- Roch A, Wiramus S, Pauly V, Forel J, Guervilly C, Gainnier M, et al. Long-term outcome in medical patients aged 80 or over following admission to an intensive care unit. Crit Care. 2011;15:R36 pubmed publisher..Although up to 50% of patients discharged from the hospital were still alive at 2 years, mortality was increased when compared with the general population. Physical function of long-term hospital survivors was greatly altered. ..
- Roch A, Guervilly C, Papazian L. Fluid management in acute lung injury and ards. Ann Intensive Care. 2011;1:16 pubmed publisher..In this sense, the use of beta-2 agonists may be beneficial but further studies are needed to confirm preliminary promising results. ..
- Lombardo V, Vinatier I, Baillot M, Franja V, Bourgeon Ghittori I, Dray S, et al. How caregivers view patient comfort and what they do to improve it: a French survey. Ann Intensive Care. 2013;3:19 pubmed publisher..Access by loved ones and their participation in care also is limited. The data also highlighted that some sources of discomfort are less often taken into account by caregivers, despite being considered to contribute significantly. ..
- Roch A, Hraiech S, Dizier S, Papazian L. Pharmacological interventions in acute respiratory distress syndrome. Ann Intensive Care. 2013;3:20 pubmed publisher..In the context of a persistent ARDS with histological proof of fibroproliferation, a corticosteroid treatment with a progressive decrease of doses can be proposed. ..
- Roch A, Hraiech S, Masson E, Grisoli D, Forel J, Boucekine M, et al. Outcome of acute respiratory distress syndrome patients treated with extracorporeal membrane oxygenation and brought to a referral center. Intensive Care Med. 2014;40:74-83 pubmed publisher..Age, SOFA score, and a diagnosis of influenza may be used to accurately evaluate the risk of death in ARDS patients considered for retrieval under ECMO from distant hospitals. ..
- Thomas G, Hraiech S, Cassir N, Lehingue S, Rambaud R, Wiramus S, et al. Venovenous extracorporeal membrane oxygenation devices-related colonisations and infections. Ann Intensive Care. 2017;7:111 pubmed publisher..We reported a quite low infection rate related to ECMO device. Further studies are needed to evaluate the benefits of systematic strategies of cannula culture at the time of ECMO removal. ..