Who gets scarce life-saving resources when hospitals are overwhelmed? And how are these decisions made? State and territory governments are yet to answer these difficult questions.
COVID patients in ICU are younger, sicker and stay for longer than other critically unwell patients, affecting the entire hospital and its staff.
Prevention may be the best way to cope with the worldwide wave of treatment-resistant fungal pathogens.
Studies like this are important because they help gather data from an African perspective.
Research shows that more than half of patients in intensive care don’t get enough nutrition.