The preliminary case studies have been reported and characterize patients of ages range from 4 to 87 years, a presentation with fever, cough and dyspnea, evolving severe hypoxic respiratory illness and ARDS within approximately 7 days of the onset of symptoms. Read more...
OSCILLATE trial shows High PEEP, Low Tidal Volume conventional ventilation as or more effective than High Frequency Oscillation - results published in the New England Journal of Medicine - www.nejm.org.
Alexis Turgeon and the TBI-Prognosis team recently received funding for this multicenter prospective study aiming to develop a prognostic model and prediction rule following severe traumatic brain injury. The TBI-Prognosis Study involves researchers and trauma centers from across Canada.
The CCCTG Winter 2014 Scientific Meeting will be held at the Post Hotel, in Lake Louise, Alberta, on January 27 to 31. More than 100 members attended the last winter meeting.
The next CCCTG Scientific Meeting will be held in Quebec City, from June 17th to June 20th. More details to come!