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Dying with Dignity in the Intensive Care Unit

27 June, 2014|

Hola a tod@s, my beloved rogue. Published yesterday in The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), I share this review article with title Dying with Dignity in the Intensive Care Unit signed by the doctors Deborah Cook and Graeme Rocker, from Canada. Traditional  goals of  Intensive Care are to reduce the mortality and morbidity associated with critical illness, maintain organ function [...]

Family presence during cardiopulmonary resuscitation

16 April, 2014|

Hello everybody, my dear friends.Today this blog is 2 months old, and continues to grow powerful and on fireThank you very much for follow it.Today I would like to share an article thanks to Dr. Vicente Gomez-Tello, published in March 2013 in The New England Journal of Medicine.Thorny issue. This is a study carried out in France, where recruited to 570 relatives of patients who [...]

Long-Term Cognitive Decline in Critically Ill Patients

10 April, 2014|

Hello my Friends: After the incredible yesterday football match (thanks to Barcelona supporters for fair play), I would like to share another article. This one has been revised by Dr. Björn Weiss in ESICM.   Pandharipande and colleagues revealed that every fourth critically ill patient has a long-term cognitive impairment comparable to mild Alzheimer’s disease one year after discharge. Their article was [...]

There is a LIFE before Death.

6 April, 2014|

My dear rascals: Sometimes you just get excited when you know you are living in a dream . Remember, as Eduard Punset says a lot brighter than the Bimbo bread speech that " Before Death ... there is a LIFE" . Indeed , a blog is far from a Scientific Journal. Basically it is a blog: its outreach and penetration is much higher since there [...]