Search Tag: intensive care

ICU Management

#ISICEM19: Prof. Vincent talks about greater collaboration and a broader view

2019 19 Mar

The 39th International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine opened today in Brussels, Belgium. Professor Jean-Louis Vincent kicked off the proceedings with an insightful discussion on intensive care and emergency medicine. Prof. Vincent thanked the organisers and the scientific advisors from all over the world who were attending... Read more

ICU Management

Join ICU Management & Practice at #ISICEM19

2019 18 Mar

The 39th International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine begins Tuesday 19th March in Brussels, Belgium. The pre-symposium courses begin March 17th and will continue till March 18th.  Organised in collaboration with the Departments of Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine of Erasme University Hospital, Université Libre de... Read more

ICU Management

Extravascular lung water as a target for intensive care

2019 14 Mar

The paper highlights the present clinical rationale for extravascular lung water measurement as a key to personalisation of haemodynamic therapy.   Introduction   Extravascular lung water (EVLW) remains a useful guide for monitoring pulmonary oedema (PO) and vascular permeability in sepsis, acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS),... Read more

ICU Management

World Congress of Intensive Care 2019

2019 14 Oct

Find World Congress of Intensive Care on Social Media Read more

ICU Management

Imaging and intensive care medicine

2019 24 Jan

An evolving partnership A major evolution is underway involving critical care and imaging.  The intensive care patient population is changing. Increasingly intensive care units (ICUs) are treating older patients, with more comorbidities, and variable prognosis, at a time when family expectations are different and often with higher expectations... Read more

IMAGING Management

Fulfilling a promise to Mosul with point-of-care ultrasound

2018 11 Dec

Mosul, Iraq’s second city, is slowly rebuilding its healthcare infrastructure after years of war and destruction. Dr Henryk Pich, a consultant anaesthetist and intensive care physician at the University of Dresden, Germany, visited the region soon after the fighting had ended, supported by the independent aid organisation CADUS. Moved by the makeshift... Read more

ICU Management

6th SG-ANZICS Asia Pacific Intensive Care

2019 18 Apr

Find SG ANZICS on Social Media Read more