Current issue of “Intensive and Critical Care Nursing” Volume 43 December 2017

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

Articles published in this issue include “Tiered protocol implementation improves treatment of hypoglycaemia in a neurosciences critical care and surgical intensive care unit”, “Prevention of central venous line associated bloodstream infections in adult intintensive and critical care nursingensive care units: A systematic review” and “Going beyond “two-getherness”: Nurse managers’ experiences of working together in a leadership model where more than two share the same chair”

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August Issue of “Intensive Care Medicine” Volume 43 Number 7

intensive-care-medicineTo access Intensive Care Medicine’s latest issue’s contents page follow this link.

Articles published in this issue include “The impact of frailty on intensive care unit outcomes: a systematic review and meta-analysis”, “External validation of a biomarker and clinical prediction model for hospital mortality in acute respiratory distress syndrome” and “Resuscitated unconscious male: Lichtenberg’s sign lighting the way”.

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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.

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

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Titles of articles published in this issue include “Working together: a critical care nurses experiences of temporary staffing within Swedish health care: a qualitative study”, “burnout and job satisfaction of intensive care personnel and the relationship with personality and religious traits: an observational multi centre cross sectional study” and “Effect of nocturnal sound reduction on the incidence of delirium in intensive care unit patients: an interrupted time series analysis”

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

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.

Most recent issue of Critical Care Reviews Newsletter 288 18th June 2017

The 288th issue of the Critical Care Reviews Newsletter includes the latest research from across the medical literature during the last week.  Highlights of this latest issue include the REVIVE RCT investigating an exercise programme post discharge home after critical illness, a paediatric trail examining the FAST scan in trauma and an RCT on icatibant for ACE inhibitor induced upper airway angioedema.

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Latest Issue of “Intensive Care Medicine” Volume 43 Number 5

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Articles included in this issue are a review of “Current challenges in the management of sepsis in ICUs in resource-poor settings and suggestions for the future” and “Monitoring dynamic arterial elastance as a means of decreasing the duration of norepinephrine treatment in vasoplegic syndrome following cardiac surgery: a prospective, randomized trial”

To read the full text of these articles from the journal’s homepage requires a personal subscription to “Intensive Care Medicine”.  Individual articles can be ordered from 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.

Latest issue of Critical Care Reviews Newsletter 278 9th April 2017

The Critical Care Reviews Newsletter provides the best critical care research and open access articles from across the medical literature.  Included in the 278 issue are details of a randomised trial on “Effect of neuromuscular stimulation and individualized rehabilitation on muscle strength in Intensive Care Unit survivors”, a systematic review on “Impregnated central venous catheters in children” and an observational study on the “Effect of fresh frozen plasma on critically ill patients”.

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Latest Issue of “Intensive Care Medicine” Volume 43 Number 4

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Articles in this issue include “Targeted temperature management after intraoperative cardiac arrest: a multicenter retrospective study”, “Clinical characteristics and predictors of mortality in cirrhotic patients with candidemia and intra-abdominal candidiasis: a multicenter study” and “Extracorporeal carbon dioxide removal (ECCO2R) in patients with acute respiratory failure”.

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.