ICM: THE NEWEST ARTICLES

ONLINE FIRST THIS WEEK (FREE ACCESS)   Original ~ Claude Guérin et al. A prospective international observational prevalence study on prone positioning of ARDS patients: the APRONET (ARDS Prone Position Network) study. Systematic Review ~ Tomoko Fujii et al. Polymyxin B-immobilised haemoperfusion and mortality in critically ill adult patients with sepsis/septic shock: a systematic review […]

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ICM: ONLINE FIRST THIS WEEK

ONLINE FIRST THIS WEEK (FREE ACCESS)   What’s New in Intensive Care ~ Stephen M. Pastores et al. Guidelines for the diagnosis and management of critical illness-related corticosteroid insufficiency (CIRCI) in critically ill patients (Part II): Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) and European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM) 2017. Editorial ~ Carmel Montgomery […]

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ICM ~ ONLINE FIRST THIS WEEK

RCTs and Guidelines released at LIVES 2017 (FREE ACCESS)   Seven day profile publication ~ Perner et al. Early goal-directed nutrition versus standard of care in adult intensive care patients: the single-centre, randomised, outcome assessor-blinded EAT-ICU trial. icTV interview with author Original ~ Kang et al. Early application of airway pressure release ventilation may reduce the […]

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ICM FREE ACCESS: YOUR ONLINE FIRST THIS WEEK

ONLINE FIRST THIS WEEK Enjoy our weekly ONLINE FIRST articles published in Intensive Care Medicine: What’s New in Intensive Care ~ Antoni Torres et al.  Research in community-acquired pneumonia: the next steps. Letter ~ Tomohide Yamada et al. Glycaemic control, mortality, secondary infection, and hypoglycaemia in critically ill paediatric patients: a systematic review and network meta-analysis […]

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ICM ~ The newest ONLINE FIRST articles

ONLINE FIRST THIS WEEK (FREE ACCESS)   Letter ~ Maxime Coutrot et al. Euglycemic ketoacidosis, a common and underecognised complication of continuous renal replacement therapy using glucose-free solutions. From the Inside ~ Daniel Brodie et al. There’s more to medicine than machines. What’s New in Intensive Care ~ Matthieu Schmidt et al. Have we averted deaths using venoarterial […]

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