Stephen L. Jones

Joseph F Sucher1
Alexis L. Rose1
Nelda P. Wray1
1Joseph F Sucher
1Alexis L. Rose
1Nelda P. Wray
1Faisal Masud
1Juan C. Nicolas
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BACKGROUND The purpose of this study was to assess how surgical intensive care unit (SICU) patients and their families would perceive robotic telepresence. We hypothesized that they would view such technology positively. METHODS This research was an Institutional Review Board-approved prospective observational study. Our robotic telepresence program(More)
OBJECTIVE To establish a baseline for the incidence of sepsis by severity and presence on admission in acute care hospital settings before implementation of a broad sepsis screening and response initiative. METHODS A retrospective cohort study using hospital discharge abstracts of 5672 patients, aged 18 years and above, with sepsis-associated stays(More)
BACKGROUND The effect of adrenal replacement therapy (ART) with hydrocortisone on critical endpoints such as infection and mortality in critically ill patients with cirrhosis remains unclear. We evaluated our indications for ART in patients with cirrhosis with clinical symptoms of adrenal insufficiency (AI), and examined the rate of peri-transplant fungal(More)
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