Sleep: How crucial is it in the ICU?

Sleep: How crucial is it in the ICU? EJRC ARTICLE REVIEW   Sleeping is one of the most pleasant and essential activities that human do. However, when a patient is admitted to the hospital, and more importantly, to the ICU, sleeping falls to the bottom of the “priorities list” due to the acuity and severity […]

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(icTV) Cardiovascular disease and septic shock: Clues from the CSE enzyme

Article Focus ICMx Editor-In-Chief-elect Peter Radermacher discusses groundbreaking translational porcine research from a recent paper published in Intensive Care Medicine Experimental focused on the association between the H2S-producing cystathionine-γ-lyase enzyme and cardiovascular disease and septic shock. Read the article here (Free access): Cardiovascular disease and resuscitated septic shock lead to the downregulation of the H2S-producing enzyme […]

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e-LIVES: July/August webcast highlights

e-LIVES: July/August Highlights Top Metabolism, Endocrinology & Nutrition (MEN) Sessions   This month we feature 3 top sessions from LIVES 2017 in Vienna selected by Section Chair Carole Ichai: Personalised nutritional support Chloride: An underestimated foe Hyperlactataemia in sepsis This EXCLUSIVE CONTENT is available for all on our e-LIVES platform for a limited time… Watch these webcasts now!   […]

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Is Trimodulin a safe and beneficial adjuvant therapy for adult patients with sCAP?

Is Trimodulin a safe and beneficial adjuvant therapy for adult patients with sCAP? EJRC Article Review Severe community-acquired pneumonia (sCAP) remains associated with high mortality despite widespread use of supportive care and targeted antibiotic therapy. Evidence suggests that IgM-enriched Immunoglobulin preparations are associated with a decrease in mortality in severe sepsis and septic shock. In […]

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