim shares with us his culture shock and ethical turmoil as he strives to maintain his best practice in a new environment. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
May 11, 2020
What is it like to jump into an awake and walking ICU as a travel nurse? Alex shares with us her first shock and impressions upon entering a different culture. She teaches us the changes and wisdom her practice has gained. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
May 11, 2020
How much of our practice is driven by culture vs. evidence? What role does ICU culture play in our perspective, knowledge, and patient outcomes? How often do we dare to ask “Why?”, “What if?” or, “Why not?” https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
May 9, 2020
What if we expected to be able to communicate with all patients on mechanical ventilation? How would that impact our practices? What role does communication play in patient survival and outcomes? https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
May 5, 2020
What happens after patients are sedated and immobilized for weeks? What will the rehabilitation process for COVID19 survivors be like? How long will it take for them to be able to sit, stand, and walk again? Christiane Perme, the post-ICU rehabilitation specialist, shares with us how to prevent such outcomes and help patients thrive in their lives again. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
April 2, 2020
Ann Bannon was intubated four times and awake on the endotracheal tube and ventilator for months. She gives us valuable insight into how to help the new flood of ventilated patients.
March 24, 2020
What can we do to improve mortality in the midst of a pandemic? As times have changed, our practices must change as well.
March 11, 2020
In commemoration of Delirium Day, it is most appropriate to hear from one of the leading delirium experts, Dr. Sharon Inouye! She shares with us her professional and personal experiences with delirium in all aspects of hospitalization. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
March 11, 2020
Nancy tells us about her transition to the awake and walking ICU as a nurse manager. She explains the nurse manager’s role in preserving a culture of humanity in the ICU. She shares with us how sedation cessation saved her own mother’s life. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
March 11, 2020
Lydia, CCC-SLP, shares with us the vital role speech therapy plays in helping patients get back to their lives. She explains how awake and walking enables patients to resume eating sooner and preserves cognition. The utilization of speech therapy is explained and applied in ways that the ICU world has never understood before. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
March 11, 2020
How does occupational therapy get to be utilized when patients are awake and walking on the ventilator? What role does occupational therapy play in preserving physical and cognitive function during critical illness? How has this enhanced role impacted the fulfillment Merrill, MOT, finds in his career? https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
March 10, 2020
Kathryn, BCCCP, tell us of her culture shock coming to the awake and walking ICU after years in units around the country. She tells about the role pharmacists play in delirium prevention and preservation of function in the ICU. She shares how this shift in focus has enhanced her job satisfaction. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
March 10, 2020
Dr. Badke, MD, shares what it was like to shift perspective and culture as a new intensivist in the awake and walking ICU. He explains what role the physician plays in helping patients walking home after the ICU. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
March 10, 2020
What does it mean to be the steward of patient outcomes? Louise, ACNP, explains how nurse practitioners are guardians of delirium prevention and preservation of function for her patients in the ICU. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
March 10, 2020
Respiratory therapists are key to helping patients walk on the ventilator. Cash, RRT, shares his tips and secrets to walking and even showering patients on the ventilator. He reveals how having patients awake and walking has impacted his ICU career. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
March 10, 2020
What is it like for physical therapists that get to do more than a passive range of motion with patients on ventilators? Physical therapists in the awake and walking ICU save lives and enable patients to have their lives back after discharge. Angela, DPT tells us how they do it. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
March 8, 2020
What is it like as an RN to care for intubated patients on the ventilator that are AWAKE and WALKING? Brandy, RN shares with us why she is passionate about keeping brains and bodies strong during critical illness. She reveals how humanizing the ICU has impacted her career. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
March 8, 2020
Patients cannot walk out of the ICU without the efforts and expertise of each discipline. What role does each discipline play in returning patients to their lives? https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
March 8, 2020
How did this ICU get so off the grid? Decades before the research and in a generation of paralytics and benzodiazepines, a nurse saw a problem and had a vision. Polly Bailey, ACNP, shares with us her journey to building an awake and walking ICU. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
March 8, 2020
Though avoiding sedation and mobility decreases mortality, death is not always avoidable. How does being awake and mobile during critical illness impact your last mortal moments? What does it look like to have a chance to say goodbye? https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
March 8, 2020
Tyler Lintz was admitted for severe septic shock, pneumonia, and ARDS. He eventually needed ECMO but was still allowed to keep walking. Tyler and Amber tell us how he returned to being a firefighter 3 months after ECMO. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
March 8, 2020
Tyler Lintz was admitted for severe septic shock, pneumonia, and ARDS. He eventually needed ECMO but was still allowed to keep walking. Tyler and Amber tell us how he returned to being a firefighter 3 months after ECMO. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
March 6, 2020
Joan Johnston was admitted for ARDS and remained on the ventilator for 17 days. She shares with us what it was like to be awake, walking, and even showering while intubated. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
March 5, 2020
James was admitted for severe mycoplasma pneumonia that turned into mild ARDS. His downs syndrome and autism inspired the ICU team to get creative to keep him awake and walking on the ventilator. His journey straight home moves us to reconsider our standard practices. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
March 5, 2020
Bryan Carter was admitted for severe pneumonia that became severe ARDS. He was allowed to be awake and walking on the ventilator until he was proned. When he was able to be supine he was right back on his feet. He shares with his story and how his treatment impacted his outcomes. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
March 4, 2020
If we treated patients differently, would their outcomes be different? What if patients never stopped walking during critical illness? One ICU dared to ask. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
March 3, 2020
Caregivers also leave ICU with high rates of PTSD and long-term life impacts. Mike Maranhas shares his side of his wife's ICU stay and recovery.
March 3, 2020
Caregivers also leave ICU with high rates of PTSD and long-term life impacts. Mike Maranhas shares his side of his wife's ICU stay and recovery. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
March 1, 2020
When we send patients to LTAC or SNF to relearn how to walk, what is that like? Susi Rimkus, DNP, shares with us her experience with rehabilitating rehabilitation. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
February 29, 2020
What is it like to wake up with less physical capacity than a newborn? What is it like to be sent to LTAC with no expectations of returning home? When patients have not moved for weeks+, what is the journey to recovery like? How long does it take? What are the psychological effects on survivors and loved ones? Jim and Cheryl Rettinger gives us an inside look. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
February 29, 2020
What happens down the road to patients that are on bedrest during their time on the ventilator? Is there another way? Let's put it into the big picture. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
February 28, 2020
ICU Survivor, David Burrows, shares his experience of weeks of sedation and the delirium and ICU acquired weakness that followed. He gives us insight into the reality of his new life with the post-ICU syndrome. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
February 28, 2020
ICU Survivor, David Burrows, shares his experience of weeks of sedation and the delirium and ICU acquired weakness that followed. He gives us insight into the reality of his new life with the post-ICU syndrome. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
February 27, 2020
Survivors tell us what "cognitive deficits" really look like and the impact they have on their function and lives. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
February 25, 2020
Dr. Wes Ely, the creator of the CAM scoring tool and the ACDEF Bundle, shares with us the realities and consequences of ICU delirium. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
February 23, 2020
68% of nurses believe sedation is for patient comfort. Sedation survivors tell us the reality of how sweet their sedation dreams really were. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
February 19, 2020
Susan East is a three times survivor of ARDS. She tells us why she sought legal protection against sedation after her first experience with ARDS. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
February 16, 2020
Is sedation always a necessity or a habit with history? Dr. Terry Clemmer, one of the founders of critical care, shares the evolution of mechanical ventilation and sedation culture he witnessed during his 50 years of critical care medicine. https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
February 1, 2020
Kali shares the variation in sedation and mobility practices she witness in critical care throughout the USA. ICU survivors changed her perspective and belief in what is right and best for patients.  https://medium.com/@kalidaytonpodcast @HomeICU
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