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December 9, 2016

ONLINE FIRST round up + ICM Pulse

December 9th, 2016

Enjoy this latest ICM Pulse short video on the most recent long-term research on decline patterns and predictors in ARDS patients here and a round up of all of the newest ONLINE FIRST articles hot off of the presses below…

 

Imaging in Intensive Care Medicine ~ Komaru and Inokuchi. Steeple sign and narrowed upper airway in an influenza patient.          

Letter ~ Corley et al. High-flow oxygen via tracheostomy improves oxygenation in patients weaning from mechanical ventilation: a randomised crossover study.

Letter ~ Ruggeri et al. Peripheral VA-ECMO venous cannulation: which side for the femoral cannula?

Editorial ~ Arabi et al. Intensive Care Medicine in 2050: Global perspectives.        

Letter ~ Madelaine et al. Invasive meningococcal disease-induced myocarditis in critically ill adult patients: initial presentation and long-term outcome.

Letter ~ Giannini et al. Parental presence in Italian paediatric intensive care units: a reappraisal of current visiting policies.

Letter ~ IJssennagger et al. A new speech enhancement device for critically ill patients with communication problems: a prospective feasibility study.

Letter ~ Medrinal et al. Is overlap of respiratory and limb muscle weakness at weaning from mechanical ventilation associated with poorer outcomes?  

Editorial ~ Pappachan et al. Paediatric cardiopulmonary bypass surgery: the challenges of heterogeneity and identifying a meaningful endpoint for clinical trials.  

Systematic Review ~ Tipping et al. The effects of active mobilisation and rehabilitation in ICU on mortality and function: a systematic review.      

Editorial ~ Ball et al. High-flow nasal cannula in the postoperative period: is positive pressure the phantom of the OPERA trial?  

Editorial ~ Aneman and Macdonald. Arteriovenous extracorporeal membrane oxygenation for cardiac arrest/cardiogenic shock.

Imaging in Intensive Care Medicine ~ Pozzi et al. Bedside multimodal imaging of hemidiaphragm palsy after spinal cord injury.

From the Inside ~ García-Salido and Serrano-González. Knock, knock, knockin’… on critical care’s door.
   

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