NEWS

How do you think about new hypotension in patients admitted to the ICU for pulmonary embolism? New vasopressor need is very rare (2.7%) and often related to bleeding. Think twice before pushing thrombolytics! 8/22/2019

How do you think about new hypotension in patients admitted to the ICU for pulmonary embolism? New vasopressor need is very rare (2.7%) and often related to bleeding. Think twice before pushing thrombolytics!

We are excited to announce the completion of our RCT comparing Ubiquinol (reduced coenzyme Q10) to placebo in post-Cardiac Arrest care! 8/21/2019

Ubiquinol as a Metabolic Resuscitator in Post-Cardiac Arrest

Article of the Month – June 2019 6/18/2019

Congratulations to Mathias J. Holmberg, Mahmoud S. Issa, Ari Moskowitz, Peter Morely, Michelle Welsford, Robert W. Neumar, Edison F. Paiva, Amin Coker, Christopher K. Hansen, Lars W. Andersen, Michael W. Donnino, Katherine M. Berg for Article of the Month in the Official Journal of the European Resuscitation Council, Resuscitation, for “Vasopressors during adult cardiac arrest: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis”.

Shock Symposium 2019 05/31/2019

Congratulations to Jerry Nolan for Lifetime Achievers Award 2019! Congratulations to Abstract Winners: Mathias J. Holmberg, Nicholas A. Bosch, Caitlin M. Dadhania! The Shock Symposium of 2019 was a success! Click the link for a short video.

 

Congratulations to Tuyen, Anne Kirstine, and Mahmoud in their presentations at the regional SAEM conference 3/27/2019

Tuyen Yankama (CRS biostatistician) presented prospective validation of Dr. Cocchi et al Lactate-hypotension index post-CA at regional SAEM conference – simple risk-stratification tool. Mahmoud Presented Effectiveness of children’s Disaster risk reduction (DRR) on earthquakes preparedness  in Jordan. Anne Kirstine Hoeyer-Nielsen (medical student) presented preliminary results of a prospective study in cardiac arrest patients receiving targeted temperature management (TTM).  Conference pics can be found here.

EVENTS

Happy New Year!

The CRS Team is wishing you and yours a Happy New Year. We are looking forward to the virtual events happening for 2021. Visit us again for updates!

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