Fluid Physiology in 2020; the first month!

I redoubled efforts to have fluid physiology recognised as a subspecialty of intensive/ critical care medicine and anaesthesia/ anesthesiology with Podcasts on TopMedTalk, and was rewarded with an Endorsement from UCL’s Monty Mythen that reading the book could be “Career-changing”. Korbin Haycock, EM Physician at Loma Linda in California, called the book “Fantastic”. INTRODUCING CAREER…… Continue reading Fluid Physiology in 2020; the first month!

2020 – the year of the fluid physiologist?

Every critical care team needs its own super specialists and I have long believed that fluid physiology should be one of those super specialisms. I was therefore delighted to see this short if cryptic comment from the Smiths Medical Professor of Anaesthesia and Critical Care at University College London. Now, to get things in proportion,…… Continue reading 2020 – the year of the fluid physiologist?