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A swimming pool in the ICU? By Wes Ely

18 June, 2016|

Published in The Wall Street Journal on June 17th, 2016 “A swimming pool in the ICU? You must be nuts.” The nurse’s voice was almost lost amid the whooshing ventilator and infusion pumps. Five days earlier, we had admitted Bennie, a Vietnam veteran, to the intensive care unit of our VA hospital in Nashville, Tenn. Frail and wrinkled, he had [...]

The ten barriers to appropriate management of patients at the end of their life

14 April, 2015|

In the article published in Intensive Care Medicine by Hillamn y Cardona-Morell, the main barriers that hinder an appropiate management of patients at the end of life are described. It is becoming more common the dilemma of admitting and treat in ICU certain patients that intensive medicine no longer can offer them what they really need: accepting the death process [...]

The video that will change your way of working

21 April, 2014|

Hello everybody, my beloved rascals:What about these Easter holidays? It was fantastic for me, enjoying my family. Wanting war, today I present you the video that will change your way of working if you do it in an ICU.By  the great Dr. Nicolás Nin from Montevideo, I have received an email with this video that comes from the Antipodes. In New Zealand there is [...]