Julián Gil-Cebrian

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Myocardial dysfunction is one of the main predictors of poor outcome in septic patients, with mortality rates next to 70%. During the sepsis-induced myocardial dysfunction, both ventricles can dilate and diminish its ejection fraction, having less response to fluid resuscitation and catecholamines, but typically is assumed to be reversible within 7-10 days.(More)
The impact the growing body of information accessible by Internet may have on anesthesiology and intensive care recovery departments is described. A brief overview of the philosophy, content, characteristics and functioning of Internet communication is given, including how to gain access and what access may mean for a department or for an individual(More)
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