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Sleep heals

Nurses in particular can play a key role in elevating the restfulness of the unit, according to Catherine Auriemma, MD, a pulmonary and critical care medicine fellow at the University of ... Take noise, for example. “The threshold for sleep is 30
July 2019


Accordingly, our institution and other health care systems have adopted immediate full heparinization in patients with high-acuity COVID-19,” they wrote. ... The other study, published by Critical Care Medicine on May 27, included 109 patients from
June 2020

The vaping injury outbreak

Blagev, MD, a pulmonary and critical care medicine physician at Intermountain Healthcare in Utah. ... Within three weeks of Intermountain's first EVALI cases, its task force of five pulmonary and critical care physicians developed a guideline for
March 2020


Researchers in Japan performed a retrospective observational cohort study at over 1,000 acute care hospitals to determine whether thiamine affected mortality in patients with septic shock who required norepinephrine within ... The primary outcome was
May 2020


And if we had more information … that patient might have been spared having the tubes stuck into their lungs and all of the other distress and burdens associated with critical care. ... Respecting Choices provides free scripts for advance care planning
April 2020

Too many or too few: Who belongs in the ICU?

Some experts are starting to question how the nation's critical care beds are being used. ... Kahn, MD, an associate professor of critical care, medicine and health policy and management at the University of Pittsburgh.
February 2013

New guideline on treating critical illness-related corticosteroid insufficiency

The guideline from the Society of Critical Care Medicine and the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine is an update to consensus statements on the topic published in 2008. ... Two critical care societies recently updated their joint recommendations
October 2017

Medical decision making for E/M services

A: I appreciate your question and concern for compliant billing of critical care services, especially in an intensely scrutinizing regulatory environment. ... Critical care is not billed simply because a patient is being treated in an intensive/critical
March 2013

ICU clinician education increased guideline compliance, decreased ICU brain dysfunction

The primary outcome was adherence to recommendations on managing ICU delirium from the American College of Critical Care Medicine's 2013 clinical practice guidelines. ... Results were published by Critical Care Medicine on Jan. 2. The study authors found
January 2019

Change in the air for oxygen delivery

This approach is probably going to change practice and seems to be changing it already,” said Gregory Schmidt, MD, professor of pulmonary, critical care, and occupational medicine at the University of ... Iowa Carver College of Medicine in Iowa City
October 2015

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