One of the ESKAPE pathogens, MDR Acinetobacter is bad news for ICM. Dr Kristyn Dyer tells us why, and what we can do about it.
Dr Lisa Grimes outlines the pathophysiology, diagnosis and management of DKA.
Thrombocytopenia is seen relatively commonly in intensive care patients. Dr Nikitas Nikitas tells us what we should do about it.
Dr Philip Bastone describes the factors associated with poor quality sleep in the ICU, and ways in which it may be improved.
JVF Friday Breakfast Education Meeting - Dr Michael Treece on adult liver transplant recipients in the ICU
Dr Michael Treece outlines the ICU management of the post-operative liver transplant recipient.
Dr Nikitas Nikitas explains how we diagnose and manage VAP in the ICU.
Confused by hyponatraemia? Dr Philip Bastone outlines all you need to know about this relatively common problem.
Dr Stephen Ford discusses the ethics behind withdrawal of life-sustaining care in the ICU.
Dr Stephen Ford discusses coma and consciousness.
More than half of those who survive critical illness will suffer from some degree of longterm cognitive, psychiatric or physical dysfunction. Dr Nikitas Nikitas describes the Post-Intensive Care Syndrome, and how we try to prevent it.