Category Archives: Research and publishing


If you ever feel bad over a misplaced central line, just go read this case report. It is written by a guy who accidentally placed his central line in the patient’s pulmonary artery.

Posted in Intensive Care, Research and publishing | Leave a comment


After getting the 6S trial published in the NEJM, Anders Perner – the lead investigator of this multi center trial – has gotten angry letters from Fresenius Kabi, the producer of Voluven 130/0.4 HES. Fresenius Kabi had sponsored the Scandinavian … Continue reading

Posted in Research and publishing | Leave a comment


One of the most fascinating blogs at the moment is Retraction Watch. A blog about fraud and corruption in life sciences and medical research and publications. My favourite post so far is this one. Cheeky bastards… It is fair to say that … Continue reading

Posted in Medical teaching, Research and publishing | Leave a comment