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Headquartered in the United States, GE Healthcare is a $17.6 billion unit of General Electric Company. Worldwide, GE Healthcare employs more than 52,000 people committed to serving healthcare professionals and their patients in more than 100 countries.

 

Life Care Solutions support lives with innovative solutions designed to help you save lives and optimize the care experience everywhere.  When patients need critical, personal care, count on GE Healthcare for technologies, tools, and services that help you perform at your best. 

  • Intensive Care: Clinical excellence for high-acuity patients. Simplified workflow for high-stress environments.
  • Perinatal Care: Helping clinicians and caregivers provide healing, comforting care for mothers, families and newborns.
  • Perioperative Care: Relevant clinical innovations that deliver lifetime value through high-quality performance and a positive user experiences.
  • Subacute Care: Smart algorithms to help enable earlier prevention and intervention.
  • Cardiac Care: Solutions in synch with the pulse of cardiac care – innovative, connected, and at your fingertips.
  • Care Area Continuum: Connecting clinical intelligence and patient care across the hospital.

 

Events

European Society of Regional Anaesthesia 2019

Wed, 11 Sep 2019 - Sat, 14 Sep 2019

Abandoibarra Av. 4
Bilbao, Bilbao 48011
Spain
32nd Annual Congress - ESICM LIVES 2019

Sat, 28 Sep 2019 - Wed, 2 Oct 2019


Messedamm 26 29
Berlin, 14055
Germany
13th European Emergency Medicine Congress

Sat, 12 Oct 2019 - Wed, 16 Oct 2019


Praha 4-Nusle, 140 00
Czech Republic

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ICU Management

Protective Ventilation: When and Why to Individualize

2016 30 Nov

ARDS is Heterogeneous Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is a heterogeneous entity. Calfee and colleagues’ analysis of the ARMA and ALVEOLI trials (Calfee et al. 2015) differentiated two ARDS subphenotypes, one of which was categorized by more severe inflammation and worse clinical outcomes. Response to positive end-expiratory pressure... Read more

ICU Management

Indirect Calorimetry to Measure Energy Requirements: From Consensus to Daily Practice

2016 30 Nov

Why Personalize Nutrition Therapy?   The need for personalized nutrition therapy for ICU patients is shown by several observational studies that measured the energy needs of critically ill patients. The 2005 study by Villet and colleagues found that patients with an energy deficit had an increased number of complications, especially infections... Read more

ICU Management

Optimising Nutrition With an Integrated Nutrition Module: Myth or Reality?

2016 30 Nov

As a neurointensivist with a strong interest in nutritional support, I was delighted to trial a new integrated nutritional module. We know that nutrition really matters to our ICU patients in the context of first indicators. For example, our research group recently published a paper about two patients with viral meningoencephalitis. Invasive neuromonitoring... Read more

ICU Management

Introduction

2016 30 Nov

The intensive care unit (ICU) is a complex environment, due to the surroundings, the heterogeneity of patients, caregiver turnover and the at times lengthy patient stays, which lead to increased complexity. The multiple technologies available add another layer of intricacy. However, with the modern tools available to the intensivist, it is now possible... Read more

ICU Management

Anesthesia, Made to Measure-The Data Helping Tailor Your Anaesthesia

2016 31 May

Going under anesthetic is a common, necessary but sometimes daunting experience for many patients. Despite advancements in anesthesia delivery, patients can still suffer from side effects, including a longer than normal emergence from the effects of the anesthetic, vomiting or even, at the more serious but much less frequent end, damage to brain cells.... Read more

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ICU Management

Protective Ventilation: When and Why to Individualize

2016 30 Nov

ARDS is Heterogeneous Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is a heterogeneous entity. Calfee and colleagues’ analysis of the ARMA and ALVEOLI trials (Calfee et al. 2015) differentiated two ARDS subphenotypes, one of which was categorized by more severe inflammation and worse clinical outcomes. Response to positive end-expiratory pressure... Read more

ICU Management

Indirect Calorimetry to Measure Energy Requirements: From Consensus to Daily Practice

2016 30 Nov

Why Personalize Nutrition Therapy?   The need for personalized nutrition therapy for ICU patients is shown by several observational studies that measured the energy needs of critically ill patients. The 2005 study by Villet and colleagues found that patients with an energy deficit had an increased number of complications, especially infections... Read more

ICU Management

Optimising Nutrition With an Integrated Nutrition Module: Myth or Reality?

2016 30 Nov

As a neurointensivist with a strong interest in nutritional support, I was delighted to trial a new integrated nutritional module. We know that nutrition really matters to our ICU patients in the context of first indicators. For example, our research group recently published a paper about two patients with viral meningoencephalitis. Invasive neuromonitoring... Read more

ICU Management

Introduction

2016 30 Nov

The intensive care unit (ICU) is a complex environment, due to the surroundings, the heterogeneity of patients, caregiver turnover and the at times lengthy patient stays, which lead to increased complexity. The multiple technologies available add another layer of intricacy. However, with the modern tools available to the intensivist, it is now possible... Read more

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