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Excellent critical care isn't about cutting edge technology and memorizing the latest algorithms. It's about pathophysiology and problem solving. This is important when your patient is in the ICU, but even more important when you're resuscitating patients outside the ICU. The fewer resources you have, the more you need to know.
Sara Crager, MD
Emergency Medicine residency at UCLA and Critical Care fellowship at Stanford. Currently faculty at UCLA in the Departments of Emergency Medicine and Anesthesia Critical Care. Splits clinical time between the CT-ICU at UCLA and the MICU at Antelope Valley Hospital. Likes teaching, hates celery, hasn't quite figured out Twitter.
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