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Oxygen Therapy in AMI?

EJRC Article Review A new perspective for Oxygen Therapy in Suspected Acute Myocardial Infarction   Traditional treatment for patients with suspected acute myocardial infarction (AMI) includes morphine, oxygen, nitroglycerine and aspirin. According to the European Society of Cardiology Guidelines for the management of AMI, oxygen is recommended in patients with ST-segment elevation in case of […]

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WHAT’S NEW IN ICM? (ONLINE FIRST)

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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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Can levosimendan prevent postoperative low cardiac output syndrome?

(icTV) Commentary on the LICORN Randomised Clinical Trial Jean-Paul Mira shares his thoughts on the LICORN trial which sought to answer the question: Does a prophylactic levosimendan infusion reduce the incidence of postoperative low cardiac output syndrome in patients with impaired left ventricular function who are undergoing isolated or combined coronary artery bypass grafting surgery under […]

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HOT TOPIC RESULTS ~ The TRANSFUSE Trial

(icTV) Interview with Jamie Cooper In this icTV interview, Jamie Cooper (Melbourne, Australia) reveals results from the TRANSFUSE study, a randomised controlled trial of standard issue transfusion versus fresher red blood cell use in intensive care and he discusses the possible clinical implications of these findings. The full TRANSFUSE Trial results were presented for the […]

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