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A Comparison of the Mortality Risk Associated With Ventilator-Acquired Bacterial Pneumonia and Nonventilator ICU-Acquired Bacterial Pneumonia.

To investigate the respective impact of ventilator-associated pneumonia and ICU-hospital-acquired pneumonia on the 30-day mortality of ICU patients.

Trends Over Time in Drug Administration During Adult In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest.

Clinical providers have access to a number of pharmacologic agents during in-hospital cardiac arrest. Few studies have explored medication administration patterns during in-hospital cardiac arrest. Herein, we examine trends in use of pharmacologic interventions during in-hospital cardiac arrest both over time and with respect to the American Heart Association Advanced Cardiac Life Support guideline updates.

Long-Term Effects of Phased Implementation of Antimicrobial Stewardship in Academic ICUs: 2007-2015.

Antimicrobial stewardship is advocated to reduce antimicrobial resistance in ICUs by reducing unnecessary antimicrobial consumption. Evidence has been limited to short, single-center studies. We evaluated whether antimicrobial stewardship in ICUs could reduce antimicrobial consumption and costs.

Incident Diabetes in Survivors of Critical Illness and Mechanisms Underlying Persistent Glucose Intolerance: A Prospective Cohort Study.

Stress hyperglycemia occurs in critically ill patients and may be a risk factor for subsequent diabetes. The aims of this study were to determine incident diabetes and prevalent prediabetes in survivors of critical illness experiencing stress hyperglycemia and to explore underlying mechanisms.

Survival, Quality of Life, and Functional Status Following Prolonged ICU Stay in Cardiac Surgical Patients: A Systematic Review.

Compared with noncardiac critical illness, critically ill postoperative cardiac surgical patients have different underlying pathophysiologies, are exposed to different processes of care, and thus may experience different outcome trajectories. Our objective was to systematically review the outcomes of cardiac surgical patients requiring prolonged intensive care with respect to survival, residential status, functional recovery, and quality of life in both hospital and long-term follow-up.

An Evaluation of the Influence of Body Mass Index on Severity Scoring.

Although one third or more of critically ill patients in the United States are obese, obesity is not incorporated as a contributing factor in any of the commonly used severity of illness scores. We hypothesize that selected severity of illness scores would perform differently if body mass index categorization was incorporated and that the performance of these score models would improve after consideration of body mass index as an additional model feature.

Reassessment of the Accuracy of Cardiac Doppler Pulmonary Artery Pressure Measurements in Ventilated ICU Patients: A Simultaneous Doppler-Catheterization Study.

Doppler echocardiography is a well-recognized technique for the noninvasive evaluation of pulmonary artery pressure; however, little information is available concerning patients receiving mechanical ventilation. Furthermore, recent studies have debatable results regarding the relevance of this technique to assess pulmonary artery pressure. The aim of our study was to reassess the accuracy of Doppler echocardiography to evaluate pulmonary artery pressure and to predict pulmonary hypertension.

Morbidity and Mortality Among Critically Injured Children With Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome.

To evaluate morbidity and mortality among critically injured children with acute respiratory distress syndrome.

Spontaneous Breathing in Early Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome: Insights From the Large Observational Study to UNderstand the Global Impact of Severe Acute Respiratory FailurE Study.

To describe the characteristics and outcomes of patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome with or without spontaneous breathing and to investigate whether the effects of spontaneous breathing on outcome depend on acute respiratory distress syndrome severity.

Increased Plasma Acetylcarnitine in Sepsis Is Associated With Multiple Organ Dysfunction and Mortality: A Multicenter Cohort Study.

Recent metabolomic studies of sepsis showed that increased circulatory acylcarnitines were associated with worse survival. However, it is unknown whether plasma carnitine and acylcarnitines can reflect the severity of sepsis, and the role of specific acylcarnitines in prognostic assessment need further confirmation. This study aimed to clarify these questions.

Esophageal Doppler Can Predict Fluid Responsiveness Through End-Expiratory and End-Inspiratory Occlusion Tests.

To assess whether, in patients under mechanical ventilation, fluid responsiveness is predicted by the effects of short respiratory holds on cardiac index estimated by esophageal Doppler.

Volatile Organic Compounds in Patients With Acute Kidney Injury and Changes During Dialysis.

To characterize volatile organic compounds in breath exhaled by ventilated care patients with acute kidney injury and changes over time during dialysis.

Caring for Critically Ill Patients with the ABCDEF Bundle: Results of the ICU Liberation Collaborative in Over 15,000 Adults.

Decades-old, common ICU practices including deep sedation, immobilization, and limited family access are being challenged. We endeavoured to evaluate the relationship between ABCDEF bundle performance and patient-centered outcomes in critical care.

Economic Evaluation of Venovenous Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation for Severe Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome.

Venovenous extracorporeal membrane oxygenation is increasingly being used to support patients with severe acute respiratory distress syndrome, but its cost-effectiveness is unknown. We assessed the cost-utility of venovenous extracorporeal membrane oxygenation for severe acute respiratory distress syndrome in adults compared with standard lung protective ventilation from the perspective of the healthcare system.

Ethics of Outbreaks Position Statement. Part 1: Therapies, Treatment Limitations, and Duty to Treat.

Outbreaks of disease, especially those that are declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern, present substantial ethical challenges. Here we start a discourse (with a continuation of the dialogue in Ethics of Outbreaks Position Statement. Part 2: Family-Centered Care) concerning the ethics of the provision of medical care, research challenges and behaviors during a Public Health Emergency of International Concern with a focus on the proper conduct of clinical or epidemiologic research, clini...

Ethics of Outbreaks Position Statement. Part 2: Family-Centered Care.

Continue the dialogue presented in Ethics of Outbreaks Position Statement. Part 1, with a focus on strategies for provision of family-centered care in critical illness during Pubic Health Emergency of International Concern.

Attending Intensivist Handoffs Are Far From Perfect.

Measuring the Results of the Handover.

Complex Legacy of the Target Temperature Management Trial.

Pediatric Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Survivors-What Happens After the PICU?

Monitoring the Adaptive Immune System in Septic Shock Patients: Ready for Prime Time?

Thiamine: An Essential Component of the Metabolic Resuscitation Protocol.

Variation in Sepsis-Related Mortality; Implications for Performance Improvement.

Where Did the Gas Go? Recruitment Versus Aeration.

Adding to the Repertoire of Scoring Systems in Acute-on-Chronic Liver Failure: Will Simplicity Be Outdone by Complexity?

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