ESICM endorsed UCARDS Survey on the use of Cardiovascular Drugs in Shock

Analysis of UCARDS Survey included in Current Use of Vasopressors in Septic Shock    We are very pleased to report that the recently-published article Current use of vasopressors in septic shock” Scheeren et al. Ann. Intensive Care (2019) 9:20 included analysis of the results of the ESICM endorsed UCARDS survey (on the Use of CARdiovascular Drugs in Shock), which […]

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SQUEEZE, a study endorsed by ESICM

SQUEEZE   SQUEEZE is the European Society of Anaesthesiology Clinical Trial Network (ESA CTN) sponsored study, endorsed by ESICM. Use of infused vasopressors in critically ill populations is associated with organ dysfunction and it has not been established if this relationship is true in postoperative populations. The goal of the survey is to evaluate the […]

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Faces from the ICU

Your stories matter   We would like to share with you the specially-commissioned film “ICU Faces”, which used personal accounts and real life experiences of ICU staff, patients and their families, from across Europe. Why did the Society decide to make such a film? Past President, Prof. Massimo Antonelli, answers this question… “Intensive care professionals […]

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e-LIVES: LIVES 2018 Webcasts NOW online!

LIVES 2018 Webcasts NOW online! All the exclusive scientific content from this year’s 31st annual congress, LIVES 2018, is now available for all our members on our eLIVES platform. Recordings include 8 of the ESICM President’s Ground-Breaking Research Releases; 8 intensive care clinical trials and 8 Hot Topic Sessions – representing 24 of the most […]

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THE HOTTEST TRIALS RESULTS IN ICM: Videos & links!

HOT TOPICS SESSION Wednesday October 24th #LIVES2018      With eight scientific trials, presented for the first time, this highly anticipated Hot Topics session is sure to generate some discussion across the field. Papers from several trials in this session will be simultaneously published in major medical journals and results have been embargoed until the session begins… […]

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