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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Guidance on the SSC Bundle

Guidance on the SSC Bundle NEW SSC animation video The Surviving Sepsis Campaign (SSC) Bundle is the core of the sepsis improvement efforts. Applying the sepsis bundle simplifies the complex processes of the care of patients with sepsis. The Surviving Sepsis Campaign Steering Committee and members of the Executive Committee collaborated to revise the bundle […]

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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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ICM THIS WEEK ~ ONLINE FIRST articles

ONLINE FIRST (FREE ACCESS) Editorial ~ Martin J. Tobin. Conflicts of interest and the patient–doctor covenant. Letter ~ Lama H. Nazer – Critical care research in the World Health Organisation Eastern Mediterranean Region over two decades: where do we stand? Editorial Debate ~ John A. Myburgh. Intracranial pressure thresholds in severe traumatic brain injury: Pro. Editorial Debate ~ Raimund Helbok […]

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ICM ~ New SSC papers released & ONLINE FIRST this week

New SSC papers released & ONLINE FIRST this week Intensive Care Medicine (ICM) We are delighted to announce the release of two pivotal papers focused on the Surviving Sepsis Campaign (SSC) this week: Surviving Sepsis Campaign: Research priorities for sepsis and septic shock Increasing evidence-based interventions in patients with acute infections in a resource-limited setting: […]

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