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Subsequent shock deliveries are associated with increased favorable neurological outcomes in cardiac arrest patients who had initially non-shockable rhythms
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UrgenzaIntroductionPrevious studies evaluating whether subsequent conversion to shockable rhythms in patients who had initially non-shockable rhythms was associated with altered clinical outcome reported inconsistent results. Therefore, we hypothesized that ... ...
 
Is lactate clearance impaired in septic shock
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Development of metabolic and inflammatory mediator biomarker phenotyping for early diagnosis and triage of pediatric sepsis
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UrgenzaIntroductionThe first steps in goal-directed therapy for sepsis are early diagnosis followed by appropriate triage. These steps are usually left to the physician?s judgment, as there is no accepted biomarker available. We aimed to determine biomarker ... ...
 
Automated drug dispensing systems in the intensive care unit: a financial analysis
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UrgenzaIntroductionTo evaluate the economic impact of automated-drug dispensing systems (ADS) in surgical intensive care units (ICUs). A financial analysis was conducted in three adult ICUs of one university hospital, where ADS were implemented, one in each ... ...
 
Discrepant post filter ionized calcium concentrations by common blood gas analyzers in CRRT using regional citrate anticoagulation
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UrgenzaIntroductionIonized calcium (iCa) concentration is often used in critical care and measured using blood gas analyzers at the point of care. Controlling and adjusting regional citrate anticoagulation (RCA) for continuous renal replacement therapy (CRR ... ...
 
Lung ultrasound in the critically ill (LUCI) and the lung point: a sign specific to pneumothorax which cannot be mimicked
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Likelihood of infection in patients with presumed sepsis at the time of intensive care unit admission: a cohort study
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UrgenzaIntroductionA clinical suspicion of infection is mandatory for diagnosing sepsis in patients with a systemic inflammatory response syndrome. Yet, the accuracy of categorizing critically ill patients presenting to the intensive care unit (ICU) as bein ... ...
 
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