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Death and Other Complications of Emergency Airway Management in Critically Ill Adults: A Prospective Investigation of 297 Tracheal Intubations
Background Hospitalized patients outside of the operating room frequently require emergency airway management. This study investigates complications of emergency airway management in critically illExpand
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A Comparison of Three Methods of Hemoglobin Monitoring in Patients Undergoing Spine Surgery
BACKGROUND:Hemoglobin values (Hb) can facilitate decisions regarding perioperative transfusion management. Currently, Hb can be determined invasively by analyzing blood via laboratory Co–OximetryExpand
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Symptoms experienced by intensive care unit patients at high risk of dying*
Objective:To provide a focused, detailed assessment of the symptom experiences of intensive care unit patients at high risk of dying and to evaluate the relationship between delirium and patients'Expand
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Withholding and withdrawal of life support from the critically ill.
We investigated decisions to withhold or withdraw life support from patients in the medical-surgical intensive care units at the Moffitt-Long Hospital of the University of California and SanExpand
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Assessment of routine chest roentgenograms and the physical examination to confirm endotracheal tube position.
We consecutively and prospectively studied 219 critically ill patients to evaluate the accuracy of the physical examination in assessing ETT position and the appropriateness of taking routine chestExpand
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Open innovation networks between academia and industry: an imperative for breakthrough therapies
Open innovation networks between academia and industry: an imperative for breakthrough therapies
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Transesophageal echocardiography predicts mortality in critically ill patients with unexplained hypotension.
OBJECTIVES This study sought to determine the prognostic yield and utility of transesophageal echocardiography in critically ill patients with unexplained hypotension. BACKGROUND TransesophagealExpand
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Pulse oximetry. Uses and abuses.
Pulse oximetry has made a significant contribution to noninvasive monitoring in a wide variety of clinical situations. It allows for continuous reliable measurements of oxygen saturation whileExpand
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Guidelines for critical care medicine training and continuing medical education
ObjectiveCritical care medicine trainees and faculty must acquire and maintain the skills necessary to provide state-of-the art clinical care to critically ill patients, to improve patient outcomes,Expand
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Women are at greater risk than men for malpositioning of the endotracheal tube after emergent intubation
ObjectivesTo investigate the occurrence of endotracheal tube malpositioning after emergent intubation in critically ill adults and to determine the need for a routine postintubation chest radiographExpand
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