A phase II randomised controlled trial of intensive insulin therapy in general intensive care patients.

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OBJECTIVE To determine the safety and efficacy of an intensive insulin regimen compared with a conventional insulin regimen in general intensive care unit patients. METHODS A phase II, randomised controlled trial was conducted in 70 critically ill patients in a closed multidisciplinary ICU of a university-affiliated tertiary hospital. We assessed patient… (More)

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@article{Mitchell2006API, title={A phase II randomised controlled trial of intensive insulin therapy in general intensive care patients.}, author={Imogen A Mitchell and Emma J. Knight and Jelena Gissane and Rohit Tamhane and Rao Kolli and Isabel Anne Leditschke and Rinaldo Bellomo and Simon Finfer}, journal={Critical care and resuscitation : journal of the Australasian Academy of Critical Care Medicine}, year={2006}, volume={8 4}, pages={289-93} }