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Coronavirus

Whether patients are intubated immediately or given high-flow oxygen first does not appear to affect outcomes of severe COVID-19, according to a retrospective study published by Critical Care Medicine ... The authors suggested that both speedier testing
August 2020

Be picky about PICCs

He hopes to remedy that gap within the next two years by convening a panel of experts, including PICC nurses, interventional radiologists, critical care physicians, policymakers and hospitalists, to develop ... Dr. Umscheid and colleagues recently
September 2013

Critical care

Participants (non-Hispanic white, n=247; Hispanic/nonwhite, n=120) were treated in ICUs at a single tertiary care hospital, and their outcomes were assessed as good (Cerebral Performance Category ... Results were published online on Sept. 25 by Critical
October 2019

Delivery (of a shock) in two minutes or less

A. DeVita, FACP, a professor of critical care and internal medicine at Pitt. ... Hospitalists are the obvious naturals for that position and they haven't yet come to own the issue of resuscitation, partly because cardiology, critical care, emergency
August 2008

Diagnoses of Medicare ICU patients have shifted

From 1996 to 2010, primary diagnoses of patients admitted to critical care units substantially shifted with fewer being cardiac-related and more being infection-related, a new study found. ... Results of the retrospective cohort study were published
March 2016

Telehealth stewardship, addiction consults

The American Thoracic Society published a clinical practice guideline on diagnosing fungal infections in pulmonary and critical care medicine. ... The guideline was published in the Sept. 1, 2019, American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine
February 2020

Infectious diseases

The American Thoracic Society recently published a clinical practice guideline on diagnosing fungal infections in pulmonary and critical care medicine. ... The guideline was published in the Sept. 1 American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care
September 2019

Identify the toxin

Zimmerman, a professor of medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine and a critical care specialist at Houston Methodist Hospital in Texas. ... Photo by Stacey Butterfield. She offered tips for solving this mystery and treating overdoses during the conference's
June 2019

Ventilator bundle reduced adverse events, including pneumonia

The bundle included head-of-bed elevation, use of subglottic secretion drainage endotracheal tubes, oral care, chlorhexidine mouth care, and daily spontaneous awakening and breathing trials. ... Results were published online by Critical Care Medicine on
May 2017

Caring for sepsis survivors

possibly because of decreased cerebral perfusion, researchers reported in the June 15, 2012, American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. ... These findings were published in the Nov. 1, 2014, American Journal of Respiratory and Critical
April 2018

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