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New issue of the Internet Journal of Emergency and Intensive Care Medicine

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The Internet Journal of Emergency and Intensive Care Medicine is a six-monthly, peer-reviewed journal featuring original investigations, reviews, case reports and letter to the editor sections dealing with the current topics of the intensive care practice. The journal also has a mirror site in Spain (in English and Spanish). Readers are able to search the website and the WWW. There is a link to PubMed, and instructions for authors are provided as well.

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A review by J. Civetta ("Patients are talking - and we'd better listen!") and three linked papers about the use of physical restraints in the ICUs, stand out in the current issue.

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july 1999

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  1. The Internet Journal of Emergency and Intensive Care Medicine. [http://www.ispub.com/journals/ijeicm.htm]

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Nattino, G. New issue of the Internet Journal of Emergency and Intensive Care Medicine . Crit Care 3, webreport321 (1999). https://doi.org/10.1186/ccf-1999-webreport321

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  • Public Health
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Care Practice
  • Current Issue
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