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November 2019

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How ICU Liberation Brought Value to Our Patients, Team Members, and Administrators
An interview with an ICU Liberation Collaborative Leader and Participant.
Posted: 11/25/2019 | 0 comments |
Donor-Funded Training Supports Fundamentals Courses in Rwanda

Learn how Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) members turned a passion for improving care into action by holding donor-funded training in resource-limited areas.


Posted: 11/18/2019 | 0 comments |
Strategies for Reducing and Eliminating CLABSI And CAUTI in the Intensive Care Unit
The Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) held a session at the 48th Critical Care Congress that offered best practices for reducing CLABSI and CAUTI infections. Subject matter experts discussed quality improvement strategies as well as overcoming challenges and resistance to change.  We’ve outlined the questions from the session and curated responses.
 
Posted: 11/13/2019 | 0 comments |
Concise Critical Appraisal: Moderate Therapeutic Hypothermia in Patients with Nonshockable Rhythms
Lascarrou et al (N Engl J Med. 2019. Epub ahead of print) set out to test the effectiveness of moderate therapeutic hypothermia (MTH) in patients with nonshockable rhythms.
 
Posted: 11/12/2019 | 0 comments |