Welcome to the 547th Critical Care Reviews Newsletter, bringing you the best critical care research and open access articles from across the medical literature over the past seven days.
It's a small newsletter as we're working hard on preparing for CCR22. We will have three sponsored symposia available to watch during the meeting, both in person and on the livestream. Norso Medical will be presenting a symposium on Wednesday 15th at 12:45 UTC+1 on "Oxygenation of the Brain", to be presented by Dr Basil Matta from Cambridge, England. Wesleyan have a symposium on "The NHS Pension Scheme, Your Options and the Value of Sound Financial Planning", to be given by Alec Collie on Friday 17th, at 12:45 UTC+1. BD will be presenting a symposium on "Cardiac Arrest and How We Will Treat post TTM2". This will be given by Dr Benjamin Abella, on Wednesday 15th and Thursday 16th, at 10:40 UTC+1 both mornings.
Critical Care Reviews Meeting 2022
The full Critical Care Reviews Meeting programme is now available. There are 5 major trial results to be presented, plus 10 of the best critical care trials of the past year, 3 panel discussions and the John Hinds Lecture. The meeting can be watched live in person, or livestreamed, either free or for a relatively small fee to include 18 CPD/CME points as awarded by the Royal College of Anaesthetists.
Registration for CCR22, on June 15th to 17th at Titanic Belfast, is open.