HealerWarrior399 karma2017-09-16 19:06:19 UTC
You've never had a single complication?
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HealerWarrior13 karma2020-03-23 00:31:41 UTC
You think intensivists, pulmonologists, and neonatologists can’t manage a vent? lol
HealerWarrior2 karma2020-03-23 01:47:35 UTC
I see pulmonologists, intensivists, cardiac surgeons, anesthesiologists, trauma surgeons, and triple board certified critical care cardiologists managing vents. I appreciate what you do but to think you know more about pulmonary physiology than a physician is ignorant.
These people also know more about ECMO (so there’s my tertiary ivory tower cred you are obviously impressed by).
HealerWarrior1 karma2019-01-20 21:39:06 UTC
What is your favorite Ponzi scheme?
HealerWarrior-3 karma2020-03-23 01:21:50 UTC
OP said that MDs couldn’t “manage” a vent optimally. None of what you said has to to with actual vent management. “Gathering supplies” & assembly are not the difficult parts of vent mgmt. I have respect for what RTs do but to act like a pulmonologist can’t manage a vent is stupid.
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