Christopher is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology, Division of Critical Care Department of Emergency Medicine, University of California, San Diego.
Why I love to teach
I’m a faculty member in the Department of Anesthesiology, University of California San Diego (USCD). I served as the Assistant Residency Director and Medical Student Clerkship Director at the University of Oklahoma, then completed a fellowship in Anesthesia Critical Care Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital and I am currently the Anesthesiology Multidisciplinary Critical Care Fellowship Program Director at UCSD. I love teaching resuscitation, ultrasound, and critical thinking.
Courses with Christopher
Latest articles with Christopher
Coping with toxic overdose
Learn about the agents used to revive patients who have overdosed on beta-blockers and calcium channel blockers.
Managing cardiogenic shock
Learn about the reversible and irreversible causes of low cardiac output and how to be selective when choosing agents to manage these effectively.
Using methylene blue and hydroxocobalamin for shock
In this video, you'll learn about the use of methylene blue and hydroxocobalamin as vasopressors.
Leading a team through a resuscitation attempt
Master the foolproof strategies required for managing any resuscitation attempt effectively.
Resuscitating a patient with toxic overdose
In this video, you'll learn all about antidotes and how to use them to effectively resuscitate patients with opioid, calcium channer blocker, beta-blocker, or digoxin toxicity.
Using end-tidal capnometry
Learn about the physiological benefits and harms of artificial respiration during a resuscitation attempt.
Managing mixed-shock states
Learn how to manage shock when it manifests as a mixed-types case.
Determining when to perform cardiac catheterization
Know when you need to consider performing cardiac catheterization for your patient.
Using mechanical circulatory support
Gain an understanding of extracorporeal circulatory support and when to use it.
Discover the different medication options available to treat dysrhythmias and when to use them.
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