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Editorial: Advancing Telehealth-Based Screening for Postintensive Care Syndrome: A Coronavirus Disease 2019 Paradigm Shift

From Critical Care Medicine . In this Editorial, the authors discuss the article by Martillo et al. entitled “Postintensive Care Syndrome in Survivors of Critical Illness Related to Coronavirus Disease 2019: Cohort Study From a New York City Critical Care Recovery Clinic.” 

   Estimated Time: 10:04 min Coronavirus, COVID-19, Post COVID-19, Telemedicine

Online Letter to the Editor: Postcoronavirus Disease Chronic Fatigue Is Frequent and Not Only Restricted to Hospitalized Patients

From Critical Care Medicine . This Online Letter to the Editor was written in response to a paper by Martillo et al. entitled “Postintensive Care Syndrome in Survivors of Critical Illness Related to Coronavirus Disease 2019: Cohort Study From a New York City Critical Care Rec...

   Estimated Time: 3:29 min Coronavirus, COVID-19, Post COVID-19

Coronavirus Disease 2019: A Pandemic Spawning an Infodemic

From Pediatric Critical Care Medicine . In this Special Article, the authors make a call for the field of pediatric critical care to “move forward.” They note that, over a short period, some of the best science and resources have been applied to children with COVID-19 or MIS-...

   Estimated Time: 10:24 min Coronavirus, COVID-19

Editorial: Do Our Sedation Practices Contribute to Increased Mortality in Coronavirus Disease 2019–Related Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome?

From Critical Care Medicine . In this Editorial, the authors discuss the article by Wongtangman et al. entitled “Association of Sedation, Coma, and In-Hospital Mortality in Mechanically Ventilated Patients With Coronavirus Disease 2019–Related Acute Respiratory Distress Syndr...

   Estimated Time: 10:13 min Coronavirus, COVID-19, Sedation

Editorial: Advancing Telehealth-Based Screening for Postintensive Care Syndrome: A Coronavirus Disease 2019 Paradigm Shift

From Critical Care Medicine . In this Editorial, the authors discuss the article by Martillo et al. entitled “Postintensive Care Syndrome in Survivors of Critical Illness Related to Coronavirus Disease 2019: Cohort Study From a New York City Critical Care Recovery Clinic.” Th...

   Estimated Time: 10:04 min Coronavirus, COVID-19, Post COVID-19, Telemedicine

Online Letter to the Editor: Postcoronavirus Disease Chronic Fatigue Is Frequent and Not Only Restricted to Hospitalized Patients

From Critical Care Medicine . This Online Letter to the Editor was written in response to a paper by Martillo et al. entitled Postintensive Care Syndrome in Survivors of Critical Illness Related to Coronavirus Disease 2019: Cohort Study From a New York City Critical Care Reco...

   Estimated Time: 3:29 min Coronavirus, COVID-19, Post COVID-19

Increased Glucocorticoid Receptor Alpha Expression and Signaling in Critically Ill Coronavirus Disease 2019 Patients

From Critical Care Medicine . In this study, the authors found that ICU coronavirus disease 2019 patients showed upregulated glucocorticoid receptor alpha and glucocorticoid-inducible leucine zipper expression, along with cortisol levels, compared with ICU noncoronavirus dise...

   Estimated Time: 10:13 min Coronavirus, COVID-19, Sedation

Is Microthrombosis the Main Pathology in Coronavirus Disease 2019 Severity?—A Systematic Review of the Postmortem Pathologic Findings

From Critical Care Explorations .  In this systematic review, the authors attempted to retrieve and report the findings of postmortem studies including the histopathologic data of deceased coronavirus disease 2019 patients and to review the manifestations of coronavirus disea...

   Estimated Time: 43:28 min Anticoagulation, Coronavirus, COVID-19

Letter to the Editor: Less Lumping and More Splitting: Why We Should Not Call COVID Sepsis

From Critical Care Medicine . This Letter to the Editor is in response to an editorial by Shappell et al. entitled “Does Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 Cause Sepsis?”

   Estimated Time: 04:24 min Coronavirus, COVID-19

Comparison of Circulating Immune Cells Profiles and Kinetics Between Coronavirus Disease 2019 and Bacterial Sepsis

From Critical Care Medicine .  In this article the authors present a longitudinal analysis of the immune response in coronavirus disease 2019 patients, its correlation with outcome, and comparison between severe coronavirus disease 2019 patients and septic patients. They conc...

   Estimated Time: 19:03 min Coronavirus, COVID-19, Sepsis

A High Neutrophil-Lymphocyte Ratio Is Associated With Increased Morbidity and Mortality in Patients With Coronavirus Disease 2019

From Critical Care Explorations .  This study aimed to evaluate the prognostic potential of admission neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio in patients admitted to the medical ICU with coronavirus disease 2019. The authors concluded that the neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio at the time of h...

   Estimated Time: 08:55 min Coronavirus, COVID-19, Diagnosis and Testing

A Multicenter Evaluation of Survival After In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest in Coronavirus Disease 2019 Patients

From Critical Care Explorations .  In-hospital cardiac arrest survival among coronavirus disease 2019 patients has been reported to range from 0% to 12% -- significantly lower than reported prepandemic in-hospital cardiac arrest survival rates of approximately 20% to 25% in t...

   Estimated Time: 20:35 min Cardiovascular, Coronavirus, COVID-19

Letter to the Editor: Cytokine Blockade in Coronavirus Disease 2019: Keeping an Open Mind

From Critical Care Explorations .  This Letter to the Editor was written in response to the article by Rizvi and Gallo De Moraes entitled “New Decade, Old Debate: Blocking the Cytokine Pathways in Infection-Induced Cytokine Cascade.”

   Estimated Time: 09:02 min Coronavirus, COVID-19

Timing of Intubation in Coronavirus Disease 2019: A Study of Ventilator Mechanics, Imaging, Findings, and Outcomes

From Critical Care Explorations  The authors sought to determine the variation in outcomes and respiratory mechanics between the subjects who are intubated earlier versus later in their coronavirus disease 2019 course.

   Estimated Time: 19:46 min ARDS, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Ventilatory Support

Characteristics, Comorbidities, Complications, and Outcomes Among 802 Patients With Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 in a Community Hospital in Florida

From Critical Care Explorations .  In this study, the authors reviewed the demographics, characteristics, comorbidities, complications, and outcomes of hospitalized patients with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2, and their association with mortality at medical ...

   Estimated Time: 23:03 min Comorbidities, Coronavirus, COVID-19

Coronavirus Disease 2019–Associated PICU Admissions: A Report From the Society of Critical Care Medicine Discovery Network Viral Infection and Respiratory Illness Universal Study Registry

From Pediatric Critical Care Medicine . This study delineates significant clinically relevant differences in presentation, explanatory factors, and outcomes among children admitted to PICU with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2–related illness stratified by mult...

   Estimated Time: 31:49 min Coronavirus, COVID-19, pediatrics

Prone Positioning of Nonintubated Patients With Coronavirus Disease 2019—A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

From Critical Care Medicine . In this systematic review and meta-analysis, the authors found that, despite the significant variability in frequency and duration of prone positioning and respiratory supports applied, prone positioning was associated with improvement in oxygena...

   Estimated Time: 31:25 min Coronavirus, COVID-19, Proning

Letter to the Editor: Bias Due to Cohort Construction in the Study of Timing of Invasive Ventilation

From Critical Care Explorations . In this Letter to the Editor, the authors respond to an article by Dupuis et al., congratulating the contribution to the problem of identifying which patients with hypoxemic respiratory failure truly benefit from invasive ventilation and sugg...

   Estimated Time: 4:31 min Clinical Trials, Coronavirus, COVID-19

Determining Cause of Death During Coronavirus Disease 2019 Pandemic

From Critical Care Explorations . In this single-center study, the authors found that the majority of deaths in severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2–positive hospitalized patients were related to a typical or atypical presentation of coronavirus disease 2019 disease.

   Estimated Time: 16:36 min Coronavirus, COVID-19

Frugal Innovation: Enabling Mechanical Ventilation During Coronavirus Disease 2019 Pandemic in Resource-Limited Settings

From Critical Care Explorations . In this commentary, the authors note that low-quality care has become a greater determinant of mortality than lack of access. To address this, they suggest a systems-wide approach to improving the quality of mechanical ventilation in resource...

   Estimated Time: 10:32 min Coronavirus, COVID-19, Resource Allocation, Ventilatory Support