Step by step, a reference hospital is growing and showing what is done is the result of reflection, communication and involvement by designers, hospital staff, patients and families. We speak of the Hospital Materno-Infantil Sant Joan de Déu in Barcelona.Diagnostic unit was transformed into a spaceship. This “restyling” was a success last year and the…Continue reading “Another Hospital is possible, by Mónica Ferrero”
Category Archives: intensive care
Talking about Open ICU again
Source: Talking about Open ICU again
The echos of World Sepsis Day, by Alberto Del Castillo
Our target in the World Sepsis Day is not the humanization of care of these patients and Posttraumatic syndrome suffered by many of them.Our goal has to be the prevention. To do this, there are such basic measures of prevention as the following: Vaccinating children protects grandparents Today there are effective vaccines for children, which protect us from the main pathogens.…Continue reading “The echos of World Sepsis Day, by Alberto Del Castillo”
Temporary pacemakers in critical care
Pacing in ICU is confusing. Sarah Wesley explains it clearly & practically in this video http://t.co/4O2OcYQlps pic.twitter.com/tr2oRd024K — Oliver Flower (@OliFlower) September 10, 2015 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js
ICU: a branch of hell?
Hola a tod@s, my dear friends.Today we make an exception in our holiday break to share great news with you. Intensive Care Medicine has just published on line another article signed by IC-HU Project members: Dra. Ángela Alonso of the ICU of Hospital Universitario de Fuenlabrada and myself.ICU: a branch of hell? (click here to access…Continue reading “ICU: a branch of hell?”
SMACC interview: Fong
Alice and Sophie interview Kevin Fong, one of life big under-achievers but surprisingly a stand-out speaker at SMACC Chicago. Source: SMACC interview: Fong
Disaster Planning for Dummies
A personal story of Cyclone Yasi. This presentation by Dr Sean McManus outlines an exhausting 96 hours. The post Disaster Planning for Dummies appeared first on Intensive Care Network. http://intensivecarenetwork.com/disaster-planning-for-dummies/
The tale of six blind physicians and the elephant
Source: The tale of six blind physicians and the elephant
The talk focuses on Traumatic Brain Injury. There is particular emphasis on Traumatic Subarachnoid Haemorrhage and Transfusion Thresholds in Traumatic Brain Injury. Source: Neuro-Trauma
Music therapy, a refuge in the ICU
Hola a tod@s, my dear friends.Many times we have spoken on this blog about the inclusion of music in the ICU, source of benefits for patients without side effects.In the pain management, for the anxiety in ventilated patients, help in decreasing the need for sedatives or even in the developmental care.I invite you to watch this short…Continue reading “Music therapy, a refuge in the ICU”
Feeding in ICU: A Trickle or a Torrent?
Feeding in the Intensive Care – A trickle or a torrent, is a great summary of several key critical care nutrition trials and how we can apply the evidence from these to the ICU patient. Source: Feeding in ICU: A Trickle or a Torrent?
Temporary Pacemakers in Critical Care
Temporary Pacemakers in Critical Care.
Surviving ICU: Do we think in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder?
Surviving ICU: Do we think in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder?.
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NeoMate v2 now available! Calculations, infusions and checklists for sick babies. Download free and please retweet! https://t.co/KmdtHROy9K — Chris Kelly (@chrisck) July 15, 2015