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Patient Mortality Is Associated With Staff Resources and Workload in the ICU

21 July, 2015|

Hola a tod@s, my dear friendsJust published in Critical Care Medicine, today we want to share an article which comes to talk about something that could be thought by anyone without being an ICU healthcare professional. We were talking about this on January (To more nurses, less mortality). And we will talking for sure.Patient Mortality Is Associated With Staff Resources [...]

To more nurses, less deaths

29 January, 2015|

Hola a tod@s, my dear friends.Demolisher headline, isn´t it?.It is one of the results of the article The Impact of Hospital and ICU Organizational Factors on Outcome in Critically Ill Patients: Results From the Extended Prevalence of Infection in Intensive Care Study recently published in Critical Care Medicine and signed by Andrew Rhodes, Niall Ferguson or Jean-Louis Vincent, almost nothing.In [...]

Moral Distress in the ICU Team

15 January, 2015|

Hola a tod@s, my dear friends. A few days ago Dr. Vicente Gómez-Tello sent me this article published in Critical Care Medicine in December 2014, because he knew that it could interest us: A Qualitative Study Exploring Moral Distress in the ICU Team: The Importance of Unit Functionality and Intrateam Dynamics. Again the qualitative research provides us with data from [...]

The Changing Role of Palliative Care in the ICU

15 November, 2014|

Hola a tod@s, my dear friends: Just ending the week thanks to Dra. Mari Cruz Martín, head of service at ICU of Hospital Universitario de Torrejón, who sends us this awesome article: The Changing Role of Palliative care in the ICU, published in the issue of November 2014 in Critical Care Medicine.There is a growing recognition that a effective integration [...]

Interventions to prevent stress post-ICU: write your diary

9 June, 2014|

Hola a tod@s: As I am slowly trying to return to normal, I bring you an article and a website thanks to the great Dr. Carlos Muñoz de Cabo, mate of ICU in Torrejón. Two for the price of one!Published in Critical Care Medicine, Rehabilitation Interventions for Postintensive Care Syndrome: a Sistematic Review analyzes what interventions are useful to improve [...]

Investigating Conflict in ICUs: Is the Clinicians´ perspective enough?

8 April, 2014|

Hello everybody, my beloved rogue.Today I thank Dr. Alberto Del Castillo, from my nostalgia ICU of the Hospital's Son Llàtzer, for sending me the article I present, published in February of 2014 in Critical Care Medicine (CCM), the official journal of the American Society of Intensive Care (SCCM). Serve this photo as a tribute and given our football preferences not I have [...]