Hospital intensive care no busier than normal, leaked documents show

Critcon levels 3 and 4 are enacted during a ‘full stretch’ and ‘emergency’, when other wards…

Traumatised intensive care nurses ‘sectioned’ in wake of first wave

In April, three front line staff were pictured wearing clinical waste bags on their heads and…

How data from intensive care units shows second wave won’t be as deadly as the first

Experts believe treatment improvements are starting to have a major impact – particularly the steroid dexamethasone,…

Coronavirus treatment from Synairgen hailed as ‘game changer’ after trial results show need for intensive care vastly reduced

Richard Marsden, CEO of Synairgen, said: “We are all delighted with the trial results announced today,…

Just 71 children have been admitted to intensive care units with coronavirus, first figures show

Seventy-one children have been admitted to the UK’s intensive care units with Covid-19, of whom half…

Largest hospital trust is first with no Covid patients in intensive care

The largest hospital trust in England has become the first to declare it has no Covid-19…

‘Proning’ technique backed by Intensive Care Society to save lives in coronavirus crisis

Nick Scriven, of the Society for Acute Medicine, said his hospital was proning conscious patients “with…

Intensive care units running short of drugs, warns Royal College of Anaesthetists

Anaesthetic drugs in intensive care units treating coronavirus patients are running short, specialists warned on Sunday.…

Boris Johnson ‘in good spirits’ as he leaves intensive care following coronavirus treatment

Boris Johnson was last night moved out of intensive care as No 10 said he was in…

What happens to coronavirus patients in intensive care

It seems improbable that doctors looking after Boris Johnson would not have anticipated this as a…