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Study: Brain damage may occur after birth, not during delivery

Critical Care SmartBrief | Feb 02, 2016

Brain damage in newborns may be linked to conditions after birth and not during the delivery process, researchers wrote in the Journal of Perinatology. Data from 18 newborns with chorioamnionitis infection and 14 with severe anemia indicated the conditions affected the infants after birth, and researchers suggested closer scrutiny of the first two hours post-delivery when looking for the cause of nonpreventable adverse neurological outcomes. HealthDay News (01/29)


Chlorhexidine baths do not increase resistant MRSA, data show

Critical Care SmartBrief | Feb 05, 2016

ICU nurses say early mobility programs benefit patients

Critical Care SmartBrief | Feb 02, 2016

Study: Lung disease patients in ICU get less palliative care

Critical Care SmartBrief | Feb 02, 2016

Acetazolamide may not have big impact on ventilator time for COPD patients

Critical Care SmartBrief | Feb 05, 2016

Statin may not reduce delirium in ICU patients on ventilator

Critical Care SmartBrief | Feb 05, 2016

Paramedic's experience may affect cardiac arrest outcomes, study says

Critical Care SmartBrief | Feb 02, 2016

Study analyzes incidence, risks of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in ICU

Critical Care SmartBrief | Feb 05, 2016

Hospitals take steps to reduce preventable errors

Critical Care SmartBrief | Feb 05, 2016

Firm gets $2.25M grant for critical care monitoring system

Critical Care SmartBrief | Feb 05, 2016


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