In critically ill patients with refeeding syndrome, does restricting caloric intake compared with unrestricted caloric feeding, reduce the composite outcome of ICU length of stay, overall survival time and mortality at day 60?Continue reading »
The Top 10 triad of 2015 and early 2016 according to @dogICUma and @FlaviaSepsis.
Those that have been reviewed by us are collected below. We’ll fill in the blanks soon.
3. Hypothermia in organ donors
9. Doig’s refeeding trial
10. PermiT under-feeding trial
Is Dexmedetomidone effective in reducing the incidence of agitated delirium and days on a ventilator?Continue reading »
In patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI), does hypothermia (32-35°C) and standard care compared to standard care alone reduce death and major disability at 6 months after injury?Continue reading »
In critically ill patients, does the use of a balanced crystalloid solution compared to normal saline effect the incidence of acute kidney injury?Continue reading »
Does the regular administration of paracetamol to critically ill patients with fever and known or suspected infection, affect the number of ICU-free days?Continue reading »
In organ donors, following diagnosis of brainstem death, does therapeutic hypothermia decrease delayed graft function in kidney recipients?Continue reading »
In critically ill adults, does restriction of non-protein calories (permissive underfeeding) compared to standard feeding reduce mortality at 90 days?Continue reading »
In patients with acute hypoxaemic respiratory failure, does high-flow oxygen through nasal cannula, compared with standard oxygen delivered through a facemask or non-invasive positive-pressure ventilation, prevent intubation?Continue reading »