As previously reported, the NEJM is running a new series covering some key aspects of critical care incorporating your opinions on the management of common ICU issues. The first poll has closed and the results and discussion are in.
In case you missed it, the series involves the presentation of a critical care case with a specific clinical question that you can vote and comment on. An editorial then follows from a world expert discussing the case and your votes.
The first editorial and introduction to the series is here (for free)
The first poll question got stuck in with some core sepsis hot topics asking about the use of intravenous immune globulin, steroids and statins in a 77 year old man with intraabdominal sepsis.
Read more to recap the first case and to see how our colleagues worldwide responded!