ACET TEAM PUBLICATIONS
Publications from ACET Team
- Improved interprofessional communication, handover and ward rounds in critical care (ICARUS) P Hopkins · A Chan · S Rasoli · C Bell · K Peters · A Feehan · J Dawson Full-text · Article · Mar 2015 · Critical Care 19 (Suppl 1): P524 · March 2015
- Rapid nurse-led assessment of critically-ill patients by sonography: a systematic review and multidisciplinary team survey. Sept 2014. Intensive Care Medicine
- The clinical and operational consequences of prolonged occupancy strain and the use of non-intensive care beds to deliver critical care in a central London teaching hospital. PA Hopkins · H Little · S Ward · C Harrington · A Feehan · K Peters · A Mcloone · M Dowling · T Chang · C Bell.No preview · Intensive Care Med · Oct 2015
- Predictive value of inter professional utilisation of indices of oxygenation in the first 24 hours of 3130 ventilated ICU admissions to a central London ICU. F. Wade-Smith · C. Bell · A. Feehan · K. Peters · G. Parsons · P. A. Hopkins.Intensive Care Med · Oct 2013
- Successful introduction of cardiac index, fluid responsiveness and oxygen delivery data into the primary survey at a central London major trauma centre and impact on time to CT, fluid resuscitation and disposal S Helyar · I De Abreu · S Holloway · P Hopkins. Critical Care 17(2) · March 2013
- Retrospective review of utilisation and outcomes of diaphragmatic EMG monitoring and neurally adjusted ventilatory assist in a central London teaching hospital over a three year period. A Skorko. D Hadfield. A Vercueil. C bell, A feehan. K Peters. P Hopkins. March 2013. Critical Care.
- Retrospective observation of 6-month survival following decompressive craniectomy in a London major trauma and stroke centre J Dawson · P Hopkins · J Ling · D Walsh · C Tolias Full-text · Article · Mar 2012 · Critical Care
- Haemodynamic changes during the peri-extubation period using tioreactance flow monitoring. J Thirsk. D Magimairaj. A Douiri. D Hadfield. P Hopkins. March 2012. Crit Care
- The effect of three interventions to reduce ICU delayed discharge in a central London teaching hospital and trauma centre. C. Ruse · C. Bell · A. Feehan · K. Peters · A. Skorko · Z. Ratansi · D. Green · P. A. Hopkins · Oct 2012 · Intensive Care Medicine
- The introduction of neurally adjusted ventilatory assist (NAVA) into a central London teaching hospital and comparison with conventional pressure support. D Hadfield. L Colorado. A Vercueil. P Hopkins. March 2010. Critical Care.