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April 2023

Pediatric Critical Care
Guest Editors:Lauren R. Sorce, Joy D. Howell

We are delighted to present this Pediatric issue of Critical Care Clinics. In this issue, you will find a variety of topics that address current and evolving issues relevant to the pediatric critical care team. This issue contains a few landscape reviews of old and new therapies, including a review of cardiovascular monitoring, advances in extracorporeal membrane oxygenation, and the application of CAR-T cell therapy for pediatric malignancies. To provide new perspectives on existing issues, we include content focused on transfusion medicine, experiences delivering critical care to adults during early waves of the pandemic, and pediatric critical care outcomes (beyond the traditional morbidity and mortality). There is content focused on social and societal issues that impact the health care and well-being of children, including discussions of workforce diversity, the benefits of social determinants of health screening in the PICU, and the impacts of gun violence. Last, as we look forward, we include discussions of simulation education, point-of-care ultrasound, and the future of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine.

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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.