ICU Management & Practice, Volume 20 - Issue 4, 2020

ICU Management & Practice 2020 Subject Index

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Issues/Pages

 

Volume 20, Issue 1     1-98            https://iii.hm/137h     

Volume 20, Issue 2     99-153        https://iii.hm/14eo                

Volume 20, Issue 3    154-237       https://iii.hm/14ud

Volume 20, Issue 4     238-327      https://iii.hm/1653

 

Subject index

 

Ageing

Flaatten H, Guidet B, deLange D. Lessons From the “Very Old Intensive Care Patients” (VIP) Project. 20(3):186-190. https://iii.hm/14tc

Jain S,  Ferrante L. In Search of a Crystal Ball: Predicting Long-term Outcomes in Critically Ill Older Adults. 20(3):192-196. https://iii.hm/14te

Reid A, Young P. What Intensivists Can Learn From Geriatric Medicine. 20(3):207-209. https://iii.hm/14tk


Subbe C, Thorpe C, Pugh R. Ageing and Critical Illness: What Does Quality Care Look Like?
20(3):210-212. https://iii.hm/14tm


Vincent JL. Ageing Population. 20(3):155. https://iii.hm/14t3

 

Antibiotics

Mansour MK. PCT-Guided Antibiotic Stewardship in COVID-19 Patients. 20(3):163-164. https://iii.hm/14ta

 

Biomarkers

Chaves F. Biomarkers and Their Impact in ICU Patient Outcomes. 20(4):251-252. https://iii.hm/164b

 

Cardiopulmonary

Cutler N, Signorelli J, Wieruszewski P, Reichert M, Khanna A. Angiotensin II in Post Cardiopulmonary Bypass Vasoplegia - The Experience So Far. 20(3):218-223. https://iii.hm/14tr

 

COVID-19

Cecconi M. COVID-19: Challenges and Management in Italy and Lessons Learned. 20(1):6-12. https://iii.hm/137k


Cornejo A. Cunha A. COVID-19: Masks in Intensive Care Units. 20(1):66-68.
https://iii.hm/138a


COVID-19 and the Potential Effects on the Cardiovascular System. 20(2):106-107. https://iii.hm/14cm

De Waele E et al. Adaptive Strategies for Intensive Care During the Spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19): The Brussels Experience. 20(1):20-27. https://iii.hm/137p

Ezzat A. Rubulotta F. Is COVID-19 the Black Swan? 20(2):114-115. https://iii.hm/14cl


Ghani S. COVID-19 Global Response - Strengths, Weaknesses, Success and Failure. 20(2):117-

119. https://iii.hm/14cj


Heinemann S, Stais P. Ethics as Superpower Primum Non Nocere Against All Pandemic
Odds - Use Case COVID-19-ICU Bethany Hospital Germany. 20(3):178-185. https://iii.hm/15c1


Higgs A, Udberg M, Hopkin G. Tracheal Intubation in the ICU During the COVID-19
Emergency. 20(1):30-35. https://iii.hm/137r


Kelly E, Wallace S, Puthucheary Z. Prolonged Intubation and Tracheostomy in COVID-19
Survivors: Consequences and Recovery of Laryngeal Function. 20(4):243-249. https://iii.hm/1642


Ksouri H, Doll S, Carrel G, Hergafi L, Sridharan G. Intensive Care in the Coronavirus Era: Keep
in Mind Your Collective Intelligence. 20(1):78-79. https://iii.hm/138f


Malbrain M, Ho S, Wong A. Thoughts on COVID-19 from the International Fluid Academy.
20(1):80-84. https://iii.hm/138h


Michalsen A. Predicament Prevention for Pandemics. 20(3):166-168. https://iii.hm/14t6


Naidoo K, Kloeck D, Mathivha L. The Calm Before the Storm. 20(1):60-62. https://iii.hm/1386


Nicole C. COVID-19: Overview of Nurse Assessment. 20(1):86-90. https://iii.hm/138j


Nosta J. An Adaptive Response to COVID-19. 20(1):38-41. https://iii.hm/137v


Patel J, Heyland D. Unmasking the Triumphs, Tragedies, and Opportunities of the COVID-19
Pandemic. 20(3):203-206. https://iii.hm/14ti


Perez-Nieto O, Zamarron-Lopez E, Guerrero-Gutierrez M, Lopez-Fermin J, Deloya-Tomas E,
ÑamendysSilva SA. Challenges in the Management of Severe SARS-CoV2 Infection in Elderly Patients. 20(3):172-177. https://iii.hm/14t8


Poole J. COVID-19 and the History of Pandemics. 20(1):70-75. https://iii.hm/138c


Salluh J, da Silva Ramos F. A COVID-19 Dashboard: Data Analytics to Aid Resource
Allocation in Intensive Care Units. 20(1):36-37. https://iii.hm/137t


Tomazini B, Azevedo L. COVID-19, Corticosteroids and the Road to Enlightenment.
20(4):253-255. https://iii.hm/1644

Vincent JL. COVID-19 Challenges. 20(1):1. https://iii.hm/137i


Vincent JL. COVID-19: From Hydroxychloroquine and Remdesivir to Plasma Administration.
20(1):14-15. https://iii.hm/137m


Vincent JL. Is the Severe COVID-19 Over in Europe? 20(2): 104-105. https://iii.hm/14bv


Vincent JL. Lessons from COVID-19: ICU Preparedness, Ethical Issues and Digital Congresses.
20(3):160-162. https://iii.hm/14t5


Wang C. Personal Experience With Severe COVID-19 After 66 days in Wuhan. 20(1):64-65.
https://iii.hm/1388


Wong A, Olusanya O, Wilkinson J, McDermott C. Ultrasound in Times of COVID-19. 20(1):43-
50. https://iii.hm/137y


Wong A. What COVID-19 Has Taught Me. 20(1):76-77.https://iii.hm/138e


Yeow C. Why Intensivists Should Participate in Home Ventilation Teams
. 20(4):268-270. https://iii.hm/1648


Zampieri F. Keeping Best Practices in Critical Care During COVID-19. 20(2):109-112.
https://iii.hm/14cd

 

Haemodynamic

Fortin J. Noninvasive Haemodynamic Check to Guide Educated Decisions in the Management of COVID-19 Patients. 20(1):51. https://iii.hm/1380

Vasoactive Agent Management for Haemodynamic Support in COVID-19 Patients - The Surviving Sepsis Guidelines. 20(1):16-17. https://iii.hm/137n

 

ICU

Hawryluck L, Repa R. Innovations in ICU Expansion Solutions: From Tents to Modified Shipping Container Mobile Pods. 20(4):259-264. https://iii.hm/1646


Meli A, Coppola S, D. Chiumello D. The Night in the ICU. 20(2):125-127. https://iii.hm/14dl


Poole J. Shadowing the Nightwatch: Nocturnal Activity in the ICU. 20(2):144-146. https://iii.hm/14eg

Roepke R, Ranzani O. Making Decisions During ICU Night Shifts: Challenges and Considerations. 20(2):134-136. https://iii.hm/14ec


Schoknecht K, Meyenburg-Altwarg I. Night Service in the Intensive Care Unit of a University
Hospital. 20(2):140-142.  https://iii.hm/14er

Vincent JL. The Night in the ICU. 20(2):99. https://iii.hm/14bt

 

Infographic

Ageing Population. 20(3):213.        https://iii.hm/14to

COVID-19 Challenges. 20(1):119.  https://iii.hm/137o

The Night in the ICU. 20(2):147.    https://iii.hm/14ek

The Post-ICU Patient. 20(4):312.    https://iii.hm/1652

 

Informatics and Technology

Hilty M, Ince C. Microtools to Identify and Resuscitate Microcirculatory Dysfunction in Critically Ill Patients. 20(3):230-232. https://iii.hm/14tv


Lynch C, Jones G. Feeasiblity and Potential Benfits of Immersive Reality in the Intensive Care
Unit. 20(1):92-98. https://iii.hm/138l

 

Management and Leadership

Ho S, Wong A, Butnar A, Malbrain M. The Future of Critical Care: The Human Capital. 20(3):233-237. https://iii.hm/14tx


Nacul F, Della Torre V. Human Factors in Critical Care Medicine. 20(2):151-153.
https://iii.hm/14el

Rubulotta F, Mehta S, Leigh J. Intensive Care Medicine: Reflections on the Gender Gap. 20(4):319-324. https://iii.hm/164z

 

Monitoring

Continuous Monitoring of Urine Flow in COVID-19 and Other Critical Care Patients: Why and How. 20(1):42-43. https://iii.hm/137x

Michard F, Khanna A. Continuous Monitoring Beyond the ICU - The Rise of Mobile Solutions. 20(4):297-299. https://iii.hm/164p

 

Nurse and Nursing

Özcan E, Gommers D. Nine Nurse-Recommended Design Strategies to Improve Alarm Management in the ICU: A Qualitative Study. 20(2):129-133. https://iii.hm/14ea

Sanchez-Sedekum T, Khairallah T. Engaging the Night Shift Nurse with Activities & Educational Opportunities. 20(2):148-150. https://iii.hm/14ei

 

Nutrition

Amrein K, Zajic P, Hoffman M, Preiser JC, Maybohm P, Parekh D, McNally D. Vitamin D in Critical Illness – Fifty Shades of VIOLET. 20(3):214-216. https://iii.hm/14tp

Chapple L, Fetterplace K, Ridley E. Nutrition for Critically Ill Patients with COVID-19. 20(1):52-57. https://iii.hm/1382


Obeid J, Hodgson C, Ridley E. Nutrition in the Post ICU Period: Where is the Evidence?
20(4):283-287. https://iii.hm/164j


Tatucu-Babet O, Lambell K, Ridley E. Nutritional Management of the Critically Ill Older Adult.
20(3):197-202. https://iii.hm/14tg

 

OHCA

Algethamy H.  Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest - Long-term Outcomes and Predictors. 20(4):305-307. https://iii.hm/164t

                                                      

Paediatrics

Choong K. Post-intensive Care Syndrome - The Paediatric Perspective. 20(4):288-291.https://iii.hm/164l


María Quintillá J, Esteban E, Weinstock P, Allan C, De la Gala C, Cambra F. Using Realistic

Simulation to Design a New PICU - Building Before Building: Designing the Dream PICU. 20(4):313-317. https://iii.hm/164x

 

Patient & Family Perspectives

Similowski S, Souppart V, Kentish-Barnes N,  Azoulay E. The Night Falls in the ICU: Changing

Realities for Patients, Relatives and the Interdisciplinary Team. 20(2):121-124.

https://iii.hm/14dj

 

Post-ICU

Lobo-Valbuena B, Molina R, Gordo F. Post-Intensive Care Syndrome - Patients and Families Need to Know They are Not Alone. 20(4):271-274. https://iii.hm/164f

Martínez-Camacho MA, Jones-Baro RA, Gómez González A, Morales-Hernandez D, Perz-Nieto O, Zamarron-Lopez Eder I. Post-Intensive Care Syndrome - A Necessary Harm in the Critically Ill? 20(4):300-304. https://iii.hm/164r


Pavoni V, Pazzi M, Manni A, Coradi F, Forfori F. The Post-ICU Patient, 20(4):293-296.
https://iii.hm/164n

Schaller S, Paul N, Grunow JJ. The Post-ICU Patient - Management of Long-Term Impairments After Critical Illness. 20(4):275-282. https://iii.hm/164h


Vincent JL. The Post-ICU Patient. 20(4):238. https://iii.hm/1640

 

Rehabilitation

Freeman-Sanderson A, Ridley E, Booth S, Haines KJ. Rehabilitation of the Critically Ill: The Role of Allied Health Professionals. 20(4):308-311. https://iii.hm/164v

 

Resuscitation

Sarsanedas P. Precise Automated Resuscitation with RESPIRA. 20(1):58-59. https://iii.hm/1384

 

Sepsis

Cutuli SL, De Pascale G, Antonelli M. The Seraph® 100: Evidence and Perspectives. 20(4):Pages. https://iii.hm/164d

Gerlach H. Advances in Sepsis Research - New Tools Against One of the Oldest Diseases. 20(3):170-171. https://iii.hm/15bz


Paternoster G, Nagy Á. Promising Techniques in Sepsis After Cardiac Surgery. 20(3):224-228.
https://iii.hm/14tt


Treatment of Catecholamine Refractory Hypotension in Septic Shock: Beyond First Line Vasopressor. 20(4):265-267. https://iii.hm/164a

 

Sleep

Greig P. Darbyshire J. Sleep Deprivation and Fatigue Management in the Intensive Care Unit. 20(2):137-139. https://iii.hm/14ee

 

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