Achievements

ICUREsearch participation in the following projects

EUROBACT II

 

EUROBACT II is a global cohort study on septicemia associated with care in intensive care units. This international observational survey focuses on the retrospective analysis of the first 10 patients who presented with hospital-acquired sepsis and who were admitted to intensive care over a period of 3 consecutive months […]

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BMS study

 

BMS is a study on the marketing and statistical needs of companies. This study will aim to determine the knowledge of companies in these areas. Also, it will allow to analyze and understand the needs of a company based on several criteria, such as size. […]

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EURECA study

 

EURECA is a prospective European multicentre observational study on acute meningoencephalitis in the intensive care unit.
Acute meningoencephalitis (AME) is a serious neurological disorder associated with significant morbidity and mortality. Almost 60% of patients with acute meningoencephalitis […]

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FAMI-LIFE study

 

Since February 2020, the inclusions (500 patients) of the “FAMI-LIFE” study have been completed. The main objective of this study is to determine the incidence and risk factors for prolonged bereavement in the families of patients who died in palliative care units (USP) in France […]

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Empiricus Study

In patients with invasive candidiasis, early treatment with antifungals reduces the mortality associated with this pathology, which remains high. Given the lack of precision of early diagnostic tests, antifungal therapy is established empirically in patients with sepsis in serious condition, as long as they have risk factors for invasive fungal infections […]

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ICU-Diary

Influence of a patient’s diary on the lives of patients and families after a stay in intensive care: A randomized multicenter prospective study with blind assessment. Staying in intensive care is often traumatic for patients and families. Most patients report a complete absence of memories […]

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