Jonathan Pickos, DO

EMRA Ultrasound Committee Vice Chair, 2018-2019
EMRA Medical Student Council Midwest Coordinator, 2018-2019
EMRA Medical Student Council Great Plains Representative, 2017-2018 

Residency: Detroit Receiving
Medical school: Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine

A nationwide registry has shown targeted temperature management at a lower core temperature led to significantly better neurologic outcomes and survival at 30 days in patients with moderately severe p
This Critical Care Alert examines a study of VA-ECMO on survival and predictors of mortality in patients who suffered massive pulmonary embolism-related cardiac arrest.
Non-acetaminophen-related causes of acute liver failure are inevitably going to present in the emergency department, and acknowledging that NAC likely has a place in the care of these patients is impo
When and what type of IV fluid should you administer for critically ill patients in order to achieve the best outcome in terms of sepsis? This study examines balanced fluid resuscitation started in th
The ideal oxygenation goal in patients with acute respiratory failure in the ICU remains unclear. The HOT ICU trial seeks to provide insight.
The latest EMRA Critical Care Alert examines a study that questions whether ultra-short-acting beta-blockers, such as esmolol and landiolol, reduced 28-day mortality in septic patients with persistent
Two recent papers offer insight into the use of peripheral IVs to administer vasopressors. Will these studies change your practice for critically ill patients in the emergency department?
What is possible with highly coordinated ECMO-facilitated cardiopulmonary resuscitation? A recent study demonstrates the value of exploring interesting alternatives such as ECMO cannulation in the eme
Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) is a life-threatening form of respiratory failure characterized by massive inflammation leading to pulmonary edema, decruitment of alveoli, and hypoxemia. De
The STAAMP Trial results show TXA, with a thus far demonstrated low adverse event rate, should be considered in all trauma patients as early as feasibly possible, and those with more severe forms of s
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