Intensive care
Strategies to prevent organ failure
New evaluation therapies for sepsis
Monitoring cardiac function without the use of a pulmonary artery catheter
Newer ventilatory strategies
Inhaled vasodilator therapy for treatment of acute lung injury
Transfusion therapy in the critically ill
Resuscitation and trauma anaesthesia
Assisted ventilation for bystander-initiated cardiopulmonary resuscitation
Ventilation and cardiopulmonary resuscitation
End-tidal carbon dioxide and resuscitation
Pre-hospital thrombolysis
Electrical defibrillation: new technologies
Modified haemoglobins and perfluorocarbons
Ethical dilemmas in intensive care: can the problem be solved?
Cost-effectiveness analysis in anaesthesia
Clinical outcomes research: the international perspective
Evidence-based methods to improve anaesthesia and intensive care
Impact of audit systems on the quality of care
Involvement of an anaesthetic department in terminal therapy
Current World Literature