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A solid future for point-of-care ultrasound in intensive care

2019 19 Jul

Point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) has become an established tool for the rapid assessment and diagnosis of patients across a variety of medical disciplines, not least in the high-octane environment of intensive care medicine. Dr. Timm Steuber, senior consultant and head of the ICU at Evangelisches Krankenhaus Unna, Germany, discusses his day-to-day... Read more

Volume 18 - Issue 1, 2018

2018 16 Mar

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“Simulate, or not to simulate?”

2018 16 Mar

Evolution in medicine and the anaesthesia context. A brief discussion about the importance and the state of the art of simulation in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine. Training in simulation plays a key role in complex systems such as aviation and the nuclear industry, to investigate predictable errors that lead to adverse outcomes.... Read more

Being an expert witness

2018 16 Mar

Describes the practicalities of being an expert witness and explains what qualities are necessary to succeed in this important role. Our legal system couldn’t function without medical expert witnesses. From personal injury claims to criminal prosecutions, there is a constant demand for experienced doctors with the necessary skills and authority... Read more

34th World Congress of Internal Medicine-WCIM 2018

2018 18 Oct

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ESICM LIVES 2015

2015 03 Oct

The Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM) is proud to host  LIVES 2015 , the 28th Annual Congress of the Society, at Citycube, in Berlin, Germany during the commemorative year of the 25TH anniversary of the monumental fall of the Berlin Wall. Thousands of intensive care and allied healthcare professionals from around the world will converge ... Read more

ICU Management

2015 03 Feb

The Internet is full of blogs. They are multi-themed sites, self-managed by the authors and demonstrative of, and only limited by, the authors’ level of creativity. They are potentially accessible to anyone and everyone. There are numerous health blogs, but the proportion of health professionals who are bloggers is low. Having a blog is a cost-effective... Read more