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Editorial Debate ~ Hans Flaatten and Michael Darmon. A nephrologist should be consulted in all cases of acute kidney injury in the ICU: yes.
Editorial Debate ~John A. Kellum and Eric A. J. Hoste. A nephrologist should be consulted in all cases of acute kidney injury in the ICU: No.
Editorial Debate ~ Miet Schetz and Matthieu Legrand. A nephrologist should be consulted in all cases of acute kidney injury in the ICU: We are not sure.
Original ~ Carol L. Hodgson et al. The impact of disability in survivors of critical illness.
What's New in Intensive Care ~ Paul M. Palevsky and Kathleen D. Liu. What endpoints should not be used for clinical studies of acute kidney injury?
What's New in Intensive Care ~ Frederik H. Verbrugge et al. Diuretics in cardiorenal syndrome: what’s new?
Editorial ~ Paolo Taccone et al. Do we really need postoperative ICU management after elective surgery? No, not any more!
What's New in Intensive Care ~ Antoine Schneider et al. What’s new: prevention of acute dialysis catheter-related infection.
What's New in Intensive Care ~ Kusum S. Mathews and Judith E. Nelson. Palliative care in the ICU of 2050: past is prologue.
Correspondence ~ Maarten Nijsten et al. The fractal lightning burn results from a positively charged strike : Discussion on "Resuscitated unconscious male: Lichtenberg's sign lighting the way".
Correspondence ~ Elias Baedorf Kassis et al. A fixed correction of absolute transpulmonary pressure may not be ideal for clinical use : Discussion on “Accuracy of oesophageal pressure to assess transpulmonary pressure during mechanical ventilation”.
Correspondence ~ Gabriel Preda et al. Discussion on “A randomised clinical trial of ultrasound-guided infra-clavicular cannulation of the subclavian vein in cardiac surgical patients: short-axis versus long-axis approach”.
Letter ~ Samiran Ray et al. Risk of over-diagnosis of hypotension in children: a comparative analysis of over 50,000 blood pressure measurements.