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Utility of Transesophageal Echocardiography in Cardiac Arrest

By Chandrika R Garner, MD, FASE 1 (not pictured); Rohesh J Fernando, MD 1 (left); Aarti Sarwal, MD, FNCS, FAAN 2 (center); and Jose L. Diaz-Gomez, MD, FCCM, FASE 3 (right) Wake Forest School of Medicine, Department of Anesthesiology, Section on Cardiac Anesthesiology Wake Forest...

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It Took a Village: Highlights of the Workshops at the NCS 15th Annual Meeting and What You Can Expect This Year

By Aarti Sarwal (left) and Soojin Park (right) NCS 15th Annual Meeting theme was “It Takes a Village.” We saw the theme coming in action as it literally took a village to pull through 12 workshops at the beautiful Waikoloa Beach Resort. Preconference workshops are an important part of our...

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47th Critical Care Congress: Updates from the Neuroscience Section

By Neha S. Dangayachm, MD, Aarti Sarwal, MD, and Vineeta Singh, MD The Neuroscience Section of the Society of Critical Care Medicine was well-represented at the 47th Critical Care Congress in the program, honors and attendance. The SCCM now has 16,000 critical care professionals in more than...

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Point of Care Ultrasonography: An Indispensable Tool for the Neurocritical Care Team

By Neha S. Dangayach, MD, Ichan School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Health System; Harpreet Singh Grewal, MD, Cleveland Clinic, Respiratory Institute; Gabriel Prada, MD, Mayo Clinic; Jose L. Diaz-Gomez, MD, May Clinic; and Aarti Sarwal MD, Wake Forest School of Medicine Vascular access with...

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Wake Forest Neuro ICU Brings Innovation in Simulation in Testing a New ICU

By Aarti Sarwal (left), Janet Crumpler (middle) and Terri Gordon (right) Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center built a 24-bed neuro ICU in 2016 to accommodate a growing census and acuity of patients housed in the older 11-bed ICU that was an open bay design with limited space or privacy for...