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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ICM ~ Your weekly ONLINE FIRST articles

ONLINE FIRST (FREE ACCESS)   Imaging in Intensive Care Medicine ~ Ashish Verma et al. Gastric perforation following cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Systematic Review ~ Stephen J. Huang et al. The use of echocardiographic indices in defining and assessing right ventricular systolic function in critical care research. What’s New in Intensive Care ~ Jean-Louis Vincent et al. Intensive care medicine in 2050: towards critical care […]

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ICM ~ Hot off of the Presses: ONLINE FIRST articles

ONLINE FIRST (FREE ACCESS) Original ~ Fabiana Madotto et al. Resolved versus confirmed ARDS after 24h: Insights from the LUNG SAFE study. Seven-Day Profile Publication ~ Tobias Welte et al. Efficacy and safety of trimodulin, a novel polyclonal antibody preparation, in patients with severe community-acquired pneumonia: a randomised, placebo-controlled, double-blind, multicentre, phase II trial (CIGMA study). […]

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ICM ~ Your weekly ONLINE FIRST articles

ONLINE FIRST (FREE ACCESS)   Understanding the Disease ~ Takeshi Yoshida et al. Understanding spontaneous vs. ventilator breaths: Impact and monitoring. From the Inside ~ Thomas Bein. Successful repair of aortic dissection, but no more playing with the grandsons. Letter ~ Maja K. von Cube et al. Relative risk and population-attributable fraction of ICU death caused by susceptible […]

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What is the real impact of no sedation during mechanical ventilation?

What is the real impact of no sedation during mechanical ventilation? EJRC ARTICLE REVIEW   For many years, standard therapy for patients undergoing mechanical ventilation included sedation. It was seen as a way to ease patients and help them to accept the procedure. In the last decade, randomised controlled trials (RCTs) have shown that utilising […]

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ICM: THE NEWEST ARTICLES

ONLINE FIRST THIS WEEK (FREE ACCESS) From the Inside ~ Erwin J. O. Kompanje. Burnout, boreout and compassion fatigue on the ICU: it is not about work stress, but about lack of existential significance and professional performance. Conference Reports and Expert Panel  ~ Darryl Abrams et al. Position paper for the organisation of ECMO programs for cardiac failure in adults. […]

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ICM: ONLINE FIRST THIS WEEK

ONLINE FIRST THIS WEEK (FREE ACCESS) Conference Reports and Expert Panel  ~ Can Ince et al. Second consensus on the assessment of sublingual microcirculation in critically ill patients: results from a task force of the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine. Letter ~ Boun Kim Tan et al. A hospital-wide intervention replacing ceftriaxone with cefotaxime to reduce rate […]

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ICM THIS WEEK ~ ONLINE FIRST articles

ONLINE FIRST (FREE ACCESS) Letter ~ Béatrice La Combe et al. Decreased susceptibility to chlorhexidine affects a quarter of Escherichia coli isolates responsible for pneumonia in ICU patients. Letter ~ Fabio Silvio Taccone et al.  Estimated cerebral perfusion pressure among post-cardiac arrest survivors. Letter ~ François Vincent et al. Palliative cares and the intensivist: not confined to the […]

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Improving antibiotic stewardship in pneumonia: Is aggressive viral testing the key?

Improving antibiotic stewardship in pneumonia: Is more aggressive viral testing a key to success? EJRC Article Review   Pneumonia has a substantial impact in the ICU, as a leading reason of acute respiratory failure and for mechanical ventilation. Since appropriate antibiotic use is crucial to limiting morbidity and mortality in pneumonia, intensivists normally prescribe broad-spectrum […]

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