Focused Issue on Special Problems in Perioperative Critical Care

Posted On 2020-02-10 08:57:31

This focused issue on “Special Problems in Perioperative Critical Care” is edited by:
- Zsolt Molnar, MD, PhD, EDAIC, Institute for Translational Medicine, Medical School, University of Pecs, Pecs, Hungary
- Jan Benes, MD, PhD, Department of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine, Faculty of Medicine in Pilsen, Charles University, Czech Republic
- Bernd Saugel, MD, Department of Anesthesiology, Center of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Hamburg, Germany

In the current Focus Issue of the Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine our aim was to invite some of the leading researchers in the field of applied physiology in perioperative medicine. We are covering issues starting from defining the high-risk patient, down to the deep secrets of the mitochondria. Applying a physiology- and also the evidence-based approach at the bedside is not the exclusive privilege of researchers but should be the duty of every physician in the future.

Editorial on Special Problems in Perioperative Critical Care

Applied physiology in perioperative medicine: a concept for the future

Zsolt Molnar, Jan Benes, Bernd Saugel

Review Article on Special Problems in Perioperative Critical Care

Monitoring the post surgery inflammatory host response

Fathima Paruk, Julian M. Chausse

Setting intraoperative fraction of inspired oxygen
Ricard Mellado Artigas, Marina Soro, Carlos Ferrando

Which type of fluid to use perioperatively?

Ilonka N. de Keijzer, Thomas Kaufmann, Thomas W. L. Scheeren

Peri-operative adverse respiratory events and post-operative non-invasive ventilation

Sharon Einav, Marc Leone

Mind the mitochondria!

Mark A. Wefers Bettink, M. Sesmu Arbous, Nicolaas. J. H. Raat, Egbert G. Mik

Perioperative goal directed therapy—current view

Jan Zatloukal, Jiri Pouska, Jan Beneš

Fluid management in the perioperative setting: mind the kidney

Emanuele Favaron, Jonathan Montomoli, Matthias P. Hilty, Can Ince

Avoiding perioperative oxygen debt

Tamas Leiner, Krisztián Tánczos, Zsolt Molnar

Maintaining spontaneous ventilation during surgery—a review article

Zoltán Ruszkai, Zsolt Szabó

Defining the high-risk patient

Gemma Phillips, Amisha Cameron, Tamas Szakmany

Setting intraoperative positive end expiratory pressure: how to be protective

Arianna Iachi, Denise Battaglini, Chiara Robba, Paolo Pelosi, Lorenzo Ball

Perioperative hypotension: clinical impact, diagnosis, and therapeutic approaches

Phillip Hoppe, Karim Kouz, Bernd Saugel