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Lakeridge Health (Oshawa) ICU Rotation

Lakeridge Health (Oshawa) ICU Rotation

 

Since 2011, Lakeridge Health in Oshawa has acted as an additional academic hospital affiliated with the Queen's University School of Medicine.  In order to accommodate expansion of residency training programs at Queen's, Oshawa is an additional training site for several programs, including Critical Care.  Junior residents from specialty training programs with a required CCM rotation, as well as senior residents in Critical Care, will be assigned to do rotations at either Kingston General Hospital or at Lakeridge Health, Oshawa.  The Critical Care Program is pleased to be partnered with our colleagues in Oshawa.

Critical Care Teaching Faculty in Oshawa

Dr. Kavita Sridhar
General Internal Medicine/Critical Care                         Education Lead, Section of Critical Care

Dr. Jonathan Eisenstat 
General Internal Medicine/Critical Care                         Research Lead, Section of Critical Care

Dr. Lisa Huzel 
Respirology/Critical Care 

Dr. Ashiq Islam 
General Internal Medicine/Critical Care                         Interest in Echocardiography

Dr. John Maybee 
Anesthesia/Critical Care                                                   Site Preceptor, PGY-1 Airway/Respiratory Rotation

Dr. Karim Soliman 
General Internal Medicine/Critical Care                         Critical Care Outreach Lead

Dr. Carolyn Tram
General Internal Medicine/Critical Care 

Dr. Randy Wax 
General Internal Medicine/Critical Care                          Medical Director/Chief, Section of Critical Care

Amanda Aquilina
Lakeridge Health Critical Care Contact

Gail Patterson
Lakeridge Health Administrative Contact

 

Lakeridge Health Oshawa ICU Orientation Information

Orientation information for residents doing CCM rotations at Lakeridge Health Oshawa

LHO ICU Orientation PowerPoint

PGY1 - Airway Management Rotation

PGY1 - RT Day Goals and Objectives

Organ Donation in Ontario:  A Guide for Critical Care Residents

 

Critical Care Articles

Comfort Care for Patients Dying

SAFE Trial NEJM 2004

Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock

Targeted Temperature Management at 33C versus 36C after Cardiac Arrest

VASST NEJM 2008

Preoxygenation and Prevention of Desaturation During Emergency Airway Management

 

Nutrition in the ICU

Nutrition Therapy in Critical Care

 

Post-Operative Patient Care

Post-Operative Esophagectomy Care

 

Research Trials in the ICU

ATHOS Study

EUPHRATES Study

 

Video Links

EZ-IO

Central Line Insertion

Arterial Line Insertion

ATS Lecture Series

 

ICU and Infectious Disease

A Multicentre Randomized Trial of Continuous versus Intermittent B lactam infusions 2015

Can J Infect Dis Med Microbiol 2015 Valiquette

CID 2012 Dulhunty Continuous Infusion of Beta-Lactam Antibiotics in Severe Sepsis.  A Multicentre Double-Blind Randomized Controlled Trial

Duration of Antibiotic therapy bacteremia

Nejoma 1411162