Critical Care Reviews Newsletter 333 29th April 2018

The Critical Care Reviews Newsletter brings you the best critical care research and open access articles from across the last week’s medical literature. The edition’s “highlights are randomicritcal care reviewssed controlled trials on oxygen titration after resuscitation from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest, rapid response systems in acute hospitals, & tenecteplase versus alteplase before thrombectomy for ischemic stroke; meta-analysis on early goal-directed therapy in sepsis & viscoelastic haemostatic assays in non-cardiac surgical settings, an observation study on nutritional therapy in Australian and New Zealand ICUs; plus guidelines & statements on hypovolemia in sepsis & scientific knowledge gaps and clinical research priorities for CPR and emergency cardiovascular care. There are also narrative reviews on rethinking current resuscitation strategies, mechanically ventilating the severe asthmatic & tissue oedema in sepsis; as well as commentaries on direct oral anticoagulants & time for a new definition of death?”

The full text of newsletter 333 can be found via this link

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