Paul Young’s SMACC talk on ‘Fever, friend or Foe?’ got some of the most positive feedback ever seen on a speaker’s report card. This is his post on the subject of fever in the critically ill, along with the audio and the slides from SMACC.
A proud graduate of The Breakfast Club, Paul is an Intensivist in Wellington, New Zealand. According to his father, Paul studied medicine after performing a cost-effectiveness analysis of his own biomedical fragility – a champion runner as a youth, he now struggles with a zimmer frame. Although he started out in the ED, Paul feels physically ill whenever he steps foot there these days.| Google |
Paul is an Intensivist in Wellington, New Zealand. Although he started out in the ED, Paul now feels physically ill whenever he steps foot on the front line. | + Paul Young |
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