VIP2 study

Overview of the VIP2 study (POETICS2 in UK)

VIP2 stands for Very old Intensive Care Patients study 2.
An ESICM supported study conducted from the HSRO & NAHP section in ESICM. registration.
Follow the VIP2-project on ResearchGate.
The VIP2-study was called the POETICS2 study in Great Britain.

This study sought to develop a prognostic score for specifically very old, critically ill patients  defined as patients ≥ 80 years). This was a large, prospective, multinational, multicentre study. We gathered age-specific information about the elderly patient: frailty (Clinical Frailty Scale), cognitive function (IQCODE), activity of daily life (KATZ ADL) and co-morbidity, in addition to organ failure score (SOFA). Outcomes were registered as outcome at 30 days (alive or dead) and 6 months in a sub-study. Also, an Frailty score interrater variability was recorded in a sub-study.

The goal was to recruit 20 consecutive ICU patients ≥ 80 years.
3920 patients were recruited from 242 ICUs in 22 countries.
The first paper has been published.
See the list of publications.

VIP2 coordinators

Bertrand GuidetCo-Principal Investigator of the VIP study group and French coordinatorParis, France
Dylan deLangeThe Netherlands coordinator and Chair of ESICM HSRO sectionUtrecht, The Netherlands
Hans FlaattenPrincipal Investigator of the VIP study group and Past chair HSRO sectionBergen, Norway
Alessandro MorandiCremona, Italy
Antonio ArtigasSpanish coordinatorBarcelona, Spain
Ariane BoumendilStatisticianParis, France
Brian MarshIrish coordinatorDublin, Ireland
Carole BoulangerExeter, England
Christian JungGerman coordinatorDusseldorf, Germany
Finn AndersenNorwegian coordinatorÅlesund, Norway
Ivo W SolimanUtrecht, The Netherlands
Jesper FjølnerDanish coordinatorAarhus, Denmark
Joerg SchefoldBern, Switzerland
Maurizio CecconiMilan, Italy
Michael JoannidisAustrian coordinatorInnsbruck, Austria
Muhammed ElhadiLybian coordinatorTripoli, Libya
Rui MorenoPortuguese coordinatorLisboa, Portugal
Sandra OeyenBelgium coordinatorGhent, Belgium
Sten WaltherSwedish coordinatorLinkoping, Sweden
Susannah LeaverUnited Kingdom coodinatorLondon, England
Tilemachos Zafeiridis †Greek coordinatorLarissa, Greece
Wojciech SzczeklikPolish coordinatorKrakow, Poland
Ximena WatsonUnited Kingdom coodinatorLondon, England
Yuriy NalapkoUkranian coordinatorLugansk, Ukraine