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The Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society is the leading advocate on all intensive care related matters. ANZICS leads the world in intensive care research through its Clinical Trials Group and patient databases, including the Adult Patient Database, the Paediatric Intensive Care Registry and Critical Care Resources. The Society is devoted to all aspects of intensive care medical practice through ongoing profes​sional education, the provision of leadership in medical settings, clinical research and analysis of critical care resources.

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SAVE THE DATE!
2020 ANZICS/ACCCN ASM
14 - 16 October 2020, SYDNEY! #ASM20Sydney
For more info: https://t.co/oML7DeIYEW

You might be happy to know the ABSTRACT DEADLINE has been extended to June 13th 😉! With submissions from over 80 countries already, join us for this truly international event! #wcic19

Are you an ANZICS Trainee? Don't forget to submit an abstract for the Matt Spence Medal at the 2019 World Congress! Aside from presenting research to an international audience, the winner of the award also receives AU$5000. View previous winners at: https://t.co/uL7NJGXzG4

Don't forget abstract submission for the 2019 World Congress closes in 6 days!! Head to https://t.co/B4rHt9KfsH for more information and to view the awards!

Videos from the 2019 ANZICS Safety & Quality Conference are becoming available! See Prof Julie Considine speak on Improving Outcomes from In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest https://t.co/UhrcTGBEej #ANZICSRRT

Results of the @anzicsctg Endorsed #PEPTICtrial now available via @JAMA_current. Congratulations to all involved! 👏👏👏
@DogICUma @ICCCTN #CCR20 https://t.co/m1AG9yFScj

Correction: Due to a technical issue the Sepsis GBD Study is available here only: https://t.co/XpKDvEpxP8

The URL below will go live at 2330 h UK time tonight. https://t.co/i6xcN2bIPX

Presenting now #CCR20—First #GBDStudy estimates of #sepsis incident cases (49 million in 2017) & mortality (11 million in 2017) are twice that thought previously; highlighting need for greater prevention and treatment especially in sub-Saharan Africa @IHME https://t.co/vSwZVshhmt

Results of the multinational #PEPTICTRIAL now published. Kudos to @DogICUma @anzicsctg @ICCCTN @UKCCRGroup and our teams across 8 ICUs and eCritical in Alberta who made an important contribution to this massive collaborative work @UAlberta_ICU @ahs_scn @AHS_media @UAlberta_FoMD https://t.co/eXnLMnkom4

Here’s what we did in the #PEPTICtrial, what we found, and what I think it all means. #CCR20 @jama_current

Incredible number of patients randomised to #PEPTIC
Largest number of patients in a randomised control trial #CCR20 #hrbireland

The results are in.

Relative risk of mortality with PPI vs H2RB is 1.05. Very narrow confidence intervals.

#PEPTICTrial #CCR20