- Passive Leg Raising in Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest
- FRISC Study: Fluid and Resuscitation Protocols in Sepsis-Induced Hypotension in Cirrhosis
- Anticoagulation Therapy in Patients With COVID-19
- Renal Replacement Therapy in Critically Ill Patients with AKI
- Mental Health Disorders in Critical Care Clinicians
Corticosteroid use associated with ICU-acquired weakness
There is a significant association between corticosteroid use and intensive care unit-acquired weakness, according to results of a systematic... Read more
New study confirms reliability of 'ICU-RESPECT' index
The psychometric properties of the 10-item self-reported “ICU-RESPECT” index were confirmed in a different intensive care unit setting from... Read more
Personalised care to improve glycaemic control in critically ill patients
Hyperglycaemia is prevalent in critical care, caused by a complex interaction of multiple feedback loops associated with inflammation as... Read more
Music helps prevent delirium in elderly critical care patients
A randomised controlled trial demonstrates that music intervention to prevent delirium among older patients is one of few strategies that... Read more
PAMPer trial: plasma transfusion effective in prehospital setting
In injured patients with severe bleeding, prehospital administration of plasma may help reduce the risk of downstream complications due... Read more
The Night Falls in the ICU: Changing Realities for Patients, Relatives & Interdisciplinary Team
Nine Nurse-Recommended Design Strategies to Improve Alarm Management in the ICU: A Qualitative Study
Lessons From the “Very Old Intensive Care Patients” (VIP) Project
In Search of a Crystal Ball: Predicting Long-term Outcomes in Critically Ill Older Adults
Post-Intensive Care Syndrome - Patients and Families Need to Know They are Not Alone
The Post-ICU Patient - Management of Long-Term Impairments After Critical Illness
Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest - Long-term Outcomes and their Predictors
Twenty Lessons from 2020: With a Focus on the ICU Perspective
Is Videolaryngoscopy the New Gold Standard for Intubation Following the COVID-19 Crisis?
12 Things to Do to Improve Wellbeing in the ICU
The Challenge of Admitting a Very Old Patient with Sepsis to an Intensive Care Unit
ICU Mental Health in the Ongoing Pandemic: How Will We Be Okay?
Editorial Board Member since 2013
Expert Interview with Prof Shirish Prayag, Director, Critical Care Medicine at Prayag Hospital Shree Medical Foundation and Editorial Board Member, ICU Management and Practice. What is the current state of COVID-19 in India? The current state is really devastating. We are facing a tsunami - not just a wave of patients - but a tsunami, really.... Read more
Over the past few years, inspired by landmark publications, 1,2,3 demonstrating the feasibility, safety and clinical value of transesophageal echocardiography (TEE) performed by emergency physicians (EPs), a number of U.S. hospitals have established TEE programmes based in their emergency departments (EDs). In 2017, the American College of Emergency... Read more
The ICU is one of the most challenging places to work in a hospital. Caring for and treating critically ill patients is as emotionally demanding as it is physically straining. Burdened with serious illnesses, patients in the ICU often need more attention than patients on regular wards. The nursing job has been complex and stressful before... Read more
2015 28 Oct
Interview with Georg Keunecke of FAI rent-a-jet AG on the global use of the HAMILTON-T1 as an ICU transport ventilator. Georg Keunecke is the Chief Flight Paramedic and Representative for Medical Devices with FAI rent-a-jet AG (dba Flight Ambulance International). Headquartered at the Nuremberg International Airport, the company serves... Read more
2021 11 Feb
Dennis Begos , MD, FACS, FACRS Associate Director, Medical and Scientific Affairs Nova Biomedical Magnesium in the Human Body Magnesium (Mg) is the 4th most abundant cation in the human body. The majority of it is found intracellularly, more than half in bone, about a third in muscle, and the remaining in soft tissue and... Read more
2020 06 Nov
Summary & recommendations regarding ventilators Intensive care ventilators are normally found in the hospital Intensive Care Unit. This category of ventilators support lung protective ventilation recommended by several international guidelines and the World Health Organization (WHO). An intensive care ventilator must be considered as the... Read more
POCTED: Use of Point of Care Test Devices in Emergency Department
Use of point-of-care test devices in the emergency department has shown... Read more
Intensive Care in the Coronavirus Era: Keep in Mind Your Collective Intelligence
Above and beyond the logistical and organisational aspects, shaken... Read more
The VITROS ® ECIQ System offers smaller laboratories tailor-made solutions for both routine and specialty immunodiagnostic testing. In addition the VITROS ® ECIQ System uses the same reagent packs across all VITROS ® Analyzers. Discov
Especially developed for long-term lung support. This patient kit includes a powerful membrane lung, the DP3 pump head, safe integrated pressure sensors (IPS) and a CRRT connector. One vascular access offers the possibility to combine the therapies for...
Features SV 300 is a state-of-the-art ventilator that’s simple to configure, easy to operate and versatile in use. It equips with extensive ventilation modes that can treats pediatric and adult patients with all acuity levels at ICUs and Intermediate...
Closed System Gastric Residuals Aspiration and Measurement Accessory Nurse Convenience Compat Modum is designed to ease gastric fluid aspiration and measurement. It enables closed system gastric residuals aspiration into a collection bag, reducing...
Right when it matters. Right where it counts. Simplify assessments and deliver effective care with Venue Go. Featuring a uniquely adaptable design that goes from cart to table to wall, Venue Go supports Point of Care medicine across clinical...