SPEAKER SPOTLIGHT – Prof. Alain Combes – Keynote Lecture

ECMO after EOLIA – what’s next?   icTV Interview with Monday’s Keynote lecturer, Alain Combes, Professor of Intensive Care Medicine at the Sorbonne University, Paris, and Head of the ICU Department at La Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital, Assistance Publique Hopitaux de Paris, France. The EOLIA Trial has highlighted that ECMO is a safe procedure that may benefit […]

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Burnout among Healthcare workers

Burnout among healthcare workers   icTV interview with Segun Olusanya, Clinical Fellow, North Hampshire Hospital, Basingstoke (United Kingdom). Burnout and “toxic workplaces” are a global healthcare problem. Young doctors are struggling, clinicians are leaving and colleagues are out on sick leave, suffering from depression. Why now? What can be done? Should departments be closed down? […]

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e-LIVES: LIVES 2018 Webcasts NOW online!

LIVES 2018 Webcasts NOW online! All the exclusive scientific content from this year’s 31st annual congress, LIVES 2018, is now available for all our members on our eLIVES platform. Recordings include 8 of the ESICM President’s Ground-Breaking Research Releases; 8 intensive care clinical trials and 8 Hot Topic Sessions – representing 24 of the most […]

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Intensive Care Medicine: Access the latest ONLINE FIRST papers

ICM ONLINE FIRST THIS WEEK (FREE ACCESS) Review ~ Mohamed Abbas et al. Conflicts of interest in infection prevention and control research: no smoke without fire. A narrative review. From the Inside ~ Han Yan and Keegan Guidolin. Her ICU bed. Original ~ Lara Hessels et al. Urinary creatinine excretion is related to short-term and […]

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ICM: ONLINE FIRST THIS WEEK

ONLINE FIRST THIS WEEK (FREE ACCESS) Letter ~ Marine Goudelin et al. Diagnostic capability of a next-generation, ultra-miniaturized ultrasound system in patients with cardiopulmonary compromise assessed using basic critical care echocardiography. What’s New in Intensive Care ~ Fekri Abroug et al. Scorpion envenomation: from a neglected to a helpful disease? Original ~ Li Weng et al. Sepsis-related mortality in China: a […]

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