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Calcium for Cardiac Arrest

It's a common practice in North America, but is calcium administration useful for cardiac arrest? Join us to hear the results of the COCA trial, investigating the administration of calcium in 391 patients with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. The free livestream includes an independent editorial, the opportunity for viewer's questions and reactions from an international expert panel. Viewing is free, with the option for CPD/CME points for a small charge.

Livestream - November 30th, 19:30 UTC+0


Critical Care Reviews Meeting 2022

CCR22

It feels a long time since we were in Titanic Belfast for CCR20. Finally, after a gap of 2½ years, we're back with a physical meeting for CCR22. The meeting hosts major trial results, reviews of the best trials of the previous year, and discussions on various aspects of critical care trials. We sell out every year, so if you want to attend, dont wait once registration opens in late November.

CCR22 - June 15th - 17th, 2022


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PLUS Trial Results Livestream

Plasma-Lyte 148 vs 0.9% Saline

The age old question of whether buffered crystalloid solutions are suprior to 0.9% saline will take a large, and perhaps final step, towards being answered with the results of the PLUS trial. This 5000 patient trial from the ANZICS clinical trials group will add to the data from the Brazilian BaSICS trial, presented at an earlier CCR livestream and published in JAMA.

Livestream - Date To Be Confirmed

Latest Guidelines

ASA Difficult Airway Guidelines

Formulated by 10 international societies, this document updates the previous 2012/2013 ASA Difficult Airway Guidelines with the latest evidence generated over the past decade.

2022 American Society of Anesthesiologists Practice Guidelines for Management of the Difficult Airway. Anesthesiology 2021;epublished November 12th

Posted November 12th

Transfusion Strategies in Bleeding Critically Ill Adults

This clinical practice guideline from ESICM provides 26 evidence-based recommendations for the management of massively and non-massively bleeding critically ill adult patients and identifies areas where further research is needed.

Transfusion strategies in bleeding critically ill adults: a clinical practice guideline from the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine. Intensive Care Med 2021;epublished October 22nd

Posted November 11th

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