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Speakers discusses how to develop and operationalize performance improvement teams to implement the Surviving Sepsis Campaign’s Hour-1 Bundle. Accredited continuing education credit of 0.25 hours is available for this podcast. Visit sccm.org/store for details.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, hospitals implemented tele-critical care medicine to help patients while keeping staff safe from exposure. What is the role of tele-critical care medicine today? This podcast is sponsored by Equum Medical and CLEW Medical.
This Concise Critical Appraisal explores recent research investigating whether hydrocortisone for septic shock is best used alone or in combination with fludrocortisone.
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SCCM’s premier peer-reviewed journals provide articles to help readers stay ahead of the latest advances in critical care technology and research as new and innovative findings continually improve the practice of critical care. SCCM’s Professional and Select members receive Critical Care Medicine as part of their benefits, and members of the Pediatrics Section receive Pediatric Critical Care Medicine. SCCM also publishes the open access journal Critical Care Explorations.
Critical Care Medicine covers all aspects of acute and emergency care for the critically ill or injured patient, including the latest news on clinical breakthroughs and promising research.
As the official pediatric publication of SCCM and WFPICCS, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine is devoted to pediatric and neonatal intensive care medicine.
Critical Care Explorations is a rapid-publication, open-access journal that publishes exploratory and timely studies.