Vincent, Jean-Louis

Annual Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine 2016

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Table of contents

I. Infections and Antibiotics

1. Interpreting Procalcitonin at the Bedside
J. Fazakas, D. Trásy, Z. Molnár

2. Reducing Antibiotic Use in the ICU: A Time-Based Approach to Rational Antimicrobial Use
P. O. Depuydt, L. De Bus, J. J. De Waele

3. Plasmacytoid Dendritic Cells in Severe Influenza Infection
B. M. Tang, M. Shojaei, A. S. McLean

4. Critically Ill Patients with Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus Infection
H. M. Al-Dorzi, S. Alsolamy, Y. M. Arabi

II. Sepsis

5. Immunomodulation: The Future for Sepsis?
T. Girardot, F. Venet, T. Rimmelé

6. Norepinephrine in Septic Shock: Five Reasons to Initiate it Early
M. Jozwiak, X. Monnet, J.-L. Teboul

7. Myths and Facts Regarding Lactate in Sepsis
M. Nalos, A. S. McLean, B. Tang

III. Renal Issues

8. Creatinine-Based Definitions: From Baseline Creatinine to Serum Creatinine Adjustment in Intensive Care
S. De Rosa, S. Samoni, C. Ronco

9. Detrimental Cross-Talk Between Sepsis and Acute Kidney Injury: New Pathogenic Mechanisms, Early Biomarkers and Targeted Therapies
S. Dellepiane, M. Marengo, V. Cantaluppi

10. Timing of Acute Renal Replacement Therapy
A. Jörres

11. (Multiple) Organ Support Therapy Beyond AKI
Z. Ricci, S. Romagnoli, C. Ronco

IV. Fluid Therapy

12. Crystalloid Fluid Therapy
S. Reddy, L. Weinberg, P. Young

V. Bleeding

13. Emergency Reversal Strategies for Anticoagulants and Antiplatelet Agents
M. Levi

VI. Cardiovascular System

14. Bedside Myocardial Perfusion Assessment with Contrast Echocardiography
S. Orde, A. McLean

15. Pathophysiological Determinants of Cardiovascular Dysfunction in Septic Shock
F. Guarracino, R. Baldassarri, M. R. Pinsky

16. Cardiovascular Response to ECMO
S. Akin, C. Ince, D. Reis Miranda

17. Mechanical Circulatory Support in the New Era: An Overview
K. Shekar, S. D. Gregory, J. F. Fraser

VII. Cardiac Arrest

18. Cardiac Arrest in the Elderly: Epidemiology and Outcome
C. Sandroni, S. D’Arrigo, M. Antonelli

19. Regional Systems of Care: The Final Link in the “Chain of Survival” Concept for Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest
T. Tagami, H. Yasunaga, H. Yokota

20. Cardiac Arrest Centers
E. L. Riley, M. Thomas, J. P. Nolan

VIII. Oxygenation and Respiratory Failure

21. High-Flow Nasal Cannula Oxygen Therapy: Physiological Effects and Clinical Data
D. Chiumello, M. Gotti, C. Chiurazzi

22. The Potential Value of Monitoring the Oxygen Reserve Index in Patients Receiving Oxygen
A. Perel

23. Variable Ventilation from Bench to Bedside
R. Huhle, P. Pelosi, M. G. Abreu

24. Monitoring Respiratory Effort by Means of the Electrical Activity of the Diaphragm
G. Grasselli, M. Pozzi, G. Bellani

25. Dissipated Energy is a Key Mediator of VILI: Rationale for Using Low Driving Pressures
A. Serpa Neto, M. B. P. Amato, M. J. Schultz

26. Corticosteroids as Adjunctive Therapy in Severe Community-Acquired Pneumonia
C. Cillóniz, A. San José, A. Torres

IX. Abdominal Issues

27. The Neglected Role of Abdominal Compliance in Organ-Organ Interactions
M. L. N. G. Malbrain, Y. Peeters, R. Wise

X. Metabolic Support

28. Metabonomics and Intensive Care
D. Antcliffe, A. C. Gordon

29. The Rationale for Permissive Hyperglycemia in Critically Ill Patients with Diabetes
J. Mårtensson, R. Bellomo

30. Indirect Calorimetry in Critically Ill Patients: Concept, Current Use, and Future Challenges
E. Waele, P. M. Honoré, H. D. Spapen

XI. Ethical Issues

31. Managing Intensive Care Supply-Demand Imbalance
C. C. H. Leung, W. T. Wong, C. D. Gomersall

32. Advances in the Management of the Potential Organ Donor After Neurologic Determination of Death
A. Confalonieri, M. Smith, G. Citerio

33. Humanizing Intensive Care: Theory, Evidence, and Possibilities
S. M. Brown, S. J. Beesley, R. O. Hopkins

XII. Applying New Technology

34. Ultrasound Simulation Education for Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine
F. Clau-Terré, A. Vegas, N. Fletcher

35. Virtual Patients and Virtual Cohorts: A New Way to Think About the Design and Implementation of Personalized ICU Treatments
J. G. Chase, T. Desaive, J.-C. Preiser

XIII. Intensive Care Unit Trajectories: The Bigger Picture

36. Predicting Cardiorespiratory Instability
M. R. Pinsky, G. Clermont, M. Hravnak

37. Long-Term Outcomes After Critical Illness Relevant to Randomized Clinical Trials
C. L. Hodgson, N. R. Watts, T. J. Iwashyna

38. Long-Term Consequences of Acute Inflammation in the Surgical Patient: New Findings and Perspectives
P. Forget

39. Kairotropy: Discovering Critical Illness Trajectories Using Clinical Phenotypes with Big Data
G. E. Weissman, S. D. Halpern

Keywords: Medicine & Public Health, Intensive / Critical Care Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine

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Annual Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine
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513 pages
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