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Effect of prone positioning on clinical outcomes in children with acute lung injury: a randomized controlled trial.
CONTEXT In uncontrolled clinical studies, prone positioning appeared to be safe and to improve oxygenation in pediatric patients with acute lung injury. However, the effect of prone positioning onExpand
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Regional and central venous oxygen saturation monitoring following pediatric cardiac surgery: Concordance and association with clinical variables*
Objective: To compare changes in regional cerebral or flank oxygen saturation measured by near-infrared spectroscopy with changes in central venous oxygen saturation (Scvo2) and to determine clinicalExpand
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Prone positioning can be safely performed in critically ill infants and children*
Objective: To describe the effects of prone positioning on airway management, mechanical ventilation, enteral nutrition, pain and sedation management, and staff utilization in infants and childrenExpand
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Clinical trial design--effect of prone positioning on clinical outcomes in infants and children with acute respiratory distress syndrome.
PURPOSE This paper describes the methodology of a clinical trial of prone positioning in pediatric patients with acute lung injury (ALI). Nonrandomized studies suggest that prone positioning improvesExpand
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Nurse Decision Making Regarding the Use of Analgesics and Sedatives in the Pediatric Cardiac ICU*
Objective: To describe nurse decision making and patient responses associated with the administration of analgesics and sedatives in the pediatric cardiac ICU. Design: Prospective nonexperimentalExpand
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Asking for parents' permission to enroll their child into a clinical trial: best practices.
The care provided for critically ill infants and children should be based on the highest level of evidence. Within the quantitative research paradigm this evidence includes data from several Phase 3Expand
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SULTS OF A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED CLINICAL TRIAL MAQ Curley, LD Fineman, N Cvijanovich, MJC Grant, FE Barr, D Steinhorn, P Luckett, JE Thompson, PL Hibberd, MA Matthay, JH Arnold Children’s HospitalExpand
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Sedation Management for Critically Ill Children with Pre‐Existing Cognitive Impairment
Objective To compare current analgesia and sedation management practices between critically ill children with pre‐existing cognitive impairment and critically ill neurotypical children, includingExpand
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En réanimation pédiatrique, le décubitus ventral ne réduit pas la durée de ventilation ni le taux de mortalité en cas de pneumopathie aigüe
Resume Effect of prone positioning on clinical outcomes in children with acute lung injury: A randomized controlled trial. JAMA 2005; 294:229-67. [Prepare par Mark Elkins, Editeur CAP]. Question EnExpand
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