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I just wanted to share a link about inotropes, a blog post on a British FOAMed* web site: https://www.paediatricfoam.com/2017/01/inotropes-made-simple/

Managing circulatory failure with potent cardio- and vasoactive drugs can be a challenge, and it is necessary to understand the pathophysiology of the problem to choose the right set of interventions and drugs.

*FOAMed = Free Open Access Medical Education

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5 minutes ago, Stefan Johansson said:

@Francesco Cardona  @Mallikarjun we should have them all in our Pharmacopedia :) do you happen to know someone who would be interested to write some posts (like your nearest fellow or so)?

 

Most of my colleagues / friends are private practitioners and not in to academic or write ups....Sorry for the same.

 

Regards,

Mallikarjuna 

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I just wanted to share a link about inotropes, a blog post on a British FOAMed* web site: https://www.paediatricfoam.com/2017/01/inotropes-made-simple/
Managing circulatory failure with potent cardio- and vasoactive drugs can be a challenge, and it is necessary to understand the pathophysiology of the problem to choose the right set of interventions and drugs.
*FOAMed = Free Open Access Medical Education

Article appears to have moved. Here’s the fix
https://www.paediatricfoam.com/2017/05/inotropes/


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