Category Intensive Care
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Neonatal Intensive Care

A neonates journey, just what feedback would your neonatal patient give you after 3 months of intensive care? Insight into the world of a NICU with Trish Woods
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Are the Critically Ill Actually Hungry?

The delivery of nutrition to the critically ill is incredibly complex. There is little evidence that providing standard nutritional requirements of 25K/cal/Kg improves outcome. Foremost amongst this evidence is the TARGET trial, a large randomised controlled trial of 4000 patients in Intensive care
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Mastering Intensive Care 040 with Ed Litton

This week’s guest, Australian intensivist Dr Ed Litton, truly amazes and inspires me. Despite having a full-time clinical and research career, and a young family, Ed pursues his passion for adventure mostly through ultra-endurance exercise.
Everything ECMO

Everything ECMO

In specialist centres, extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) is a now a mainstay of the management of cardio/respiratory failure refractory to other measures. However, much of the clinical information required to care for ECMO patients at the bedside remains inaccessible to…

Lifting the lid on a ‘proven therapy’

According to an editorial in the NEJM, decompressive craniectomy "has a proven benefit in the management of malignant cerebral edema after ischemic stroke”... We point out the caveats to this assertion.
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ICU Mind Maps

The ICU Mind Maps covering the CICM Fellowship Exam curriculum are in pdf format. They were created by Dr. Paul Young
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Mastering Intensive Care 037 with Michael O’Leary

Interview with Michael O’Leary – Dealing with the frustrations of the changing ICU landscape (SG-ANZICS special episode) Our ICUs might be growing larger in size but there seem to be the same number of very sick patients to care for…