Top thematic articles from the Intensive Care Medicine Journal
If you are an ESICM member, you are entitled to an annual subscription to the ICM journal, the publication platform for the communication and exchange of current work and ideas in intensive care medicine.
Each month, we will bring you a selection of past original papers, educational articles, discussions, brief reports and correspondence related to our topic of the month.
October’s resources are focused on Acute Kidney Injury (AKI Section):
Uhel F. et al. ~ Mortality and host response aberrations associated with transient and persistent acute kidney injury in critically ill patients with sepsis: a prospective cohort study
Vaara S.T. et al. ~ Restrictive fluid management versus usual care in acute kidney injury (REVERSE-AKI): a pilot randomized controlled feasibility trial
Ramanan M. et al. ~ Sodium chloride or Plasmalyte-148 evaluation in severe diabetic ketoacidosis (SCOPE-DKA): a cluster, crossover, randomized, controlled trial
Gabarre P. et al. ~ Acute kidney injury in critically ill patients with COVID-19
Pickkers P. et al. ~ Acute kidney injury in the critically ill: an updated review on pathophysiology and management
Kashani K.B., Schneider A.G. and Ricci Z. ~ Biomarker of persistent acute kidney injury: another gemstone in the jewelry box
Darmon M., Hoste E. & Schetz M. ~ Focus on metabolism, acute kidney injury and its influence on systemic organs
Besen B.A.M.P. et al. ~ Fluid management in diabetic ketoacidosis: new tricks for old dogs?
Pan X.-w. et al. ~ Identification of a potential mechanism of acute kidney injury during the COVID-19 outbreak: a study based on single-cell transcriptome analysis
Stanski N.L. et al. ~ Severe acute kidney injury is independently associated with mortality in children with septic shock
More high-quality articles from the ICM Journal, here.