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The Journal of Intensive Care Medicine is intended for all clinicians and researchers interested in intensive/critical care. The Journal publishes authoritative, peer-reviewed reviews of disease progression and treatments in intensive care; common diagnostic and therapeutic procedures and techniques for a variety of organ systems; new and experimental approaches to disease management; and end-of-life issues. The Journal of Intensive Care Medicine is the only journal that offers all medical and surgical clinicians in adult and pediatric intensive care state-of-the-art, broad-based analytic reviews and updates, original articles, reports of large clinical series, techniques and procedures, topic-specific electronic resources, book reviews, and editorials on all aspects of intensive/critical/ coronary care. Focuses: Disease progression and treatment in intensive care; Common diagnostic and therapeutic procedures and techniques for a variety of organ systems; New and experimental approaches to disease treatment; Patient evaluation and management; End of life issues. The Journal of Intensive Care Medicine also discusses the essential principles, protocols, clinical presentations, guidelines, indications, contraindications, complications, necessary equipment, priorities, ethical and legal issues, changes, and recommendations for ongoing care for every aspect of ICU patient care.