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Newsletter 107 / December 22nd 2013

Merry Christmas

 

Hello

Welcome to the 107th Critical Care Reviews Newsletter, bringing you the best critical care research published in the past week, plus a wide range of free full text review articles and guidelines from over 300 clinical and scientific journals. It's a brief newsletter, without study summaries, as I have been short of time this week.

Research studies include randomized trials into DIC and anti-microbial resistance, there is a meta analysis on oral anticoagulants, and observational studies on sespsis, coma, antimicrobials and candida. This week's guidelines focus on hypertension, while the ILCOR has issued a brief statement on therapeutic hypothermia post cardiac arrest. Editorials address lipid resuscitation, anaesthesia rounds and blood pressure guidance, while commentaries discuss animal models in critical care research, being an anaesthetist, guidelines and evidence-based medicine.

Amongst the clinical review articles are papers on neuro-monitoring, focused critical care echo, VAP, PE, hepatorenal syndrome, infectious hepatitis, leishmaniasis, gunshot wounds, eclampsia and decision making. As it's the festive season, you can read whether chocolate is good for you. Or don't bother, and just continue to eat it. There are three basic science review articles

The topic for This Week's Papers is vasculitis, starting with a general paper in tomorrow's Paper of the Day.

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Critical Care Reviews Meeting

It's now just 4 weeks to the 2014 Critical Care Reviews Meeting, being run in association with the Northern Ireland Intensive Care Society. If you haven't yet registered, time is running out. Further details, the meeting programme, and registration can be accessed via these links.

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Research

Randomized Controlled Trials

Meta Analysis

Observational Studies

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Guideline & Position Statement

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Editorial

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Commentary

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Clinical Review

Neurological

Circulatory

Respiratory

Nutrition

Hepatobiliary

Renal

Endocrine

Sepsis

Trauma

Obstetrics

Miscellaneous

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Basic Science Review

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I hope you find these brief summaries and links useful.


Have a great holiday.

Rob

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