e-LIVES: April webcast highlights

e-LIVES: April Highlights 2 Top Ethics (ETH) sessions   This month we feature 2 top sessions from LIVES 2017 in Vienna selected by ETH Section Chair Rik Gerritsen: How to make ICU more humane Research in Ethics This EXCLUSIVE CONTENT is available for all on our e-LIVES platform for a limited time… Watch these webcasts now!       […]

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Reviving glucocorticoids to treat Sepsis?

Reviving glucocorticoids to treat Sepsis? EJRC Article Review   Certainly, one of the greatest calamities of the modern world is Sepsis, which, despite the great advances in medicine, still doesn’t have a specific pharmacological treatment. This could be explained by the nature of Sepsis, as a very complex pathological entity, capable of affecting multiple organs, […]

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e-LIVES: March webcast highlights

e-LIVES: March Highlights 3 Top Cardiovascular Dynamics (CD) sessions   This month we feature 3 top sessions from LIVES 2017 in Vienna selected by CD Section Chair Thomas Scheeren: Arterial blood pressure: All you need to know Guiding fluid therapy Management of cardiogenic shock This EXCLUSIVE CONTENT is available for all on our e-LIVES platform for a limited […]

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Hot off of the Presses: Access ONLINE FIRST articles from ICM

ONLINE FIRST THIS WEEK (FREE ACCESS)   Imaging in Intensive Care Medicine ~ Paul Gabarre et al. An acute dyspnea. Letter ~ Laëtitia Bodet-Contentin et al. Eye-tracking and speech-generating technology to improve communication with intubated intensive care unit patients: initial experience. Imaging in Intensive Care Medicine ~ Tobias Gonzenbach et al. Accidental placement of a […]

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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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PCT-guided antibiotic therapy in ICU patients

Procalcitonin-guided antibiotic therapy in intensive care unit patients: a systematic review and meta-analysis EJRC Article Review   Procalcitonin (PCT) is an acute-phase protein that has been extensively studied as a specific marker of bacterial infection. Its main proposed value is reduced use of antibiotics. PCT measurement has been recommended in the most recent edition of […]

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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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Reducing CRBSIs in ICUs: What’s the best strategy?

Reducing CRBSIs in ICUs: What’s the best strategy? EJRC Article Review   Background Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) are associated with increased morbidity, mortality, and additional healthcare costs. Addressing modifiable factors including infection prevention and control (IPC) practices is a cost effective means of reducing the incidence of HAIs. The Prevention of Hospital Infections by Intervention and […]

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