(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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HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM YOUR SOCIETY…

  Happy Holidays from your Society… This celebratory 35th year has been an empowering one for ESICM and intensive care medicine globally. We would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you – our valued members, partners and colleagues for your support over the past year and wish you a […]

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Extracorporeal life support: What do we need?

Meet the expert ~ Alain Combes In this brief icTV interview, Co-Principal Investigator of SUPERNOVA Alain Combes discusses the research agenda for extracorporeal life support and teases the topical paper published in Intensive Care Medicine, which details the data we currently have on ECMO and what researchers need to focus on in terms of future […]

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Intensive care unit-acquired weakness: The next challenge

Meet the expert ~ Derek Angus   In this icTV interview, Derek Angus provides some background on the intensive care unit-acquired weakness (ICUAW) syndrome and discusses the key questions that still must be answered with future research studies. A paper on the research agenda for ICUAW was recently published in Intensive Care Medicine. Access the […]

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