Vincent, Jean-Louis

Annual Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine 2017

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Table of contents

I. Infections

1. Severe Influenza Infection: Pathogenesis, Diagnosis, Management and Future Therapy
B. M. Tang, A. S. McLean

2. Implementing Antimicrobial Stewardship in Critical Care: A Practical Guide
J. Schouten, J. J. De Waele

II. Sepsis

3. Microvesicles in Sepsis: Implications for the Activated Coagulation System
G. F. Lehner, A. K. Brandtner, M. Joannidis

4. Mesenchymal Stem/Stromal Cells for Sepsis
C. Keane, J. G. Laffey

III. Fluids

5. Fluid Balance During Septic Shock: It’s Time to Optimize
X. Chapalain, T. Gargadennec, O. Huet

6. How to Use Fluid Responsiveness in Sepsis
V. Mukherjee, S. B. Brosnahan, J. Bakker

7. Use of ‘Tidal Volume Challenge’ to Improve the Reliability of Pulse Pressure Variation
S. N. Myatra, X. Monnet, J.-L. Teboul

8. Distribution of Crystalloids and Colloids During Fluid Resuscitation: All Fluids Can be Good and Bad?
I. László, N. Öveges, Z. Molnár

IV. Renal Issues

9. New Diagnostic Approaches in Acute Kidney Injury
M. Meersch, A. Zarbock

10. When Should Renal Replacement Therapy Start?
J. Izawa, A. Zarbock, J. A. Kellum

11. An Overview of Complications Associated with Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy in Critically Ill Patients
S. De Rosa, F. Ferrari, C. Ronco

12. Measuring Quality in the Care of Patients with Acute Kidney Injury
M. H. Rosner

13. Characteristics and Outcomes of Chronic Dialysis Patients Admitted to the Intensive Care Unit
M. Chan, M. Varrier, M. Ostermann

V. Metabolic Support

14. Energy Expenditure During Extracorporeal Circulation
E. De Waele, P. M. Honore, H. D. Spapen

15. Vitamin D, Hospital-Acquired Infections and Mortality in Critically Ill Patients: Emerging Evidence
G. De Pascale, M. Antonelli, S. A. Quraishi

VI. Cardiac Conditions

16. Anemia and Blood Transfusion in the Critically Ill Patient with Cardiovascular Disease
A. B. Docherty, T. S. Walsh

17. Right Ventriculo-Arterial Coupling in the Critically Ill
F. Guarracino, P. Bertini, M. R. Pinsky

VII. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

18. Antiarrhythmic Drugs for Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest with Refractory Ventricular Fibrillation
T. Tagami, H. Yasunaga, H. Yokota

19. Airway and Ventilation During Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
C. J. R. Gough, J. P. Nolan

VIII. Oxygenation and Respiratory Failure

20. High-Flow Nasal Cannula Support Therapy: New Insights and Improving Performance
G. Hernández, O. Roca, L. Colinas

21. Urgent Endotracheal Intubation in the ICU: Rapid Sequence Intubation Versus Graded Sedation Approach
G. Zaidi, P. H. Mayo

22. Sedation in ARDS: An Evidence-Based Challenge
D. Chiumello, O. F. Cozzi, G. Mistraletti

23. Mechanical Ventilation in Obese ICU Patients: From Intubation to Extubation
A. De Jong, G. Chanques, S. Jaber

24. Novel Insights in ICU-Acquired Respiratory Muscle Dysfunction: Implications for Clinical Care
A. Jonkman, D. Jansen, L. M. A. Heunks

IX. Neurological Conditions

25. Neuroanatomy of Sepsis-Associated Encephalopathy
N. Heming, A. Mazeraud, F. Verdonk

26. Clinical Utility of Blood-Based Protein Biomarkers in Traumatic Brain Injury
S. Mondello, A. I. R. Maas, A. Buki

27. Novel Metabolic Substrates for Feeding the Injured Brain
H. White, P. Kruger, B. Venkatesh

X. Burn Patients

28. Fluid Therapy for Critically Ill Burn Patients
A. Dijkstra, C. H. van der Vlies, C. Ince

29. Burn Patients and Blood Product Transfusion Practice: Time for a Consensus?
A. Holley, A. Cook, J. Lipman

XI. Drug Development and Pharmaceutical Issues

30. Bridging the Translational Gap: The Challenges of Novel Drug Development in Critical Care
S. Lambden, C. Summers

31. Medicating Patients During Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation: The Evidence is Building
A. L. Dzierba, D. Abrams, D. Brodie

32. Anti-Inflammatory Properties of Anesthetic Agents
F. F. Cruz, P. R. M. Rocco, P. Pelosi

XII. The Extremes of Age

33. Facing the Ongoing Challenge of the Febrile Young Infant
A. DePorre, P. L. Aronson, R. McCulloh

34. Post-Discharge Morbidity and Mortality in Children with Sepsis
O. C. Nwankwor, M. O. Wiens, N. Kissoon

35. Emergency Abdominal Surgery in the Elderly: How Can We Reduce the Risk in a Challenging Population?
X. Watson, M. Cecconi

XIII. Simulation

36. Patient-Specific Real-Time Cardiovascular Simulation as Clinical Decision Support in Intensive Care Medicine
M. Broomé, D. W. Donker

37. Making the Best Use of Simulation Training in Critical Care Medicine
A. Mahoney, J. Vassiliadis, M. C. Reade

XIV. Organization and Quality of Care

38. We Have Good Enough Data to Support Sepsis Performance Measurement
H. C. Prescott, V. X. Liu

39. The Use of Health Information Technology to Improve Sepsis Care
J. L. Darby, J. M. Kahn

40. Beyond Semantics: ‘Disproportionate Use of Intensive Care Resources’ or ‘Medical Futility’?
E. J. O. Kompanje, J. Bakker

41. Reflections on Work-Related Stress Among Intensive Care Professionals: An Historical Impression
M. M. C. van Mol, E. J. O. Kompanje, J. Bakker

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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556 pages
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