Critical Care Reviews Newsletter 399 4th August 2019

The 399th Critical Care Reviews Newsletter, brings you the best critical care research and open access articles from across the medical literature over the past seven days.
“The highlights of this week’s edition are two papers reporting the TRACT RCT (being discussed at CCR20), as well as the long awaited publication of the PHARLAP RCT, which we hosted the results presentation of at CCR19 (the video should be out very soon); systematic reviews and meta analyses on liberal versus restrictive red blood cell transfusion strategy in sepsis or septic shock & functional hemodynamic tests; and observational studies reporting of the core outcome set for critical care ventilation trials & vitamin A deficiency in critically ill children with sepsis. There are also guidelines on procalcitonin-guided antibiotic stewardship & acute liver failure; narrative reviews on perioperative haemodynamic monitoring & antibiotic stewardship in the ICU; and commentaries on less monitoring and diagnostic testing & pulmonary complications in liver disease
Full text of the 399th newsletter is available via this link.

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