• Ryan Maves

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    Section of Critical Care Medicine Department of Anesthesiology Wake Forest University School of Medicine
    Section of Infectious Diseases Department of Internal Medicine Wake Forest University School of Medicine —  North Carolina, USA

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  • Prof Ryan Maves, MD, FCCM, FCCP, FIDSA

    Biomarkers of Infection in the Intensive Care Unit

    • 13/03/2023

    Biomarkers are an area of rapid discovery in critical care medicine today. They have the potential to improve our ability to identify and manage patients at increased risk of organ failure and death. This article provides an overview of biomarkers of infection in the intensive care unit. The heterogeneity of sepsis makes its identification challenging in the acute setting. As is common with...

  • Prof Jean-Louis Vincent, MD, PhD


    • 13/03/2023

    Biomarkers are quantifiable indicators of physiological or pathological processes in the body. They can be more effectively utilised in intensive care by improving standardised protocols for biomarker testing and interpretation. Join our panellists as they discuss the use of Biomarkers in critical care and where and how biomarkers can provide valuable diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic value. ...

  • Dr Iaswarya Ganapathiraju, DO

    Rapid Diagnostics and Antimicrobial Resistance in the ICU

    • 14/10/2022

    The need to address the problem of antimicrobial resistance, the importance of faster diagnosis of bacterial infections and an overview of rapid diagnostic testing. Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is rapidly increasing on a global scale. The discovery of penicillin revolutionised the field of medicine, providing safe harbour from the most pressing threats of the time—infectious diseases....


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