2 Factors that determine patient positioning for a deteriorating patient UPDATED VIDEO
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Just wanted to get this quick video out for our new interns on their first rotations in COVID times. Sorry for the shaky camera work.. gotta get better at the solo video/teaching efforts
PLEASE NOTE: Legs up is to increase central volume. NOT FOR ALL CARDIAC ISSUES. for example, acute coronary syndrome or acute heart failure may need decreased volume to improve function!
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