Latest issue of “Intensive and Critical Care Nursing” Volume 40 June 2017

The current issue conticcnlogoent page can be accessed via this link.

Included in this issue are articles on “Overcoming nursing barriers to intensive care unit early mobilisation: A quality improvement project”, “A qualitative study of nurse observations of symptoms in infants at end-of-life in the neonatal intensive care unit” and “A family intervention to reduce delirium in hospitalised ICU patients: A feasibility randomised controlled trial.”

To see the full text of any of these articles direct from the journal’s homepage requires a personal subscription.  Individual articles can be ordered via the Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust Library and Knowledge Service.  Registered members of the library can make article requests online via this link.

Issues of Intensive and Critical Care Nursing from issue older than one year ago can have their full text accessed via this link.  A Rotherham NHS Athens password is required.  Eligible staff can register for an Athens password via this link.

Latest issue of “Journal of Critical Care” Volume 38 April 2017

 

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The current issue content page can be accessed via this link.

The articles contained in this issue include “Effect of thoracic epidural block on infection-induced inflammatory response: A randomized controlled trial”, “The effect of early goal-directed therapy for treatment of severe sepsis or septic shock: A systemic review and meta-analysis” and “Fluid resuscitation mediates the association between inhalational burn injury and acute kidney injury in the major burn population”.

To access the full text of these articles direct from the journal’s homepage requires a personal subscription.  Individual articles can be ordered via the Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust Library and Knowledge Service.  Registered members of the library can make article requests online via this link.

Most Recent Issue of “Intensive Care Medicine” Volume 43 Number 1

To access Intensive Care Medicine’s latest issue’s contents page follow this link.

Articles in this issue include “The optimal target for acute glycemic control in critically ill patients: a network meta analysis” and “A family information brochure and dedicated website to improve the ICU experience for patients’ relatives; an Italian multicentre before and after study”.

To access the full text of these articles from the journal’s homepage requires a personal subscription to the journal.  Individual articles can be ordered via the Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust Library and Knowledge Service.  Registered members of the library can make article requests online via this link.

The full text of articles from issues older than one year ago is available via this link to an archive of issues of Intensive Care Medicine.  A Rotherham NHS Athens password is required.  Eligible staff can register for an Athens password via this link.  Please speak to the library staff for more details.

Journal of Critical Care Volume 37 February 2017

The link allows you to access the content page of the latest issue.

This issue includes a special feature on “What is an intensive care unit? A report of the task force of the World Federation of Societies of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine” together with a range of articles on sepsis, pulmonary and outcomes.

To access the full text of these articles from the journal’s website you require your own subscription.  However, the full text of any articles can be ordered via the Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust Library and Knowledge Service.  You can do this in person or if you are a registered member of the library you can use this link to a journal article request form.

Latest issue of “Intensive and Critical Care Nursing” Volume 38 Issue 1 February 2017

The current issue content page can be accessed via this link.

The articles contained in this issue include “Tissue interface pressure and skin integrity in critically ill, mechanically ventilated patients”, “Diagnosing delirium in very elderly intensive care patients”, “Perceived and actual noise levels in critical care units” and “Evaluation of current feeding practices in the critically ill: A retrospective chart review”.

To access the full text of these articles direct from the journal’s homepage requires a personal subscription.  Individual articles can be ordered via the Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust Library and Knowledge Service.  Registered members of the library can make article requests online via this link.

Issues of Intensive and Critical Care Nursing from issue older than one year ago can have their full text accessed via this link.  A Rotherham NHS Athens password is required.  Eligible staff can register for an Athens password via this link.

Current Issue of “Journal of Intensive Care Medicine” Volume 32 Number 1 January 2017

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The January 2017 issue can now have its contents page accessed via this link.

The articles contained in this issue include “Approach to the Complicated Alcohol Withdrawal Patient”, “Insulin and the Brain: A Sweet Relationship With Intensive Care” and “Improving Caregivers’ Perceptions Regarding Patient Goals of Care/End-of-Life Issues for the Multidisciplinary Critical Care Team”.

To access the full text of this issue direct from the journal’s own homepage you require a personal subscription to the journal (although certain articles may have been made freely available).  Individual articles can be ordered via the Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust Library and Knowledge Service.  Registered members of the library can request individual articles online via this link.

Current Issue of “Intensive Care Medicine” Volume 42 Number 12

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To access Intensive Care Medicine’s latest issue’s contents page follow this link.

Articles in this issue include “Effect of early postexubation high flow nasal cannula vs conventional oxygen therapy on hypoxaemia in patients after major abdominal surgery a French multicentre randomised controlled trial (OPERA)”, “Diagnosis and management of skin and soft tissue infections in the intensive care unit: a review” and “Control groups in recent septic shock trials a systematic review”.

To access the full text of these articles from the journal’s homepage requires a personal subscription to the journal.  Individual articles can be ordered via the Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust Library and Knowledge Service.  Registered members of the library can make article requests online via this link.

The full text of articles from issues older than one year ago is available via this link to an archive of issues of Intensive Care Medicine.   A Rotherham NHS Athens password is required.  Eligible staff can register for an Athens password via this link.  Please speak to the library staff for more details.