WHAT’S NEW IN ICM? (ONLINE FIRST)

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Diaphragm weakness in the ICU: What do we know?

ICM ARTICLE REVIEW Diaphragm weakness is common in intensive care. It is associated with increased mortality and failure to wean from ventilation. Its cause in intensive care is often multi-factorial, due to both disease processes and treatment side effects. Currently there are a number of effective preventative strategies and treatments with potential future treatments under […]

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HOT TOPIC RESULTS ~ ICE-CUBE 2

(icTV) Interview with Bertrand Guidet Does a programme to increase intensive care unit (ICU) use among critically ill elderly patients have a beneficial effect on long-term outcomes? Bertrand Guidet (Paris, France) discusses the Intensive Care for Elderly–CUB-Réa 2 (ICE-CUB 2) cluster-randomised clinical trial, which aimed to answer this question. The results from this trial were […]

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ICM ~ The newest ONLINE FIRST articles

ONLINE FIRST THIS WEEK (FREE ACCESS)   Letter ~ Maxime Coutrot et al. Euglycemic ketoacidosis, a common and underecognised complication of continuous renal replacement therapy using glucose-free solutions. From the Inside ~ Daniel Brodie et al. There’s more to medicine than machines. What’s New in Intensive Care ~ Matthieu Schmidt et al. Have we averted deaths using venoarterial […]

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