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option in the management of patients who are at risk of or have respiratory failure in the acute care setting. Over the past two decades, the use of noninvasive positivepressure ventilation and of(More)
INTRODUCTION Acute haemodynamic complications are common after cardiac surgery and optimal perioperative use of inotropic agents, typically guided by haemodynamic variables, remains controversial.(More)
BACKGROUND Antibiotic disruption of the normal intestinal flora is a well-known risk factor for Clostridium difficile-associated diarrhea. Reduced gastric acidity has been suggested as a risk factor,(More)