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January 2022

Diagnostic Excellence in the ICU: Thinking Critically and Masterfully
Guest Editors: Paul A. Bergl, Rahul S. Nanchal

The modern intensive care unit (ICU) abounds with complexity. We support multiple failing organ systems, often among patients with a bewildering array of comorbidities and complications. We deal with the challenging tripartite intersection of what is possible, what patients and families desire, and what is reasonable. To stabilize deranged physiology, we apply an armamentarium of sophisticated technologies that in turn generate patient data ad infinitum: vital signs, laboratory test results, diagnostic images, ventilator parameters, measures of cardiac output, fluid balances, and much more.

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Critical Care Clinics updates you on the latest trends in patient management, keeps you up to date on the newest advances, and provides a sound basis for choosing treatment options. Published four times a year—in January, April, July, and October—each issue focuses on a single topic in critical care, including cardiac emergencies, sepsis, infectious diseases, shock and trauma, neurologic problems, toxicology, pulmonary disorders, intensive care procedures, and patient observation. Critical Care Clinics is also an ideal resource for those in the fields of anesthesia, emergency medicine, and respiratory medicine.