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Systematic Review Wang Y. et al. - Efficacy and safety of gastrointestinal bleeding prophylaxis in critically ill patients: an updated systematic review and network meta-analysis of randomized trials

Systematic Review Laserna A. et al. - Pain management during the withholding and withdrawal of life support in critically ill patients at the end-of-life: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Editorial Vieillard-Baron A. et al. - Lung ultrasonography as an alternative to chest computed tomography in COVID-19 pneumonia?

Original Wihersaari L. et al. - Neurofilament light as an outcome predictor after cardiac arrest: a post hoc analysis of the COMACARE trial

Original ~ Lichter Y. et al. - Lung ultrasound predicts clinical course and outcomes in COVID-19 patients

From the inside Kanaris C. et al. - Moral distress in the intensive care unit during the pandemic: the burden of dying alone

Editorial Meyhoff T.S. et al. - Fluid trials: searching for a solution to an age-old problem

Original Young P. et al. - Conservative oxygen therapy for mechanically ventilated adults with suspected hypoxic ischaemic encephalopathy

Letter Bein T. et al. - Ensuring editorial continuity and quality of science during the COVID-19 storm: the ICM experience

Original ~ Xie J. et al. - Clinical characteristics and outcomes of critically ill patients with novel coronavirus infectious disease (COVID-19) in China: a retrospective multicenter study

Editorial Fujii T. et al. - Vitamin C and thiamine for sepsis: time to go back to fundamental principles

Editorial Ferguson N. et al. - How severe COVID-19 infection is changing ARDS management

Letter ~ Stenqvist O. Transpulmonary driving pressure, without esophageal pressure measurements, instead of airway driving pressure

Letter Shi L. et al. - The pooled prevalence of pulmonary embolism in patients with COVID-19

Letter Arulkumaran N. et al. - Steroids in ARDS: more light is being shed

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