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(Der Anaesthesist[TA])
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  • [Future of emergency medicine in Germany 2.0]. [Review]
  • AAnaesthesist 2017 Apr 19
  • Gries A, Bernhard M, … Gräsner JT
  • In 2003 an article on the future of prehospital emergency medicine in Germany was published in the journal Der Anaesthesist. Emergency medicine in Germany, which at that time was almost exclusively d...
  • [Quality indicators for rescue operations in terrorist attacks or other threats : A pilot study after the Würzburg terrorist attack of July 2016]. [Journal Article]
  • AAnaesthesist 2017 Apr 06
  • Wurmb T, Justice P, … Helm M
  • CONCLUSIONS: In this study we first describe quality indicators and parameters suitable for the German rescue system in order to evaluate rescue operations for violence caused mass casualties. There is similar international documentation, but it does not specifically focus on life-threatening operations and are not adapted to the German context.There is an important need to systematically evaluate rescue missions after mass killing incidents. In this study we report a template of parameters and quality indicators in order to systematically evaluate mass violence events. The presented template is the result of an expert consensus process and may serve as a basis for further development and research.
  • [Palliative therapy concepts in intensive care medicine]. [Journal Article]
  • AAnaesthesist 2017; 66(4):233-239
  • Schuster M, Ferner M, … Laufenberg-Feldmann R
  • Involvement of palliative care is so far not common practice for critically ill patients on surgical intensive care units (ICUs) in Germany. The objectives of palliative care concepts are improvement...
  • [Antipyretics in intensive care patients]. [Journal Article]
  • AAnaesthesist 2017 Mar 31
  • Simon A, Leffler A
  • CONCLUSIONS: The benefit of fever control using antipyretics in intensive care patients with regard to endpoints like lethality remains unclear. Randomized controlled trials with suitable protocols and endpoints are needed to provide a solid base for development of guidelines.
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