August 19, 2022

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Psychological distress and morbidity of family members experiencing virtual visiting in intensive care during COVID-19: an observational cohort study
Louise R. et al.

Association of vancomycin plus piperacillin–tazobactam with early changes in creatinine versus cystatin C in critically ill adults: a prospective cohort study
Miano T. A. et al.

Special Issue Insight
Lung and diaphragm protective ventilation guided by the esophageal pressure
Chiumello D. et al.

Monitoring pain in the intensive care unit (ICU)
Chanques G. and Gélina C.

Timing of early mobilization to optimize outcomes in mechanically ventilated ICU patients
Schweickert W.D.

Continuous intra-abdominal pressure: is it ready for prime time?
Malbrain M. L. N. G. et al.

Lasting Legacy in Intensive Care Medicine
Evolution of sedation management in the intensive care unit (ICU)
Stollings J.L.

Everything you need to know about deresuscitation
Malbrain M. L. N. G. et al.

Protective ventilation
Juffermans N.P. et al.

What’s New in Intensive Care
What is new in perioperative dysglycemia?
Long M.T. et al.

Understanding the disease
Trauma-induced coagulopathy
Kleinveld D.J.B. et al.

Narrative Review 
Machines that save lives in the intensive care unit: the ultrasonography machine
Mayo P.H. et al.

Respiratory indications for ECMO: focus on COVID-19
Supady A. et al.

A new possibility: gene-expression-based diagnostics for presymptomatic diagnosis of hospital-acquired infections
Moita L.F. et al.

Effects of small volume resuscitation with hypertonic saline on body water distribution in ICU patients after cardiac surgery
Waskowski J. et al.

Comparison of radiographic pneumothorax and pneumomediastinum in COVID-19 vs. non-COVID-19 acute respiratory distress syndrome
Knox D.B. et al.

The moral problems with time-limited trials at the end-of-life, especially when clinicians and patients have different goals
Donaldson T.M.

What’s wrong with the ten myths about albumin: three layers for an indisputable dispute
Chaïbi K. et al.

On myths about albumin and misconceptions that cause confusion: authors’ reply to “What’s wrong with the ten myths about albumin: three layers for an indisputable dispute”
Joannidis M. et al.

Frailty in the ICU: information is the required first step
Darvall J.N. et al.


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