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Critical Care and Peri-operative Medicine Research Group

Hosted Studies

The group hosts several studies in collaboration with both national and international partners.

 

Over the years, we have supported numerous studies in critical care and perioperative medicine, along with other closely related specialities. This page provides an overview of the hosted projects we are currently recruiting to, and some of the projects we have completed.

 

Currently recruiting...

Perioperative Quality Improvement Programme (PQIP)

An audit to evaluate and to improve the quality of care received by the patient, studying information before, during surgery and the recovery afterwards. 

Twitter: @PQIPNews

Email: pqip@rcoa.ac.uk

Beta-Lactam InfusioN Group Study (BLING III)

A phase III randomised controlled trial of continuous beta-lactam infusion compared with intermittent beta-lactam dosing in critically ill patients​. 

Twitter: @BLING_III_

Email: blingiii@imperial.ac.uk

EuroPN

Observational Cohort Study on the Use of Parenteral Nutrition and Clinical Outcomes in Adult Critically Ill Patient (EuroPN)

The aim of this study is to characterise the use of clinical nutrition support, especially of parenteral nutrition that is administered directly into a vein, in adult patients with critical illness. 

ClinicalTrials.Gov

MOSAIC

Motivating Structured Walking Activity in People with Intermittent Claudication (MOSAIC)

The MOSAIC trial evaluates a new physiotherapy treatment for people with Intermittent Claudication.

Website

Completed...

EuroPOWER

European observational cohort study Postoperative Outcomes After Colorectal Surgery in Europe (EuroPOWER)

REVERSE-AKI

Randomised controlled pilot trial

REstricted Fluid Therapy VERsus Standard trEatment in Acute Kidney Injury (REVERSE-AKI)

PETRA

Audit

Perioperative blood transfusion in major cancer surgery (PETRA)

BALANCED

International randomised controlled trial Anaesthetic depth and complications after major surgery

METS 

International prospective cohort study  Measurement of Exercise Tolerance before Surgery (METS)

VISION

International prospective cohort study Vascular Events In Noncardiac Surgery Patients Cohort Evaluation (VISION)