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  • [Knowledge and implementation of the S3 guideline on delirium management in Germany]. [Journal Article]
  • Anaesthesist 2016 Sep 19A
  • Saller T, V Dossow V, Hofmann-Kiefer K
  • CONCLUSIONS: For the first time, this study documents knowledge and implementation of the German S3 guidelines for delirium in intensive care. Overall, the guidelines for delirium care are less well executed than those for sedation. With growing knowledge of the guidelines, diagnosis and treatment of delirium fits the guidelines more frequently. The facility to document a delirium score in intensive records is insufficient. Especially a nursing-based delirium strategy could possibly improve implementation of the guidelines, claiming an eight-hour screening and documentation. However, the small number of hospitals that have integrated the guidelines into in-house standard operating procedures (40 %) shows urgent need for optimization. A re-evaluation involving all relevant caretakers could probably improve the implementation of guidelines in intensive care and perioperative medicine.
  • [Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis : A diagnostic challenge on the ICU]. [Journal Article]
  • Anaesthesist 2016 Sep 9A
  • Lachmann G, La Rosée P, … Spies C
  • CONCLUSIONS: Because of the similar clinical presentation to that of sepsis, HLH is often not recognized, resulting in a fatal outcome. In "sepsis" patients on the ICU with deterioration despite a standard of care, HLH needs to be considered by testing for ferritin when considering differential diagnoses. The complexity of the illness requires interdisciplinary patient care with specific integration of the hematologist in the diagnostic workup and therapeutic management, because of the frequent use of chemotherapy-based immunosuppression.
  • [External post-mortem examination]. [Journal Article]
  • Anaesthesist 2016; 65(9):713-24A
  • Hartwig S
  • The external post-mortem examination in Germany is a non-delegable medical duty for determination of death, identity of the deceased, cause of death, manner of death, time of death and notifiable inf...
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