We are an organization with the mission to change the way intensive care is delivered in the world today using this platform for providing FREE Bedside Intensive Care Education to every healthcare professional involved in care of critically ill patients. The BEDSIDE in ESBICM® represents the art of clinical examination, data interpretation and diagnosis at the patient bedside which plays a very crucial role in the management of managing critically ill patients in ICU. ESBICM® aims at reviving this very art in the Intensive Care Units which often at times takes a backseat with the fast evolution of modern medicine. This translates into providing better and crucial care not only in the well-equipped center(s), but also in small and the most remote ICU(s) of the world where modern facilities are often lacking. Read ‘What we do’ section to know more about us and once again welcome on this very exciting journey of learning with ESBICM® – Educational Society of Bedside Intensive Care Medicine!
The ICU Channel has become the main video platform for ESBICM educational videos. It aims to cover the full Intensive Care syllabus along with day to day bedside practical teachings and how to handle the challenges.
If you have any doubt related to a video topic, you can ask in the “comments” section of that particular video or if a detailed explanation is required, you can ask on the ESBICM discussion forums.
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This was a very informative, comprehensive , encompassing all students, teachers alike, thanks a lot for sharing such great session….
@bardaasht007The ICU Channel member
First and foremost, I would like to commend you on your exceptional teaching skills. Despite being physically distant from you, I could feel the energy and passion radiating through your words and gestures. Your ability to captivate and engage your audience is truly remarkable, and it made the learning experience all the more enriching. It is evident that you possess a rare talent for simplifying intricate ideas without compromising their essence. This skill, combined with your infectious enthusiasm, has undoubtedly made a lasting impact on me as a learner..
smilesfornafisaThe ICU Channel member
Thank you so much sir. For such a wonderful session on ventilation.
@ShyamSundar-wt9drThe ICU Channel
I am proud of Dr. Ankur and his enthusiasm in training youngsters. This channel is all his effort and I am honored and privileged to be able to contribute to his selfless initiative. Dear Ankur, continue this wonderful work, more teachers will join the channel. Remember the saying ” Mai chalta gaya, loog judthe gaye, Carva banta gaya”…meaning I started on this journey alone, good people kept joining with me, and soon a Caravan took shape.
Dr. P. K. JainChairman, CCEF
thank you! intubating for the first time today in the operating room.
laurenbasso45The ICU Channel member
Feels like listening TedX talks I will try to implement some values in my behavior out of 20 values that you discussed sir to have balance in house and work deeds.
sarangjaiswal3789The ICU channel member
Marvellous clinical skill
narmadaskinclinic6750The ICU channel member
Sir , i work in ICU In nepal as Mo, have faced similar scenario , who needed, emergenecy exp-lap. thank you
shankarrimal4611The ICU Channel member
Well highlighted. This is an important aspect of clear communication , to prevent unpleasant altercations. Better stance ,honesty & sincere body language will mitigate any medicolegal issues. Enjoyed the behind the scenes bungling
vijayalakshmicmsunderaj595The ICU Channel member
Good discussion sir with great efforts. Sir I am a Pediatrician but still your video keeps stick me to watch till end.
GauravKumar-st1cdThe ICU Channel Member
Really Clear Explanation Sir.. Thank you so much for Sharing Such an imp information regarding Critical care
drrajbhaiyarajput4182The ICU Channel member
Thank u thank u soo soo much sir……when u didnt replied to my request …i thought how stupid of me to request a DOCTOR to teach the basics of ICU…I felt very bad….but u proved me wrong Sir……its so humble and generous of u…most of the time I met the doctors in ICU are very stubborn and arrogant bt u r very down to earth…once again thanks a lot and keep motivating us by such useful and knowledgeable vdos….luv from a fresher nurse…
parveenkhan2924The ICU Channel member
I started working in ICU n hdu during COVID,and I started watching Ur videos n it helped me alot in dealing with CPAP n bipap n ventilator settings, I have learned so much from u thanku so much Dr….GOD BLESS YOU
dranamjan6138The ICU Channel member
Its really helpful video to clarify my knowledge and make me get better , thnku for such basic and useful information
shubhamnpandey1712The ICU channel member
I didn’t even search for this video it was showing in home screen and my first icu duty will start from day after tomorrow. What a coincidence
strange7529The ICU Channel member
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“BEDSIDE medicine when applied to Intensive Care DOES wonders, both for the ICU team and patients. ESBICM® aims to revive & spread this clinical art and will continue to do it free for healthcare professionals, forever.”
Dr. Ankur Gupta, Intensivist, Learning teacher and Founder President, ESBICM