I Minute, I Question, I Answer: More ISICEM 2015 Interviews
Manuel W. Arias Otarola on the key challenges of critical care in Peru
Prof. Jean-Daniel Chiche on How to overcome barriers in translational research
Christopher R. da Costa on his work in sepsis
Prof. Bin Du on the status of junior doctors' education in mainland China
Prof. Eric Hoste on When to start renal replacement therapy
Joanna Kerr on What problems do drug abusers cause for emergency departments
Vivek Kumar about “ICU Management – The Journal”
Prof. Steven Laureys on How do we measure consciousness and predict recovery
Sanjay Mahajan on How to deal with the merging antibiotics resistance in India
Prof. Paolo Pelosi What is the best mechanical ventilation strategy in brain injury patients
Susana Perez Cornejo on What are the challenges of critical care in Mexico
Beth Powell on How do you try to optimise limited resources
Prof. Kathy Rowan on What are pragmatic randomised control trials
Stephanie Strachan on What are the challenges of quality and patient care
Ahmed Mohamed Wagih Ouda on What are the challenges of critical care in KSA
Ewa Woznica on What are the challenges facing critical care students in Poland
Olivier Berthon on the state of non-invasive monitoring
Erik Kulstad - What is the Esophageal Cooling Device?
Zakk Zdravev - What are the unique offerings of biO2 medical?
Published on : Wed, 24 Jun 2015
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