The study results were published June 3 by Critical Care Medicine. ... Clinicians should routinely calculate fluid overload in the critical care setting to prevent it and its potential consequences, the authors recommended.
Twenty-six percent of patients and surrogates disagreed with clinicians about whether too much treatment was administered, while 10% disagreed about whether too little treatment was administered.
A study published in the November Critical Care Medicine identified heparin-binding protein as a potential new biomarker. ... septic shock between 4 and 48 hours later, according to results published in the May Critical Care Medicine.
Predictors of intubation vary by oxygen delivery method in patients with acute hypoxemic respiratory failure
2 by Critical Care Medicine. A total of 310 patients were included in the study, 72 (23%) with mild hypoxemia, 165 (53%) with moderate hypoxemia, and 73 (24%) with severe hypoxemia.
advance care plan,. VAP prevention (head elevation), and. CRBSI prevention (CVC insertion protocol). ... Dr. Kirkland is a hospitalist at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., and a critical care specialist at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis.
Results were published by Critical Care Medicine on April 12. This pilot study was too small to prove superiority or noninferiority of the restrictive strategy, but it does suggest that after ... Results were published by the American Journal of
than half of ICU days, a March 2009 Critical Care Medicine survey found. ... Many units don't. The Journal of Critical Care article found only 64% of ICUs had sedation protocols.
Bacteria causes pneumonia, and pneumonia, in turn, has recently generated its own new data and some controversies, attendees learned at an Internal Medicine Meeting precourse on critical care. ... 1, 2017, American Journal of Respiratory and Critical
There are always more important things to do than the mundane things,” said Craig Coopersmith, MD, associate director of the Center for Critical Care at Emory University in Atlanta. ... Coopersmith and colleagues did in the intensive care unit. Their
The results confirm that hospitalists have become the major and often sole providers of critical care services in many hospitals without robust intensivist support, said the study authors, who called for ... In a recent survey, about three-quarters of