Can cell surface markers predict risk of secondary infection?

The INFECT Study: Cell surface signatures of immune dysfunction risk stratify critically ill patients EJRC Article Review   Background In critically ill patients, immune activation is often accompanied by a state of immune depression. The persistence of this is associated with a complicated intensive care unit (ICU) course, including the development of nosocomial infections1. Objective […]

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ICM ~ Your weekly ONLINE FIRST articles

ONLINE FIRST (FREE ACCESS)   What’s New in Intensive Care ~ Stuart McLennan et al. The challenge of local consent requirements for global critical care databases.  Imaging in Intensive Care Medicine ~ Italo Calamai et al. Sudden appearance of neck and face emphysema during above cuff vocalisation. What’s New in Intensive Care ~ Nadia Aissaoui et al. What’s […]

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ICM ~ The newest ONLINE FIRST articles

ONLINE FIRST THIS WEEK (FREE ACCESS)   Editorial debate ~ ​Jean-François Timsit and Matteo Bassett. Antipathy against SDD is justified: Yes. Editorial debate ~ Luciano Silvestri et al. Antipathy against SDD is justified: No. ​ Editorial debate ~ Michael Quintel et al. Antipathy against SDD is justified: We are not sure. Original ~ Elie Azoulay et al. Management and outcomes of acute respiratory distress […]

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e-LIVES: June webcast highlights

e-LIVES: June Highlights 2 Top Infection (INF) Sessions   This month we feature 2 top sessions from LIVES 2017 in Vienna selected by Infection Section Chair Jan De Waele: Shaping the future of antibiotic use Multidrug resistance: Gaining the edge This EXCLUSIVE CONTENT is available for all on our e-LIVES platform for a limited time… Watch these webcasts now! […]

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Improving organ donation in ICU: What can make a difference?

Improving organ donation in ICU: What can make a difference?  ARTICLE REVIEW Organ donation, with its ability to improve quality of live and potentially save lives, has become a priority in many countries, and intensive care units are often play a central role in proposing potential donors. In spite of the different efforts focused on […]

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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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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 THIS WEEK ~ ONLINE FIRST articles

ONLINE FIRST (FREE ACCESS) What’s New in Intensive Care ~ R. T. Mankowski et al. Long-term impact of sepsis on cardiovascular health. Original ~ Mieke Deschepper et al. Effects of chlorhexidine gluconate oral care on hospital mortality: a hospital-wide, observational cohort study. Review ~ Antoine Vieillard-Baron et al. Diagnostic workup, etiologies and management of acute right ventricle failure. Review […]

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