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(icTV) FUTURE CLINICAL TRIALS: Start with well designed animal studies…

ICM Experimental Update In this icTV interview, Mervyn Singer, Editor-in-Chief of Intensive Care Medicine Experimental (ICMx) updates us on the journal, now in its fourth year. In light of the current trend of neutral clinical trial results, he also discusses the importance of researchers refocusing on designing foundational animal studies, which can be translated into […]

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What can you do to halt AMR in your unit?

3 top strategies to fight antimicrobial resistance in the ICU   To support the 10th European Antibiotic Awareness Day and World Antiobiotic Awareness Week, November 13-19, the ANTARCTICA (ANTimicrobiAl Resistance CriTIcal CAre) – coalition, launched a call for increased awareness and action among intensive care and infectious diseases healthcare professionals to reduce antimicrobial resistance (AMR) […]

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Science has no borders.

EuroAsia 2018 Hong Kong April 12-14, 2018 This 2nd annual conference brings the best international intensive care topics and experts together in Asia for an innovative scientific programme that builds on the success of the first… Featuring a top international faculty & more interactive case-based sessions on the hottest topics in ICM! Watch this short […]

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Antimicrobial Resistance: CALL FOR ACTION

Facing the AMR challenge & providing solutions for critically ill patients 10th European Antibiotic Awareness Day Brussels, 15 November 2017. Patients in European intensive care units (ICUs) are increasingly suffering from infections caused by multidrug-resistant bacteria, which is associated with increased costs and worse outcome. The European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM) and the […]

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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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Sneak peek @ LIVES 2018

Are you as excited as we are for the next annual congress? Join us in Paris October 21-24, 2018 for the 31st edition of the congress… It promises to be the biggest, brightest, most innovative meeting to date! Discover more in the coming months here. Want to explore all of the scientific content from LIVES […]

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NEXT Fellowships

What are NEXT fellowships? In this icTV video, Gennaro De Pascale discusses the free 5-day fellowship programme available for European NEXT members. What’s on offer for 2018? Learn more: Interested in applying for an upcoming fellowship? The new ARDS Management fellowship is accepting applications until November 27th (17:00 CET) Find out more here. […]

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UPDATE: CIRCI GUIDELINES – PART I & II NOW AVAILABLE

Critical illness-related corticosteroid insufficiency ACCESS FREE LINKS IN ICM   Three papers have been published in Intensive Care Medicine and Critical Care Medicine: REVIEW GUIDELINES – PART I GUIDELINES – PART II Want to know more? In this icTV interview, Djillali Annane shares key findings and recommendations from 2017 guidelines on critical illness related corticosteroid insufficiency (CIRCI). These new […]

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(icTV) COMMENTARY: THE WHO SEPSIS RESOLUTION

Making an impact on global sepsis awareness In this icTV interview, SCCM President Ruth Kleinpell comments on the 2017 World Health Organization (WHO) resolution to improve the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of sepsis. She delves into the continuing difficulties related to the recognition of sepsis on a global public scale and the need to support one […]

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