(icTV) Consensus on the assessment of sublingual microcirculation in critically ill patients

Commentary Thomas Scheeren, Chair of the Cardiovascular Section discusses a recent paper published in Intensive Care Medicine focused on microcirculation. Read the article here (Free access): Can Ince et al. Second consensus on the assessment of sublingual microcirculation in critically ill patients: results from a task force of the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine. […]

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(icTV) Treating Multi-Drug Resistant Infections

What do we need to fight MDR infections in our patients? In this icTV video, Matteo Bassetti discusses his thoughts on where we are in regards to treatment of multi-drug resistant infections in critically ill patients. Find out more about MDR in the paper from Intensive Care Medicine (ICM): The intensive care medicine research agenda on multi-drug […]

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(icTV) The next decade: Candida and Aspergillus infections in the ICU

Where are we with regards to fighting fungal infections in our patients? Matteo Bassetti shares his thoughts on this important topic in this new icTV interview linked to the recently published paper in Intensive Care Medicine (ICM): Intensive care medicine research agenda on invasive fungal infection in critically ill patients. Want to access other expert papers focused on future […]

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Do higher versus lower blood pressure targets reduce 28-day mortality in patients in shock?

icTV interview with François Lamontagne   In this icTV interview, François Lamontagne discusses the results of his patient‑data meta‑analysis of recent trials, which aimed to answer the research question: ‘In adult patients who are in shock, do higher versus lower blood pressure targets reduce 28-day mortality overall, or in subgroups defined by chronic hypertension, congestive […]

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(icTV) Airways, invasive and noninvasive mechanical ventilation

What are the current advances in mechanical ventilation? Where do we go from here? Samir Jaber discusses the article focused on airways, invasive and noninvasive mechanical ventilation from the special research agenda issue of Intensive Care Medicine (ICM). Read this free access paper in ICM here. Interested in reading the other topical research agenda papers […]

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Sepsis: Effect of a multifaceted educational intervention for anti-infectious measures on mortality

icTV interview with author Frank Bloos   In this icTV interview, Frank Bloos discusses the results of his prospective cluster-randomised trial MEDUSA – Medical Education for Sepsis Source Control and Antibiotics, which aimed to confirm that shortening the time to initiation of AT improves patient survival and evaluated the potential benefit of a multifaceted educational […]

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(icTV) Critically ill oncology and haematology patients

SPECIAL ISSUE: The Research Agenda in Intensive Care Medicine The Editor in Chief of Intensive Care Medicine (ICM) Élie Azoulay discusses the recent issue of the journal focused on where we are with regards to research in specific disciplines within intensive care. He delves into the some important messages from the paper exploring the research […]

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