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What should we target after TARGET?   [Dec-2018]

Young, Paul J; Bellomo, Rinaldo ; Chapman, Marianne J; Deane, Adam M; Peake, Sandra L

How to improve the care of patients with acute kidney injury   [Jun-2017]

Bellomo, Rinaldo ; Vaara, Suvi T; Kellum, John A

Opinions and practices of blood glucose control in critically ill patients with pre-existing type 2 diabetes in Australian and New Zealand intensive care units.   [Sep-2019]

Poole, Alexis P; Anstey, James; Bellomo, Rinaldo ; Biradar, Vishwanath; Deane, Adam M; Finfer, Simon R; Finnis, Mark E; French, Craig J; Kar, Palash; Kruger, Peter S; Maiden, Matthew J; MÃ¥rtensson, Johan; McArthur, Colin J; McGuinness, Shay P; Secombe, Paul J; Tobin, Antony E; Udy, Andrew A; Eastwood, Glenn M 
Keywords Critical care
Abstract Approximately 9000 patients with type-2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) are admitted to an intensive care unit (ICU) in Australia and New Zealand annually. For these patients, recent exploratory data suggest that targeting a more liberal blood glucose

ANZICS guiding principles for complex decision making during the COVID-19 pandemic.   [15-Apr-2020]

Warrillow, Stephen J ; Austin, Danielle; Cheung, Winston; Close, Eliana; Holley, Anthony; Horgan, Ben; Jansen, Melanie; Joynt, Gavin; Lister, Paula; Moodie, Stewart; Nichol, Alistair; Nicholls, Mark; Peake, Sandra; Skowronski, George; Streat, Stephen; White, Ben; Willmott, Lindy
Abstract making, the Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society (ANZICS) formed a committee to urgently develop guidelines outlining key principles that should be utilised during the pandemic. This guidance is intended to support the practice of intensive

Pearls and pitfalls in comprehensive critical care echocardiography   [17-Nov-2017]

Orde, Sam; Slama, Michel; Hilton, Andrew K ; Yastrebov, Konstantin; McLean, Anthony
Keywords Critical care
Abstract Critical care echocardiography is developing rapidly with an increasing number of specialists now performing comprehensive studies using Doppler and other advanced techniques. However, this imaging can be challenging, interpretation is far from

The evolving role of intensive care in health care and society.   [Oct-2019]

Warrillow, Stephen J ; Raper, Raymond
Keywords Intensive care

An Update on Temperature Management Following Cardiac Arrest in Australian and New Zealand ICUs.   [1-Oct-2021]

Young, Paul J; Bailey, Michael; Bellomo, Rinaldo 

A review of video laryngoscopes relevant to the intensive care unit.   [1-Jul-2014]

Karalapillai, Dharshi ; Darvall, Jai; Mandeville, Justin; Ellard, Louise ; Graham, Jon; Weinberg, Laurence 
Abstract The incidence of difficult direct intubation in the intensive care unit (ICU) is estimated to be as high as 20%. Recent advances in video-technology have led to the development of video laryngoscopes as new intubation devices to assist in difficult
Keywords End-of-life care decision making
Journals
Title Anaesthesia & Intensive Care
Title Intensive Care Medicine
Title Anaesthesia And Intensive Care
Title Intensive Care Medicine Experimental
Title Arthritis Care and Research
Title Critical Care and Resuscitation
Title Arthritis care & research
Title Journal of the International Association of Physicians in AIDS Care
Title Point of Care
Title International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance