Journal Information
Issue
Vol. 48. Issue 1.
Pages 1-66 (January 2024)
Sumario en español
Editorial
Advanced data analysis and intensive care medicine
Federico Gordo Vidal, Natalia Gordo Herrera
Med Intensiva. 2024;48:1-2
Original article
Predictors of mechanical ventilation and mortality in critically ill patients with COVID-19 pneumonia
Sergio Muñoz Lezcano, Miguel Ángel Armengol de la Hoz, Alberto Corbi, Fernando López, Miguel Sánchez García, Antonio Nuñez Reiz, Tomás Fariña González, Viktor Yordanov Zlatkov
Med Intensiva. 2024;48:3-13
Improvement in intubation success during COVID-19 pandemic with a simple and low-cost intervention: A quasi-experimental study
Guillermo Jesús Mauro, Gustavo Armando, Lorena Natalia Cabillón, Santiago Tomás Benitez, Sabrina Mogliani, Amanda Roldan, Marisol Vilca, Ricardo Rollie, Gustavo Martins
Med Intensiva. 2024;48:14-22
Factors associated with prolonged mechanical ventilation in children with pulmonary failure: Cohort study from the LARed Network registry
Juan Sebastián Barajas-Romero, Pablo Vásquez-Hoyos, Rosalba Pardo, Juan Camilo Jaramillo-Bustamante, Regina Grigolli, Nicolas Monteverde-Fernández, Sebastián Gonzalez-Dambrauskas, Roberto Jabornisky, ... on behalf of the LARed Network
Med Intensiva. 2024;48:23-36
Factors associated with short- and long-term outcomes in lung cancer patients requiring unplanned invasive mechanical ventilation
Emeric Chatelain, Marie Simon, Romain Hernu, Laurent Argaud, Martin Cour
Med Intensiva. 2024;48:37-45
Highlights

  • More than one-third of patients with lung cancer were successfully weaned off unplanned invasive mechanical ventilation and discharged from ICU.

  • The characteristics of lung cancer were not independently associated with weaning success or ICU survival.

  • Less than 1 in 5 patients was still alive 1year after intensive care unit admission.

  • Metastatic status and lung resection were the only 2 factors associated with long-term outcomes.

  • Most survivors with planned cancer treatment were able to receive treatment after discharge from the ICU.

Update in intensive care medicine: ultrasound in the critically ill patient. clinical applications
Role of ultrasound in the critical ill patient with ECMO
Luis Martin-Villen, Rafael Martin-Bermudez, Helena Perez-Chomon, Mari Paz Fuset Cabanes
Med Intensiva. 2024;48:46-55
Point of view
Artificial intelligence and the Internet of Medical Things in the ICU: Time for implementation
Juan-Jose Beunza, Jose-Luis Lafuente, Samuel González, Vicente Gómez-Tello
Med Intensiva. 2024;48:56-8
Scientific letters
Pulmonary alveolar proteinosis treated with whole-lung lavage under veno-venous extracorporeal membrane oxygenation, clinical case series and review of the literature
Roberto Gómez-Sánchez, Patricia Santa-Teresa, José Javier García López, Patricia Duque, Jorge García-Carreño, Alexis Jaspe
Med Intensiva. 2024;48:59-61
Images in intensive medicine
Diagnosis of interventricular septum rupture by means of computed axial tomography
Alberto Lorenzo Aguilar, Sara Ribes García, Edgar Lorente Martínez
Med Intensiva. 2024;48:62-3
Pleural migration of esophageal stent
Ignacio Sáez de la Fuente, Silvia Chacón Alves, Zaira Molina Collado
Med Intensiva. 2024;48:64-5
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