critical care. ... We can't have some people who don't care about it, and are spreading it, and then those who are suffering from it.
Results were published on April 17 by Critical Care Medicine and appeared in the July issue. ... Results were published April 28 by Critical Care Medicine and appeared in the July issue.
19. The CDC also updated and consolidated its recommendations on testing, including interim testing guidelines for nursing home residents and health care personnel, according to a June 13 news release. ... A report published by the American Journal of
or family member's perspective, said Melissa Schepp, MD, a co-author of the Critical Care Medicine analysis. ... Yuen said. Her paper, as well as the January paper in Critical Care Medicine, cites a litany of studies showing how poorly patients fare.
Compared to patients treated for sepsis at nonminority hospitals, those who received care at hospitals disproportionately serving the black and Hispanic communities had a 4% and 9% higher risk of mortality, ... Results were published online on April 28
Ramsey, who is a critical care specialist at Cleveland Clinic in Ohio. ... The problem with flexible schedules is that they're much more complicated for administrators, countered Meredith Wold, PA-C, advanced practice clinician supervisor for hospital
D. -dimer was an effective screening tool for deep venous thrombosis (DVT) in ICU patients with COVID-19, according to a study published by Critical Care Medicine on Sept. ... Point-of-care lung ultrasound may also be a helpful triage tool, according to
Photo by Comstock. The diagnosis of sepsis was determined by the International Sepsis Definition Conference (ISDC) in 2001, an account of which was published in Critical Care Medicine in April 2003.
The cause of the reduction in transfers of patients with gastrointestinal diagnoses is unclear, but the effect on patients with respiratory diagnoses can be explained by the importance of critical care ... Telemedicine “may have helped to triage and
if the patient deteriorates faster, they need to have critical care,” he said. ... We are trying to see if we can keep the patients where they are and provide telehealth critical care services.”.