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Privacy Policy The European General Data Protection Regulation comes into force on May 25th 2018 and has major implications worldwide. European citizens now have multiple digital rights over their personal details, including the right to be asked to provide consent for the storage of personal details in a database, the right to be asked to provide consent to be contacted, the right to see the personal information stored, the right to be forgotten including having all personal details permanently removed from a database, the right to know who this information is shared with (consent is also...

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Privacy Policy The European General Data Protection Regulation comes into force on May 25th 2018 and has major implications worldwide. European citizens now have multiple digital rights over their personal details, including the right to be asked to provide consent for the storage of personal details in a database, the right to be asked to provide consent to be contacted, the right to see the personal information stored, the right to be forgotten including having all personal details permanently removed from a database, the right to know who this information is shared with (consent is also...

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Help create something incredible The biggest challenge is time     After a decade of work, Critical Care Reviews has outgrown being run by an enthusiastic amateur. The demands to stay on top of the literature, prepare the weekly newsletter, maintain the website, organise the annual meeting, write the annual book, and create podcasts are no longer achievable in my spare time. Everything produced at Critical Care Reviews is made freely available to help clinicians help patients. Now I'm asking you to support me in this endeavor. If you find the content created useful, please...

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News Newsletter 491 The 491st Critical Care Reviews Newsletter, featuring the best critical care literature from the past 7 seven days, is now out. The feature article is the COAST randomised controlled trial, investigating oxygen therapy and high-flow nasal therapy in African children with pneumonia. Other notable articles are the pilot REVERSE-AKI trial, examining restrictive fluid management in acute kidney injury; and a superb overview on the latest understanding on the pathophysiology and phenotypes of COVID-19. Added May 9th Image:  Solen Feyissa | UnSplash eCCR21 Edited Videos are...

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CCR Policies Cookie Policy Photo by Shahadat Rahman on Unsplash Cookie Policy This page describes the cookie policy for Critical Care Reviews. If you do not accept this Cookie Policy please deactivate cookies (see below) or do not use this site. What are cookies? Cookies are small text files containing a string of characters that can be placed on your computer or mobile device that uniquely identify your browser or device. What are cookies used for? Cookies allow a site or services to know if your computer or device has visited that site or service before. Cookies can then be used to help...

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Site Policies Privacy Policy Photo by Gage Skidmore CC BY-SA 2.0 Privacy Policy The European General Data Protection Regulation comes into force on May 25th 2018 and has major implications worldwide. European citizens now have multiple digital rights over their personal details, including the right to be asked to provide consent for the storage of personal details in a database, the right to be asked to provide consent to be contacted, the right to see the personal information stored, the right to be forgotten including having all personal details permanently removed from a database, the right...

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New Look COVID-19 has changed the world, so Critical Care Reviews is changing too As the pandemic has evolved, the volume of published articles has increased dramatically. To better highlight the most important and interesting articles, we've changed the look of the website and refocused on our main area of interest - critical care trials. We'll still cover the entire spectrum of the literature in our journal watch, but trial reports will take precedence. It will take a few months to repopulate the site, so please be patient. The new site will be slicker and more streamlined, as well as more...

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