Intensive care sustainability literature

Aspin, J. 2018. Continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT) with Prismaflex. Environmental impact of CRRT with Prismaflex. Baxter International Inc. and Sustainable Healthcare Coalition.

Baid H, Richardson J, Scholes J, Hebron C. 2021. Sustainability in critical care practice: a grounded theory study. Nursing in Critical Care. 26(1): 20-27.

Bein T, Koch S, Schulz C. 2021. What’s new in intensive care: environmental sustainability. Intensive Care Medicine 47: 903–905.

Furukawa PdO, Cunha ICKO, Pedreira MdLG, Marck PB. 2016.  Environmental sustainability in medication processes performed in hospital nursing care. Acta Paulista de Enfermagem 29(3): 316-324.

Parvatker AG, Tunceroglu H, Sherman JD, Coish P, Anastas P, Zimmerman JB, Eckelman MJ. 2019. Cradle-to-gate greenhouse ga emissions for twenty anesthetic active pharmaceutical ingredients based on process scale-up and process design calculations. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering. 7(7): 6580-6591.

Pollard AS, Paddle JJ, Taylor TJ, Tillyard A. 2014. The carbon footprint of acute care: how energy intensive is critical care? Public Health. 128(9): 771-776.

Prasad, P.A., Joshi, D., Lighter, J. et al. 2021. Environmental footprint of regular and intensive inpatient care in a large US hospital. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment.

Kubicki MA, McGain F, O’Shea CJ, Bates S. Auditing an intensive care unit recycling program. Critical Care and Resuscitation: Journal of the Australasian Academy of Critical Care Medicine 17(2): 135-140.

McGain F.2015. Environmental sustainability in hospitals, an exploration within anaesthetic and intensive care settings. PhD Thesis. University of Melbourne.

McGain F, Burnham JP, Lau R, Aye L, Kollef MH, McAlister S. 2018. The carbon footprint of treating patients with septic shock in the intensive care unit. Critical Care and Resuscitation: Journal of the Australasian Academy of Critical Care Medicine 20(4): 304-312.

McGain F, McAlister S, McGavin A, Story D. 2012. A life cycle assessment of reusable and single-use central venous catheter insertion kits. Anesthesia & Analgesia. 114(5): 1073-1080.

McGain F, Muret J, Lawson C, Sherman JD. 2020. Environmental sustainability within anaesthesia and critical care. British Journal of Anaesthesia. 125(5): 680-692.

Nichols A, Grose J, Mukonoweshuro,R. 2016. Achieving cost and carbon savings in neonatal practice: A review of the literature on sustainable waste management. Journal of Neonatal Nursing, 22(2), pp.81-87.

Nichols A, Mukonoweshuro R. 2017. Understanding and knowledge of sustainable waste management within the neonatal unit: a qualitative investigation. Journal of Neonatal Nursing, 23(3): 127-133.

Nichols A, Manzi S. 2014. Physical space and its impact on waste management in the neonatal care setting. Journal of Infection Prevention, 15(4): 134-138.

Sherman JD, Raibley IV LA, Eckelman MJ. 2018. Life cycle assessment and costing methods for device procurement: comparing reusable and single-use disposable laryngoscopes. Anesthesia & Analgesia. 127(2): 434-443.

Wooldridge G, Murthy S. 2020. Pediatric critical care and the climate emergency: our responsibilities and a call for change. Frontiers in Pediatrics. 8(472).

Yu A, Baharmand I. 2021. Environmental sustainability in Canadian critical care: A nationwide survey study on medical waste management. Healthcare Quarterly. 23(4): 39-45.