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Drug Monitoring in Critically Ill Patients During Extracorporeal Life Support

About 70% of critically ill patients require antiinfective therapy. Optimal antibiotic dosing is key to improve patient survival, reduce toxic effects and minimise the emergence of bacterial resistance. There is a growing body of evidence demonstrating the existence of significant changes in pharmacokinetics (PK) in intensive care patients, particularly those with extracorporeal therapy (extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO), continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT)). T...


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Exploring and Establishment of Combined Extracorporeal Life Support(CELS) in Critically Ill Children

Multiple organ failure (MODS) is still the leading cause of death in children in ICU. The treatment of MODS is mainly organ function monitoring and organ replacement therapy. Life support technology in vitro mainly includes mechanical ventilation, continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT), non-biological artificial liver and extracorporeal membrane oxygenation technology (ECMO). However, critically ill patients who have multiple organ failure often require multiple organ supp...

Comparing the PiCCO Monitor to the Non-invasive Biobeat (BB)-316PW in ICU Patients

The aim of this study is to compare hemodynamic monitoring using the invasive PiCCO device to the BB-613PW wireless, non-invasive PPG-based device, in critically ill patients within the ICU, suffering from hemodynamic instability and in need of vasopressor support. Data will be gathered prospectively and analysed retrospectively.


Imipenem in Critically Ill Patients

Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) has become increasingly used for lifesaving respiratory and/or cardiac failure support in critically ill patients, including those with life-threatening severe infections. This cardiopulmonary bypass device has been shown to enhance the profound pathophysiological changes in this patient population, resulting in an alteration of the pharmacokinetics (PK) of antimicrobial agents. The aim of this study was to determine the effect of ECMO...

Continuous Glucose Monitoring in Critically Ill Patients

The purpose of this study is to determine whether subcutaneous continuous glucose monitoring in critically ill patients is clinically feasible accurate and reliable.

Continuous Glucose Monitoring in Critically Ill Surgical Patients

The specific aim of this study is to identify the degree of correlation between real time subcutaneous glucose monitoring and intermittent glucose monitoring using capillary glucose samples, arterial blood samples and venous blood samples in critically ill surgical patients. A secondary aim will be to determine the accuracy of real time glucose monitoring.

Risk Factors for Potential Drug -Drug Interactions: Study in Surgical Intensive Care Unit -Zagazig University Hospitals.

Drug drug interactions is frequent in critically ill patients due to polypharmacy, different drug groups and prolonged ICU or hospital stay

Hemodynamic Monitoring With Mixed Venous Saturation

In this study the investigators aim to evaluate the utility of a continuous mixed venous saturation monitoring compared to a clinical examination in a group of critically ill patients.

Electrographic Seizure Management and Neurobehavioral Outcomes in Critically Ill Children

Electrographic seizures are common in critically ill patients leading to increased use of resource-intense continuous EEG monitoring for seizure identification and management. When identified, electrographic seizures are generally treated with anti-seizure medications, but there are very limited data available regarding optimal treatment in terms of the efficacy or safety of specific anti-seizure medications or overall management strategies. This is a single-center prospective...

Role of Wireless Monitoring in Internal Medicine Unit for Ongoing Assessment of Acute Instable Patients

The present study was planned to provide clinical data on the impact of acute and critically ill patients in Internal Medicine Unit activity and economic data enabling to quantify the relative cost of acute patients management during ordinary hospitalization. In these critically ill complex patients the vital parameters continuous monitoring could help in improving the quality of care. Therefore, the study will check how the wireless continuous monitoring in acute selected pati...

Transcranial Doppler Ultrasound in Critically Ill Patients With Cardiovascular Comorbidities

Transcranial Doppler ultrasound is bedside tool use to assess cerebral blood perfusion in critically ill patients. We sought to conduct a prospective, single centre study aiming to determine whether chronic vascular diseases may be a confounder in transcranial Doppler ultrasound assessment in critically ill patients.

MANAGE Automated Glucose Monitoring

The objective of this study is to demonstrate that the OptiScanner® is safe and can provide accurate blood glucose levels in critically ill subjects. Accuracy Hypothesis: The assessment of blood glucose level that results from the OptiScanner is comparable to the YSI 2300 STAT Plus™ Glucose and Lactate Analyzer ("YSI Analyzer"; YSI Life Sciences, Yellow Springs, OH). Safety Hypothesis: The OptiScanner has an acceptable risk/benefit profile for a system that c...

Cost-effectiveness of Extracorporeal Life Support Treatment

This study evaluates patients on ECLS treatment as considered appropriate with mortality and health related Quality of life and costs.

Pattern of Admitted Cases in Respiratory Intensive Care Unit at Assiut University Hospitals

Human health comprises many different states, ranging from perfect health to critical illness, so medical facilities should be able to provide medical assistance tailored to the patient's degree of disease. The Intensive Care Unit (ICU) serves as a place for monitoring and care of patients with potentially severe physiologic instability requiring technical and/or artificial life support. The level of care in an ICU is greater than that available on the floor or Intermedi...

Nutritional Therapy on Underweight Critically Ill Patients: an Observational Study

Critically ill patients with body mass index (BMI) inferior to 20 kg/m2 have worse outcomes compared to normal and overweight patients. The impact nutrition therapy in this population is not yet stablished. There is a concern that too low caloric intake might worse their malnutrition; on the other hand, overfeeding is always a risk with serious consequences. The hypothesis of this study is that nutritional support, especially caloric and protein intake, can influence the outco...

The Current Status and Clinical Outcomes of Patients With Cardiogenic Shock II

The investigation of patient characteristics and prognostic factors of the patients presented with cardiogenic shock (CS) will guide us to identify the better management strategy for these critically ill patients. Mechanical circulatory support (MCS) may improve the prognosis of some of severe subset of CS patients. The better understanding of the indications of initiation and weaning of MCS will improve the prognosis of critically ill CS patients.

Cardioventilatory Coupling in Critically Ill Patients

This study measures the cardioventilatory coupling in critically ill patients during mechanical ventilation in controlled mode (pressure controlled) and in patient-driven mode (pressure support and neurally adjusted ventilatory assist).

Anti-Xa Levels in Critically Ill Patients Receiving Low-molecular-weight Heparin for Thromboprophylaxis in China

Critically ill Patients are at high risk to develop deep venous thrombosis. However, despite receiving of a standard dose of Low-molecular-weight Heparin(LMWH), many patients still develop life-threatening embolism. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the anti-Xa levels of different dosing regimens of LMWH in critically ill patients in China.

Pectin Start Early Enteral Nutritional Support in Critically Ill Patients

Acute lower gastrointestinal dysfunction is a kind of much common complication which occurred in critically ill patients. Once it developed, enteral nutrition would be disturbed. In this study, investigators suppose that early application of a sufficient amount of pectin ahead of enteral nutrition, may promote recovery of acute lower gastrointestinal dysfunction in critically ill patients, and exert its good effect on early EN support. Investigators designed this prospec...

Accuracy, Feasibility and Acceptance of CGM Lupus

This is a prospective monocenter, non-randomised, open-lable single-group intervention diagnostic trial on the accuracy, reliability and feasibility of the continuous glucose monitoring system in critically systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). Newly developed technologies for continuous glucose monitoring in critically SLE patients may improve glycemic control and reduce glucose variability. Critically SLE patients will be performed by continuous glucose monitoring. The subcutan...

Variability of Fluconazole Concentration in Critically Ill Patients

Fluconazole is the first-line agent in the treatment of invasive candidiasis. Studies showed inappropriate drug exposure causes high mortality in critically ill patients. Under-dosing and ineffective fluconazole trough serum concentrations were found in a recent retrospective study. Variability in fluconazole exposure can be easily measured with therapeutic drug monitoring. For patient groups who are at risk for drug underexposure, therapeutic drug monitoring can be valuable re...

Anti-HIV Drug Regimens With or Without Protease Inhibitors and Drug Level Monitoring in HIV Infected Adolescents

The purpose of this study is to compare the effectiveness of anti-HIV drug regimens with or without a protease inhibitor (PI) in HIV infected adolescents. It will also determine if monitoring drug levels and adjusting the dose as necessary improves the effectiveness of these regimens.

TryCYCLE: A Pilot Study of Early In-bed Leg Cycle Ergometry in Mechanically Ventilated Patients

Background: Patients in the intensive care unit (ICU) are the sickest in hospital, and need advanced life-support. Survivors of critical illness are very vulnerable to weakness and disability. Up to 1 in 4 have severe leg weakness impairing their quality of life for as long as 5 years after ICU discharge. In-bed cycling employs special equipment that attaches to a patient's hospital bed, allowing them gentle leg exercise while in the ICU. The investigators will offer patients i...

Pressure Support and Positive End Expiratory Pressure During Spontaneous Breathing Trial

The aim of this study is to assess if a bundle associating pressure support and positive end-expiratory pressure during spontaneous breathing trial and detection by T-piece of patients with high-risk of extubation failure can reduce the time to successful extubation in critically ill patients.

Prospective Clinical Surveillance With Application of Trigger Tools in Critically Ill Patients

This study evaluates the impact of prospective clinical surveillance with the use of triggers to identify risk of adverse events with prompt adoption of interventions on the stabilization time of critically ill patients.


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