This special series on pediatric critical care medicine is a curated collection of cutting-edge articles by leading clinician-scientists from across the world in the field of pediatric critical care medicine. We are particularly proud to have assembled this series of articles authored by a diverse group of multidisciplinary experts from different geographical regions. These articles serve as a compendium of how best to translate scientific evidence into the art of caring for critically ill children across the globe.
Challenges and Solutions in translating sepsis guidelines into practice in resource-limited settings
Potential therapeutics in pediatric acute respiratory distress syndrome: what does the immune system have to offer? A narrative review
Multiple organ involvement and ICU considerations for the care of acute liver failure (ALF) and acute on chronic liver failure (ACLF) in children
A narrative review of skeletal muscle atrophy in critically ill children: pathogenesis and chronic sequelae
Application of bench studies at the bedside to improve outcomes in the management of severe diabetic ketoacidosis in children—a narrative review
A scoping review to inform a multi-disciplinary approach for nutrition therapy in critically ill children with pressure injuries
What is the prevalence and risk factors of burnout among pediatric intensive care staff (PICU)? A review
Building a culture of early mobilization in the pediatric intensive care unit—a nuts and bolts approach
Transitions from short to long-term outcomes in pediatric critical care: considerations for clinical practice
The series “Pediatric Critical Care” was commissioned by the editorial office, Translational Pediatrics without any sponsorship or funding. Jan Hau Lee, Debbie Long, and Vijay Srinivasan served as the unpaid Guest Editors for the series.