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GUÍAS DE ATENCIÓN PEDIÁTRICA

@inproceedings{Garrahan2009GUASDA,
  title={GU{\'I}AS DE ATENCI{\'O}N PEDI{\'A}TRICA},
  author={J. P. Garrahan},
  year={2009}
}
1 Citations
Lactantes menores de 3 meses hospitalizados por síndrome febril agudo. Experiencia clínica de 5 años
TLDR
Parece evidente un exceso de hospitalizaciones, la poca utilidad de examenes para identificar infeccion bacteriana grave, un alto porcentaje of punciones lumbares traumaticas o fallidas y excesos of terapias antibioticas. Expand

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Principles and practices of medication safety in the ICU.
TLDR
The principles of medication safety are reviewed and applied to the ICU, and safe practices to improve medication safety in theICU are suggested. Expand
Insights from the sharp end of intravenous medication errors: implications for infusion pump technology
TLDR
Smart pumps are a necessary component of a comprehensive safe medication system, however, currently available smart pumps will fail to generate meaningful improvements in patient safety until they can be interfaced with other systems such as the electronic medical record, computerized prescriber order entry, bar coded medication administration systems, and pharmacy information systems. Expand
Randomised controlled trial of albumin infusion in ill preterm infants
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It is suggested that albumin infusion in “hypoalbuminaemic” sick preterm infants is unlikely to alter their respiratory status and weight loss, and there were no significant changes in the peak inspiratory pressure in response to either infusion. Expand
A comparison of albumin and saline for fluid resuscitation in the intensive care unit.
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In patients in the ICU, use of either 4 percent albumin or normal saline for fluid resuscitation results in similar outcomes at 28 days, with no significant differences between the groups. Expand
A systematic review of the comparative safety of colloids.
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Artificial colloid administration was consistently associated with coagulopathy and clinical bleeding, most frequently in cardiac surgery patients receiving hydroxyethyl starch. Expand
Exploding the albumin myth
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Arguments are given to stop the current practise of infusing albumin in patients in shock and low levels of serum albumin. Expand
Fluid choice for resuscitation of the trauma patient: a review of the physiological, pharmacological, and clinical evidence
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  • Medicine
  • Canadian journal of anaesthesia = Journal canadien d'anesthesie
  • 2004
TLDR
The choice of fluid therapy in trauma patients engenders the most controversy and an examination of the body of literature on this subject results in confusion, so it is imperative to continue the search for substances that are effective in avoiding the development of post-trauma multi-organ dysfunction syndrome without detrimental side-effects. Expand
Infusores elastoméricos en la administración de fármacos
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Los infusores elastomericos son una alternativa eficaz para the administracion of tratamientos en pacientes oncologicos, con procesos terminales o con dolor agudo y/o cronico. Expand
Medication errors involving continuously infused medications in a surgical intensive care unit
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Medications delivered by continuous infusion, particularly those that are weight based, can contribute to medication errors in the intensive care unit. Expand
Timing of Intravenous Administration Set Changes: A Systematic Review
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It appears that intravenous administration sets containing crystalloids can be changed in patients with central or peripheral catheters every 72 hours or more without increasing the risk of BSI. Expand
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