Round up ~ Dec 18

Here is a round up of the newest ICM ONLINE FIRST articles, featuring high quality research on varying topics in intensive care:

Original ~ Circulating phthalates during critical illness in children are associated with long-term attention deficit: a study of a development and a validation cohort. S. Verstraete, I. Vanhorebeek, A. Covaci, F. Güiza, G. Malarvannan, P. G. Jorens, G. Van den Berghe    

Editorial ~ What do we treat when we treat ARDS?  Takeshi Yoshida, John F. Boylan, Brian P. Kavanagh       

Letter ~ Introduction of a manual mobile cassette positioning device for chest X-ray examinations on intensive care patients. Stefan B. Schäfer, Ilse Roswag, Gabriele A. Krombach       

Seven-Day Profile Publication ~ Acute cor pulmonale during protective ventilation for acute respiratory distress syndrome: prevalence, predictors, and clinical impact. Armand Mekontso Dessap, Florence Boissier, Cyril Charron, Emmanuelle Bégot, Xavier Repessé, Annick Legras, Christian Brun-Buisson, Philippe Vignon, Antoine Vieillard-Baron        

Imaging in Intensive Care Medicine? ~ An ultrasonographic sign of intrapulmonary shunt. Silvia Mongodi, Bélaïd Bouhemad, Giorgio Antonio Iotti, Francesco Mojoli       

Letter ~ Long-term survival after extracorporeal life support in children with neutropenic sepsis. Sile Smith, Warwick Butt, Derek Best, Graeme MacLaren      

Systematic Review ~ Systematic review including re-analyses of 1148 individual data sets of central venous pressure as a predictor of fluid responsiveness. T. G. Eskesen, M. Wetterslev, A. Perner        

Editorial ~ Night shifts, human factors, and errors in the ICU: a causal pathway? F. Rubulotta, D. C. Scales, S. D. Halpern      

Editorial ~ Is LiFe worth living? It all depends on the liver. Stephen Warrillow, Manuel E. Herrera-Gutiérrez     

Editorial ~ Is this critically ill patient immunocompromised? Frédéric Pène, Peter Pickkers, Richard S. Hotchkiss     

Systematic Review ~ Health-related quality-of-life among survivors of acute kidney injury in the intensive care unit: a systematic review. Pierre-Marc Villeneuve, Edward G. Clark, Lindsey Sikora, Manish M. Sood, Sean M. Bagshaw    

Letter ~ Transportation of children on extracorporeal membrane oxygenation: one-year experience of the first neonatal and paediatric mobile ECMO team in the north of France. J. Rambaud, P. L. Léger, M. Larroquet, A. Amblard, N. Lodé, J. Guilbert, S. Jean, I. Guellec, I. Casadevall, K. Kessous| H. Walti, R. Carbajal 

Editorial ~ Be early for enteral, no rush for calories! Jean-Charles Preiser, Yaseen M. Arabi       

Original ~ Septic shock in chronic dialysis patients: clinical characteristics, antimicrobial therapy and mortality. Edward Clark, Anand Kumar, Amit Langote, Stephen Lapinsky, Peter Dodek, Andreas Kramer, Gordon Wood, Sean M. Bagshaw, Ken Wood, Dave Gurka, Manish M. Sood

Paediatric Original (open access) ~ A randomised controlled trial of daily sedation interruption in critically ill children. Nienke J. Vet, Saskia N. de Wildt, Carin W. M. Verlaat, Catherijne A. J. Knibbe, Miriam G. Mooij, Job B. M. van Woensel, Joost van Rosmalen, Dick Tibboel, Matthijs de Hoog        

Original ~ Aerosol therapy in intensive and intermediate care units: prospective observation of 2808 critically ill patients. Stephan Ehrmann, Ferran Roche-Campo, Laetitia Bodet-Contentin, Keyvan Razazi, Jonathan Dugernier, Josep Trenado-Alvarez, Alexis Donzeau, François Vermeulen, David Thévoz, Metaxia Papanikolaou, Antoine Edelson, Héctor León Yoshido, Lise Piquilloud, Karim Lakhal, Carlos Lopes, Carlos Vicent, Arnaud Desachy, Gabriela Apiou-Sbirlea, Daniel Isabey, Laurent Brochard  

What's New in Intensive Care ~ Can this patient be safely discharged from the ICU? Andrew A. Kramer, Thomas L. Higgins, Jack E. Zimmerman        

Systematic Review ~ Incidence and associations of acute kidney injury after major abdominal surgery. M. E. O’Connor, C. J. Kirwan, R. M. Pearse, J. R. Prowle 

Editorial ~ The ethics of migration and critical illness. Julian Bion, Elie Azoulay 

Editorial ~ Tolerance to sedative drugs in PICU: can it be moderated or is it immutable? Andrew R. Wolf, Bronagh Blackwood, Brian Anderson       

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