The primary outcome was adherence to recommendations on managing ICU delirium from the American College of Critical Care Medicine's 2013 clinical practice guidelines. ... Results were published by Critical Care Medicine on Jan. 2 and appeared in the
The study results were published online by Critical Care Medicine on Oct. ... 17. The study included 1,097 patients with clinically confirmed hematologic malignancy who were admitted to the ICU for acute care or for a surgical indication.
Critical care patients are at particular risk, as they are often automatically put to bed with their heads elevated. ... I think, as care providers, we need to be aghast at the number of ulcers from medical devices.
The second study, also published online by Critical Care Medicine on Aug. ... The predictive value of the trajectory of qSOFA scores could help guide care, they noted.
Given these realities, how should we define and measure our critical care competencies?” Dr. ... Farmer noted. “Critical care must work across boundaries,” he said. “This is our inflection point.”.
Results were published by Critical Care Medicine on March 29. In the first study, patients' median age was 61 years, 57.2% were men, and 0.70% died.
Luce, who authored a piece in the August Critical Care Medicine that outlined the history of resolving end-of-life conflicts. ... care. However, a lot of such conflicts, Dr. Luce believes, likely never get as far as a courtroom.
Results were published in the April 1 American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine.
The effectiveness of the National Early Warning Score (NEWS) was assessed in two studies, both published online by Critical Care Medicine on Sept. ... tertiary care academic facility and community hospital. It included 42,402 adult patients hospitalized
The term “acute kidney injury” (AKI) comes from the proposed RIFLE criteria (Critical Care. ... Patients may be transferred from one acute care hospital to another for many reasons.