New SSC papers released & ONLINE FIRST this week
Intensive Care Medicine (ICM)
- Surviving Sepsis Campaign: Research priorities for sepsis and septic shock
- Increasing evidence-based interventions in patients with acute infections in a resource-limited setting: a before-and-after feasibility trial in Gitwe, Rwanda
Enjoy this weeks selection of ONLINE FIRST (Free Access) articles below:
What’s New in Intensive Care ~ Christian J. Wiedermann and Michael Joannidis. The Boldt scandal still in need of action: the example of colloids 10 years after initial suspicion of fraud.
Editorial ~ Hans Flaatten et al. Predicting outcomes in very old ICU patients: time to focus on the past?
Original ~ Laura Pietiläinen et al. Premorbid functional status as a predictor of 1-year mortality and functional status in intensive care patients aged 80 years or older.
Imaging in Intensive Care Medicine ~ M. Piastra et al. Uncommon barotrauma while on high-flow nasal cannula.
Editorial ~ Samuel M. Brown et al. Building communities of respect in the intensive care unit.
Original ~ Marianna Parlato et al. Circulating biomarkers may be unable to detect infection at the early phase of sepsis in ICU patients: the CAPTAIN prospective multicentre cohort study.
Imaging in Intensive Care Medicine ~ Gary Duclos et al. Concordance of longitudinal strain and MRI in a case of myocardial contusion in a patient with normal conventional 2D echocardiography.
Editorial ~ Thomas Bein. Driving pressure in obese ventilated patients: another brick in the (chest) wall.
Access more great new ONLINE FIRST articles on the ICM website, here.