ESICM Talk, episode 1: Severe Traumatic Brain Injury

Listen to the first podcast on TBI   We are expanding our educational offer to provide you with new multimedia content for your learning! ESICM Talk is a new 20-minute podcasts series on noteworthy intensive care topics In this first episode, NEXT Committee Member Dr Rahul Costa-Pinto interviews Prof Andrew Udy, principal investigator of the BONANZA […]

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ESICM Academy: Highlights of the month (TEM)

ESICM Academy: browse the TEM eModules   Academy eModules are electronic books grouped in categories. They contain updated, peer-reviewed, evidence-based training material. ESICM Academy is accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME). If you are an ESICM member, you can access for free all the courses available on the Academy. Each […]

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Increased participation and involvement for N&AHP

How the Art of Trauma Master Class addresses the whole ICU team   The Art of Trauma Care Master Class is an occasion for participants to discuss and share their different approaches, knowledge and experiences of trauma management, which others can learn from to improve their patients’ outcome. Designed for junior and senior physicians and […]

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THE HOTTEST TRIALS RESULTS IN ICM: Videos & links!

HOT TOPICS SESSION Wednesday October 24th #LIVES2018      With eight scientific trials, presented for the first time, this highly anticipated Hot Topics session is sure to generate some discussion across the field. Papers from several trials in this session will be simultaneously published in major medical journals and results have been embargoed until the session begins… […]

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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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