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Study: Aggressive treatment may not improve septic shock outcomes

Critical Care SmartBrief | Mar 24, 2017

Early goal-directed therapy for treating septic shock did not reduce mortality or resource utilization but did increase ICU care and cardiovascular support, compared with regular care, researchers reported in the New England Journal of Medicine. MedPage Today (free registration) (03/23)


Dexmedetomidine may not benefit sepsis patients on ventilator

Critical Care SmartBrief | Mar 24, 2017

Trauma team training tool harnesses virtual reality

Critical Care SmartBrief | Mar 21, 2017

Study: Norepinephrine shortage tied to increase in deaths for septic shock patients

Critical Care SmartBrief | Mar 24, 2017

Researchers create tool to track delirium severity

Critical Care SmartBrief | Mar 24, 2017

Report links medication errors to CPOE, pharmacy systems

Critical Care SmartBrief | Mar 21, 2017

Joint Commission's sentinel events report shows few changes

Critical Care SmartBrief | Mar 24, 2017

Enterobacteriaceae bacteraemia raises daily risk of death in ICU

Critical Care SmartBrief | Mar 24, 2017

Risk score predicts mortality for patients on heart transplant list

Critical Care SmartBrief | Mar 21, 2017

Texas paramedics participate in hand-held ultrasound study

Critical Care SmartBrief | Mar 21, 2017


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