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Review~ Jean-François Timsit - Rationalizing antimicrobial therapy in the ICU: a narrative review

Original~ Christophe Guitton - Nasal high-flow preoxygenation for endotracheal intubation in the critically ill patient: a randomized clinical trial

Original~ Stefan J. Schaller - Influence of the initial level of consciousness on early, goal-directed mobilization: a post hoc analysis

Imaging in Intensive Care Medicine~  Grégory Papin -  Emergency craniotomy in semi-lateral position for posterior fossa hemorrhage evacuation under venoarterial extracorporeal membrane oxygenation

Imaging in Intensive Care Medicine Benjamin Maïer - Mechanical thrombectomy for a cerebral fat embolism 
 

Editorial Jason A. Roberts - Personalized antibiotic dosing for the critically ill 

What’s New in Intensive Care Mauro Oddo - Boosting the injured brain with supplemental energy fuels 

Editorial Michael Joannidis - 10 myths about frusemide 

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Featured Articles from Critical Care

Identification of subclasses of sepsis that showed different clinical outcomes and responses to amount of fluid resuscitation

In this latent profile analysis of 14,993 patients, Zhongheng Zhang et al. identified four subphenotypes of sepsis which showed different mortality outcomes and responses to fluid resuscitation.

Prevalence and risk factors for acute kidney injury among trauma patients

In this multicenter cohort study, Anatole Harrois et al. conclude that AKI has an early onset and is independently associated with mortality in trauma patients. Furthermore, prehospital and early hospital risk factors can provide good performance for early prediction of AKI after trauma.

Antimicrobial exposure and the risk of delirium in critically ill patients

In this analysis of the BRAIN-ICU study cohort, Jessica J. Grahl et al. found that first-, second-, and third-generation cephalosporins doubled the odds of delirium after baseline co-morbidities, ICU type, the course of critical care, and other competing antimicrobial and psychotropic medication risks were adjusted for.

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