21st ESICM Annual Congress

September 2008
Intensive Care Medicine;Sep2008 Supplement 1, Vol. 34, p5
Academic Journal
Information about the 21st ESICM Annual Congress held in Lisbon, Portugal from September 21-24, 2008 is presented. Discussed in the event were the research papers tackling the topics of sepsis, human monocytes, apoptosis, lipoprotein, kinases, pathophysiologial approach to cardiovascular failure, endotoxemia, natriuretic peptides, caregivers, and intensive care unit management.


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