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PCCM is the first scientific, peer-reviewed journal to focus exclusively on pediatric critical care and critical care neonatology.
View critical content from the latest issue of PCCM! Editor-in-Chief Robert C. Tasker, MA, MBBS, MD, FRCP, FRCPCH, created this brief video to highlight the must-read articles in this month's issue.
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The February 2024 issue highlights three late-breaker articles on various subjects—effects of early rehabilitation in critically ill children, early use of adrenaline infusions in septic shock, and the use of stress ulcer prophylaxis versus placebo in critically ill children with heart disease. Feature articles explore family challenges of PICU patients as well as topics in tracheal intubation. The Pediatric Critical Care Medicine trial and brief report investigate the levels and use of vitamin C and thiamin in children with suspected sepsis. Online clinical investigations cover topics including hospital failure to rescue in postoperative mortality, suicide and self-harm in adolescents during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the association of hospital-acquired venous thromboembolism with mechanical ventilation. The issue concludes with a study on dying and death in a PICU.
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The ICU Liberation Campaign aims to liberate patients from the harmful effects of an intensive care unit stay. The campaign is expanding to include more resources for children and infants. Host Ludwig Lin, MD, was joined by Jerry...
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Although the variety of noninvasive interfaces for pediatric patients has grown in the past 10 years, they are still limited. Donald S. Prough, MD, FCCM, was joined by Natalie Napolitano, MPH, RRT-NPS, during the 2023 Critical Care...
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