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While monkeypox is usually a self-limited disease with symptoms lasting two to four weeks, severe cases can occur, so it is important for critical care clinicians to recognize potential monkeypox infections. Review frequently asked questions about monkeypox.
Has the rate of VTE in children changed over time? A 2009 study reported a 70% increase in VTE in acutely and chronically ill children. This Concise Critical Appraisal dives into a 2022 article that sought to determine whether the rate of VTE continued to increase between 2008 and 2019.
Little is known about the epidemiology of ventilator-acquired pneumonia among COVID-19 patients. This SCCM podcast explores a cohort exposed/nonexposed study that found a higher incidence of ventilator-associated pneumonia among COVID-19 patients compared with the general population.
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SCCM is partnering with Vanderbilt University Medical Center to offer a two-day course in which participants will gain the knowledge and skills to improve ICU patient care through application of the pain, agitation/sedation, delirium, immobility, and sleep disruption (PADIS) guidelines.
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A central component of the Society's mission is the support of quality-based improvement initiatives and resources to support the multiprofessional critical care team.
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SCCM is committed to supporting all healthcare professionals on COVID-19 pandemic front lines. Access complimentary online training designed for non-ICU clinicians.
The COVID-19 Rapid Resource Center offers hundreds of educational materials developed for clinicians to adopt the latest best practices for treating patients with COVID-19.
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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.