ARTICLES ~ MAY 13, 2016
PRO CON ~ Dimopoulos et al. In 2035, will all bacteria be multiresistant? Yes.
PRO CON ~ Barbier et al. In 2035, will all bacteria be multidrug-resistant? No.
PRO CON ~ Laupland et al. In 2035, will all bacteria be multidrug resistant? We are not sure.
Original ~ Paul et al. Delayed awakening after cardiac arrest: prevalence and risk factors in the Parisian registry.
What's New in Intensive Care ~ Via et al. Ten situations where inferior vena cava ultrasound may fail to accurately predict fluid responsiveness: a physiologically based point of view.
What's New in Intensive Care ~ Thiery et al. Zika virus-associated Guillain–Barré syndrome: a warning for critical care physicians.
Imaging in Intensive Care Medicine ~ Mazloum et al. Hypermucoviscous Klebsiella pneumoniae pneumonia: follow the string!
Editorial ~ Agbeko et al. Mind over matter? Pain, withdrawal and sedation in paediatric critical care.
Imaging in Intensive Care Medicine ~ Schaeffer et al. Cerebral venous sinus thrombosis and intracranial hemorrhage: a rare but classic complication of otorhinolaryngology infections.
Conference Reports and Expert Panel ~ Teboul et al. Less invasive haemodynamic monitoring in critically ill patients.
Original ~ Cottereau et al. ICU physicians’ and nurses’ perceptions of terminal extubation and terminal weaning: a self-questionnaire study.
What's New in Intensive Care ~ Marik P E. Tight glycemic control in acutely ill patients: low evidence of benefit, high evidence of harm!
What's New in Intensive Care ~ Preiser and Oudemans-van Straaten. Glycemic control: please agree to disagree.
What's New in Intensive Care ~ Gunst and Van den Berghe. Blood glucose control in the ICU: don’t throw out the baby with the bathwater!
Original ~ van Lieshout et al. Nurses versus physician-led interhospital critical care transport: a randomised non-inferiority trial.