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ICU Management of Acute Severe Pancreatitis

The management of acute severe pancreatitis (ASP) in the ICU involves a multifaceted approach to stabilize the patient and prevent complications. Initial management focuses on aggressive fluid resuscitation with lactated Ringer's solution, hemodynamic monitoring, and the use of vasopressors if necessary. Respiratory support may include oxygen therapy or mechanical ventilation for cases of acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). Pain control is primarily achieved with opioids, supplemented by non-opioid analgesics. Early enteral nutrition is preferred to maintain gut integrity, while parenteral nutrition is reserved for intolerant patients. Close monitoring for complications such as infected pancreatic necrosis and acute kidney injury is essential, with appropriate interventions as needed. A multidisciplinary team approach ensures comprehensive care and improves patient outcomes.

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Dr. Rishabh Kumar Mittal

Associate Director & Head Department of Critical Care Medicine Sarvodaya Healthcare, Faridabad

Dr Rishabh Kumar Mittal is a well known intensive care physician having more than 12 years ofexperience in the field of Critical Care Medicine. After completing his post graduation from prestigious S.M.S Medical College and attached group hospitals , Jaipur; he ventured in the field of Critical Care Medicine and completed F.N.B in Critical Care Medicine from Fortis Escorts Heart Institute, New Delhi. He is an astute clinician and academician and is a teacher & guide for DrNB,F.N.B, IDCCM, IFCCM and IDCCN courses in Critical Care Medicine. He has published many articles in indexed journals and has written many chapter in various critical care medicine books. He has delivered many talks in Critical Care and Anaesthesiology National and International conferences. His key areas of interest are Nutrition in Critically ill, Ventilation in ARDS patients , ECMO, Gastro Critical care, Post organ transplant care and antibiotic stewardship in Critical Care. Before joining Max Hospital , Dr Rishabh has served as academic coordinator and In-charge of Gastro Medical & Liver Transplant Intensive care units at Fortis Escorts Hospital, New Delhi.

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  • 18th-June-2024, TIME : 6:30PM - 7:30PM
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The management of acute severe pancreatitis (ASP) in the ICU involves a multifaceted approach to stabilize the patient and prevent complications. Initial management focuses on aggressive fluid resuscitation with lactated Ringer's solution, hemodynamic monitoring, and the use of vasopressors if necessary. Respiratory support may include oxygen therapy or mechanical ventilation for cases of acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). Pain control is primarily achieved with opioids, supplemented by non-opioid analgesics. Early enteral nutrition is preferred to maintain gut integrity, while parenteral nutrition is reserved for intolerant patients. Close monitoring for complications such as infected pancreatic necrosis and acute kidney injury is essential, with appropriate interventions as needed. A multidisciplinary team approach ensures comprehensive care and improves patient outcomes.

webinar
Dr. Rishabh Kumar Mittal
  • 18th-June-2024, TIME : 6:30PM - 7:30PM
  • 0

The management of acute severe pancreatitis (ASP) in the ICU involves a multifaceted approach to stabilize the patient and prevent complications. Initial management focuses on aggressive fluid resuscitation with lactated Ringer's solution, hemodynamic monitoring, and the use of vasopressors if necessary. Respiratory support may include oxygen therapy or mechanical ventilation for cases of acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). Pain control is primarily achieved with opioids, supplemented by non-opioid analgesics. Early enteral nutrition is preferred to maintain gut integrity, while parenteral nutrition is reserved for intolerant patients. Close monitoring for complications such as infected pancreatic necrosis and acute kidney injury is essential, with appropriate interventions as needed. A multidisciplinary team approach ensures comprehensive care and improves patient outcomes.