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  • Factors around fluid usage in critical care are under the spotlight, in a review article led by The George Institute for Global Health’s Director of Critical Care and Trauma, Professor John Myburgh…
    27/9/2013 -
    Media release
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  • A landmark study by Australian and New Zealand researchers has found that a widely used starch fluid for resuscitation of patients in intensive care units (ICUs) provides no clinical benefit and its…
    18/10/2012 -
    Media release
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  • The George Institute's different approach to critical care research has not only saved countless lives, but also been highly cost-effective, says intensive care specialist and researcher …
    15/11/2019 -
    Profile story
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  • The George Institute’s Professor John Myburgh has been awarded a Doctor of Science from UNSW Sydney for his outstanding contribution to the field of critical care and trauma. Professor Myburgh,…
    13/5/2019 -
    News
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  • The George Institute for Global Health has been awarded $4.5 million in the latest round of funding by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC). These grants will go to a number…
    01/11/2016 -
    News
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  • Staff in intensive care units are constantly faced with the challenge of making critical decisions, which have the potential to impact the survival and recovery of patients in their care, quickly…
    14/8/2013 -
    Media Enquiries
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  • The number of people with sepsis in Australian intensive care units (ICUs) is 50% higher than previously reported. The report from Royal North Shore Hospital and The George Institute for Global…
    09/9/2018 -
    Media release
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  • New research findings will have significant impact on the treatment of kidney failure patients in intensive care settings around the world. The largest study of its kind has shown that aggressive…
    22/10/2009 -
    Media release
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  • The results from the largest ever study of septic shock could improve treatment for critically ill patients and save health systems worldwide hundreds of millions of dollars each year. Researchers…
    19/1/2018 -
    Media release
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  • SYDNEY, JAN 17 - There are three times as many cases of sepsis and almost twice as many Australians dying from it each year than previously thought, according to the first assessment of the worldwide…
    16/1/2020 -
    Media release
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  • A landmark study that changed the way clinical research is conducted in critical care. The SAFE study investigated the effects of fluid resuscitation with 4% human albumin solution or normal saline…
    11/4/2013 -
    Project
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  • World first research by The George Institute for Global Health, published in The New England Journal of Medicine, has found paracetamol is safe for treating patients in intensive care and may even…
    06/10/2015 -
    Media release
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  • Ms Kelly Thompson is Program Manager, Global Women’s Health and a Research Fellow with the Division of Critical Care & Trauma and The Australian Sepsis Network.  She is undertaking a…
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  • Professor Jeffrey Lipman is a career Intensivist, having worked full-time in Intensive Care Units since 1979.   He received his medical degree (MBBCh) from the University of…
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  • The George Institute has been awarded more than $18 million to improve the health of all Australians, in the latest round of funding from Australia’s National Health and Medical Research Council (…
    06/12/2016 -
    News
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  • By Professor Robyn Norton As a result of significant reductions in maternal and infant mortality over the past few decades, we have much to celebrate in terms of improving health outcomes for…
    08/3/2017 -
    News
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