A perplexing CODE BLUE; Amniotic Fluid Embolism

  In this video, Dr. Seheult talks about an interesting code blue case involving an amniotic fluid embolism.  What is an amniotic fluid embolism? Amniotic fluid embolism is where you have a gravid uterus that is filled with amniotic fluid and a baby. There are veins that go from the uterus back to heart and…

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Insights into cirrhotic bleeding of liver and how to stop it

In this video, Dr. Seheult of MedCram discusses how to stop bleeding in cirrhosis. Cirrhosis is an end stage liver disease condition. It can be caused by a number of things that contribute to inflammation in the liver such as hepatitis, alcohol and even non-alcoholic steatohepatitis otherwise known as fatty liver.  Dr. Seheult reports he…

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CPR: Does it Really Keep You “Stayin’ Alive”?

In this latest video from MedCram, Dr. Seheult discusses what CPR is? In the hospital, patients are typically asked if they want to have “everything done” to keep them alive when the physician is going over a code status. The question is are the risks of CPR worthwhile? There are many misconceptions about what CPR…

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Hydrocortisone Reduces Mortality by 48% in Severe Community-Acquired Pneumonia

In this video, Dr. Seheult of MedCram discusses the recent study that shows how hydrocortisone was found to reduce mortality in severe community-acquired pneumonia.  This is potential turning point in a major disease treatment.  This study was a phase 3 multi-centered randomized, double blinded study that showed hydrocortisone (a steroid) can reduce mortality at 28…

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The Vasopressor Trap – What It Is and How to Get Out of It

In this video, Dr. Seheult of MedCram discusses  a common ICU trap that can occur when using vasopressors in certain scenarios. This vasopressor trap is one of the most dangerous traps in the ICU and it is important for critical care physicians to recognize this. What is an ICU vasopressor trap? How do you get…

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COVID-19 Comorbidities, Vaccine Boosters, and Fluvoxamine – New Video Updates

MedCram: Dr. Seheult explains COVID-19 treatment pill

  In our most recent MedCram COVID-19 updates, Dr. Roger Seheult shares how multiple myeloma likely contributed to the COVID-related passing of Colin Powell, as well as the latest news on vaccine boosters and new research on a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI), Fluvoxamine, in COVID-19 treatment.   Multiple Myeloma: How Comorbidities Can Impact Vaccine…

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Molnupiravir and Vaccine Boosters for COVID-19 – Two New MedCram Updates

  Two recent MedCram video updates cover the latest information on a potential COVID-19 treatment, Molnupiravir, as well as unfolding news on vaccine booster shots.    Merck COVID Pill (Molnupiravir): A New Treatment Option? In MedCram COVID-19 update 134 Dr. Seheult discusses Merck’s announcement of their antiviral pill for the treatment of mild to moderate SARS-CoV-2…

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COVID Vaccine Myths, Questions, and Rumors with Rhonda Patrick and Roger Seheult

Rhonda Patrick on MedCram - COVID Vaccines

  Did you see our latest deep-dive conversation with Rhonda Patrick, PhD? Dr. Patrick helps unpack research on COVID-19 vaccines, the SARS-CoV-2 virus, and various rumors that have emerged throughout the pandemic.    Interview with Dr. Patrick and Dr. Seheult In this video, we gathered the most common questions, theories, and myths about COVID-19 vaccinations…

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COVID-19 Updates — Breaking Down the Delta Variant and Immunity from Previous Infection vs COVID-19 Vaccines

COVID-19 Delta Variant versus Vaccines and Natural Immunity

  Delta is the latest COVID-19 variant to capture global attention, as new research emerges about its transmission rate and responsiveness to vaccines and natural immunity. Professor Roger Seheult, MD, breaks down what we know about the Delta variant and how it compares to other SARS-CoV-2 mutations.    Delta Variant and Vaccines In our 130th…

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