Intensive care medicine owes its roots to the support of failing ventilation 呼吸支持 Intensive Care Medicine 的根 呼吸支持 脊髓灰质炎导致的呼吸衰竭 吸入麻醉后的呼吸管理 RICU SICU Crit Care Clin 25 (2009) 239–250 General ICU 多器官生命支持
呼吸 ICU 的开始
历史回顾 -The first ICU in the world Acta Anaesthesiol Scand 2003;47: Bjorn Ibsen 第一次使用正压通气治疗 呼吸衰竭的医生 （ In the first ICU in the world ） 这项新技术的应用是病死率从 的 87% 下降到 的 15% 因此 1953 年 3 月是机械通气的生日
Controlled Respiration by Means of Special Automatic Machines as Used in Sweden and Denmark The treatment of ventilatory insufficiency after pulmonary resection with tracheostomy and prolonged artificial ventilation J Thorac Surg 1955;30(3):356–67 Engstrom had already demonstrated the advantage of his ventilator in the treatment of totally paralyzed polio victims during the Copenhagen epidemic Acta Anaesthesiol Scand 1963;(Suppl 13) McKesson machine with Trier Moerch's "Respirator". Proc R Soc Med August; 40(10): 603–607.
1929 when Dr. Walter Dandy of the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore described the use of a special postoperative unit for his neurosurgical Anesthesiology 2001;95(3):781–8.
Peter Safar- 现代 CPR 58 年美国巴的摩尔医院 safar 建立了一个多学科、专业性 ICU
Specialty or Subspecialty Crit Care Med 1978, 6:355–359
Intensive care medicine comes of age Julian Bion and Timothy Evans Sub-specialty of one or more disciplines ‘Supra-specialty’ (an add-on with common skills across all) Primary specialty There is considerable overlap in content between the supra-specialty and primary specialty models Clinical Medicine 2011,vol 11,6:519-20
Specialty or Subspecialty Primary specialty ？ Italy 、 Spain (Southern European) Australia/Newseland Southern American China Subspecialty ？ US/Canada(Northern American) European(Most anesthesiology) Crit Care Med 1981, 9:117–125.
Specialty Association of SCCM Members US Crit Care Med 1981, 9:117–125.
美国综合 ICU 与专科 ICU 的分布 Crit Care Med 2006; 34:1016–1024
Do we need specific cardiac ICU? James B Herrick (1861–1954) “The importance of absolute rest in bed for several days is clear.” Lancet 1988; 352: 1771–74
The first CICU in the world First CICU description was suggested by D.J. Julian in 1961 to the British Thoracic Society monitoring patients with acute myocardial infarction (AMI) for the early diagnosis and treatment of ventricular fibrillation Julian DG. Treatment of cardiac arrest in acute myocardial ischemia and infarction Lancet 1961;ii:840-4
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Location of cardiac arrests within hospital during the first 4 h after admission 76.2% 60.4%46.9% Q J Med 2005; 98:797–802
Evolution of the coronary care unit Crit Care Med 2010; 38:375–381
a blue baby with a heart malformation was considered "beyond the reach of surgical aid." Helen Taussig, Drs. Alfred Blalock, Helen Taussig, and Vivien Thomas. Blalock A, Taussig HB. The surgical treatment of malformations of the heart in which there is pulmonary stenosis or pulmonary atresia. JAMA 1945;128:
The evolution of cardiothoracic critical care Cardiothoracic (CT) critical care has 2 goals: To facilitate a rapid recovery To prevent or effectively treat complications J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 2011;141:3-6
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Development of CT Critical Care as a Subspecialty of Thoracic Surgery Cardiovascular–Thoracic Critical Care 2008 Conference American College of Chest Physicians Society of Critical Care Medicine
The recent evolution of coronary care units into intensive cardiac care units: the experience of a tertiary center in Florence Major complications observed during intensive cardiac care unit (ICCU) stay in the 1397 consecutive patients included in the study Complication n (%) Ventricular fibrillation14/1397 (1.0%) Complete AV block9/1397 (0.6%) Pulmonary edema12/1397 (0.9%) Cardiogenic shock on ICCU admission43/1397 (3.1%) Cardiogenic shock developed during ICCU stay 13/1397 (0.9%) Post-procedural complications observed during intensive cardiac care unit stay in all patients submitted to coronary angiography and intervention Complicationn (%) Acute renal failure requiring ultrafiltration 56/1265 (4.4%) Vascular and hemorrhagic complications54/1265 (4.3%) Cardiac tamponade7/1265 (0.6%) Mechanical complications6/1265 (0.5%) Mechanical ventilation15/219 (6.8%) Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine 2007, 8:181–187
Trends in CICU J Am Coll Cardiol 2007;49:1279–82
Clinical and Echocardiographic Correlates of Symptomatic Tachydysrhythmias After Noncardiac Thoracic Surgery 100 肺切除患者室上速的发生率 SVTNo SVT p Value ICU admission 4/181/82<0.004 Hospital stay, d 22.4± ±3.6< d mortality 3/181/82< 肺切除患者室上速的危险因素 Chest 1995;108;
Impact of 24-Hour In-House Intensivists on a Dedicated Cardiac Surgery Intensive Care Unit SICUCICUP ValueOR(95% CI) 机械通气数 620(66.5%)408(43.7%)< (0.33,0.47) ICU 住院天（中 位数） 0.96 (0.82, 1.83)0.98 (0.85, 1.93)0.02 ICU 再住院数 38 (4.07%)29 (3.11%) (0.46, 1.24) ICU 病死率 14 (1.50%)12 (1.29%) (0.39, 1.86) 30 天病死率 20 (2.14%)16 (1.71%) (0.41, 1.55) 住院天数（中位 数） 7.0 (5.0, 9.0)6.0 (5.0, 8.0) Ann Thorac Surg 2009;88:1153– 61
Impact of 24-Hour In-House Intensivists on a Dedicated Cardiac Surgery Intensive Care Unit Ann Thorac Surg 2009;88:1153– 61
The evolution of cardiothoracic critical care CT-ICU/CICU 非心脏的器官功能衰竭增多 Sepsis/Septic shock 增加 机械通气和肾脏替代治疗增加 机械的循环辅助生命支持增加 GICU 非心脏手术围手术期心脏并发症增 加 心脏结构和功能监测增加（心脏超 声） 循环机械支持技术增加