• Innovation
    Promotion of technological and clinical innovation in critical care
  • Grip
    In-vitro and in-vivo research adherent to clinical practice and relevant for ICU every-day activities
  • Sharing
    International spread of ideas, innovation and research

Our philosophy

The GRIP (Group for Research in Intensive care in Pavia) is founded in 2015 by a group of intensivists working at Intensive Care Units of Policlinico S. Matteo in Pavia. We are a group of young doctors and researchers who dedicated in the last years great energy, enthusiasm and time to develop new ideas, improve technology and optimize quality of care for critical patients. Our group is characterized by strong international connections for both clinical research and technological developement. Our missions are:

 

  1. 1
    Innovation

    Intensive care units are highly technological; therefore, development of innovative instruments and optimization of existing ones can have a deep clinical impact. We have strong national and international collaborations with research and development sections of industries involved in the field and with many universities in order to push technology forward.

  2. 2
    Grip

    Our aim is to promote and support a research projects gripping the real world. First, this means we support research with high clinical impact and strong everyday applicability. Second, we support researchers, offering work possibilities for young professionals.

  3. 3
    Sharing

    We aim to share our ideas, projects and results with scientific community; we have strong national and international research cooperation and  researcher exchange programs with multiple university centers.

The Role of Lung Ultrasound Monitoring in Early Detection of Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia in COVID-19 Patients: A Retrospective Observational Study

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A newly appeared dynamic linear-arborescent air bronchogram was 100% specific for ventilator-associated pneumonia in COVID-19 patients. A high ventilator-associated pneumonia lung ultrasound score (or an increase in the lung ultrasound score) strongly oriented to ventilator-associated pneumonia.

Find the full text here on Journal of Clinical Medicine

TRAUMA meeting

By Silvia Mongodi 29/07/2022
14:30 - 17:30
Aula 3 piano 1 DEA

Case discussion: extra- and intra-hospital management of trauma patients

TRAUMA meeting

By Silvia Mongodi 26/08/2022
14:30 - 17:30
Aula 3 piano 1 DEA

Case discussion: extra- and intra-hospital management of trauma patients

TRAUMA meeting

By Silvia Mongodi 30/09/2022
14:30 - 17:30
Aula 3 piano 1 DEA

Case discussion: extra- and intra-hospital management of trauma patients

The GRIP