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Anders Perner
Professor, Intensive Care Rigshospitalet, UCPH. Chair Centre for Research in Intensive Care. Editor ICM. PI of , and trials.
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Jon Blund Apr 23
At Innlandet hospital - Hamar, Norway, to welcome good colleagues as partners in the fluid resuscitation trial organised by and team at . We will soon be able to make better informed choices for our pts in septic shock.
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Anders Perner Apr 21
Prioriteringsdebatten bør også handle om hvordan vi bruger forskningsinvesteringerne. Patientnær forskning er direkte gavnlig for patienter og samfund
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Anders Perner Apr 21
gennemfører kliniske forsøg finansieret af og med det ene formål at forbedre behandlingen af så mange kritisk syge patienter så hurtigt som muligt
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Anders Perner Apr 21
Det er rigtigt godt, men et udfald af processen vil blive, at vi ikke har god evidens for >90% af det vi gør. Derfor vil der være en del usikkerhed, som kun kan ryddes af vejen ved at gennemføre mange flere kliniske forsøg uafhængigt af industrien. Er samfundet klar til det?
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Morten Freil Apr 21
Læger & patienter/pårørende skal sammen se på, om eksisterende behandlinger faktisk gavner patienterne, eller om ressourcer kan anvendes bedre. & patient-pårørendeforeninger til kamp mod overflødige behandlinger
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Anders Perner Apr 19
Replying to @toddrice_ICU
The trial targets O2 tension 60 vs. 90 mmHg. Some of the depicted SATs could represent severe hyperoxia.
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Anders Perner Apr 16
Balanced description of the possibilities and challenges of 'real world data' '...no amount of statistical jiujitsu matches the power of randomization to minimize bias and produce valid evidence about a product’s therapeutic efficacy' 😉
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Anders Perner Apr 15
Replying to @criticcaredoc @ESICM
It's part of a normalisation paradigm which should be challenged in clinical trials
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Anders Perner Apr 15
Replying to @criticcaredoc
It contributes to the harmful focus on p values and the dichotomisation of trial results
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Anders Perner Apr 15
Replying to @criticcaredoc
It may be that many interventions don't benefit most ICU pts?
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Matt Morgan Apr 12
Wonderful to work with such a strong, open, transparent and motivated group of researchers. 🇩🇰 and 🇬🇧 workshop by together for the benefit of patients.
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Matt Morgan Apr 12
Delighted to hold the HOT-ICU UK meeting today with & in the . 50% gender balance and 1/3 allied health PIs! . -ICU-UK
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Matt Morgan Apr 12
Fantastic start with revisiting the harms of oxygen first described over 250 years ago. -ICU
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Critical Care Reviews Apr 7
is now open for registration Discussing the best critical care trials of 2019 with their investigators, plus a little more... More trials to add during the year
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Anders Perner Apr 8
She's so cool
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Anders Perner Apr 8
Challenges in in kids. Important discussions by and colleagues
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Anders Perner Apr 7
100 patients randomized in in 8 🇩🇰🇸🇪 ICUs. Improved fluid therapy on the way in
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Anders Perner Apr 4
Trust me I'm a doctor 😉
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Anders Perner Apr 4
Antibiotika valg, 1 eller 2 stoffer og behandlingsvarighed er alle spørgsmål som vi ikke kan svare på selv ikke for de sygeste. Og for dem er bivirkninger og resistens udvikling meget vigtigt. Så derfor skal vi også lave af antibiotika
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Anders Perner Apr 1
Balanceret beskrivelse af mulighederne og udfordringerne med præcisionsmedicin
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