PubMed - search for articles. ** Note that this is not a comprehensive search as references may appear in other databases.
COVID-19 : Management of the intubated adult - UpToDate
COVID-19 Clinical Guidelines - WA Department of Health (Click on 'Clinical Guidelines')
Goals of care in the COVID-19 environment - WA Department of Health
Guidelines for the safe use of oxygen and ventilatory devices for adults and paediatrics during the COVID-19 outbreak - WA Department of Health
National COVID-19 Clinical Evidence Taskforce. Caring for people with COVID-19 - national clinical guidelines
Consensus statement: Safe Airway Society principles of airway management and tracheal intubation specific to the COVID‐19 adult patient group - MJA - 8 December 2020
Surge capacity of Australian intensive care units associated with COVID-19 admissions – MJA – 4 May 2020
When a system breaks: a queuing theory model for the number of intensive care beds needed during the COVID-19 pandemic – MJA – 15 May 2020
Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society — COVID-19 Resources for Critical Care Professionals
Ventilators and other devices intended for respiratory support for COVID-19 – TGA – 31 January 2021 ~ Other TGA COVID-19 information
Coronavirus (COVID-19): evidence relevant to critical care - Cochrane Special Collections
Information, guidance and resources supporting the understanding and management of Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine, Intensive Care Society, Association of Anaesthetists, Royal College of Anaesthetists.
COVID-19 rapid guideline: managing COVID-19 - NICE guideline [NG191] - March 2021
Evidence summary for average length of stay in the intensive care unit for COVID-19 – Ireland. Health Information and Quality Authority
Intensive Care National Audit and Research Centre (ICNARC) - COVID-19 reports
National Institutes of Health [US] - Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) - Treatment Guidelines
Royal Pharmaceutical Society – COVID-19 clinical practice and medicines-related information
Royal Pharmaceutical Society - Critical Illness [EMHS & SMHS staff only]
Society of Critical Care Medicine - Emergency Response: COVID-19
Surviving Sepsis Campaign - COVID-19 Guidelines
** Most major publishers have made all COVID-19 papers available open access. In general it is advisable to follow the Get it @ E/SMHS button to reach full text to avoid paywalls. Quick ways to connect to paywalled full text - bookmarklets and the LibKey Nomad browser plug-in (note the caveats - these are effective but not 100% effective).