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A herpes zoster outbreak temporarily associated with an epidural steroid injection.
Structured approaches to pain management in the ICU.
Pain in patients who are critically ill remains undertreated despite decades of research, guideline development and distribution, and intense educational efforts. By nature of their complex medical… Expand
Pain management within the palliative and end-of-life care experience in the ICU.
In the ICU where critically ill patients receive aggressive life-sustaining interventions, suffering is common and death can be expected in up to 20% of patients. High-quality pain management is a… Expand
Evaluation Of Continuous Cardiac Output In Patients Undergoing Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery
EVALUATION OF A NEW POINT-OF???CARE BLOOD GAS MONITOR:
Evaluation of pain in ICU patients.
Pain is a common and distressing symptom in ICU patients. Yet a major challenge exists in assessing and evaluating the pain. Although the patient's self-report of pain is the "gold standard" for pain… Expand
A multicenter evaluation of a new continuous cardiac output pulmonary artery catheter system.
OBJECTIVE To validate a new system of continuous cardiac output monitoring. DESIGN Multicenter, prospective, nonrandomized clinical study. SETTING Four university hospitals. PATIENTS… Expand
Point of Care Technologies
Laboratory analysis is an essential aspect of the practice of anesthesiology and critical care medicine. Over the past several decades, new technologies have advanced the capability for obtaining… Expand
Effect of Propofol With and Without EDTA on Haemodynamics and Calcium and Magnesium Homeostasis During and After Cardiac Surgery
- J. Wahr, J. Vender, H. Gilbert, B. Spiess, J. C. Horrow, R. Maddi
- Intensive Care Medicine
- 20 December 2000
Objective: To determine the effect of the addition of disodium edetate (EDTA) to propofol on haemodynamics, ionised calcium and magnesium serum concentrations, and adverse events during cardiac… Expand