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New evidence prompts changes in use of therapeutic hypothermia

Critical Care SmartBrief | Aug 19, 2016

Hospitals in Omaha and Lincoln, Neb., use therapeutic hypothermia to treat cardiac arrest patients, but physicians say they have changed the protocols they use as new studies emerge. Dr. Eric Ernest of Nebraska Medicine said what is considered to be "great science" one year can change a couple of years later. Omaha World-Herald (Neb.) (08/19)


Texas NICU see success with antibiotic stewardship program

Critical Care SmartBrief | Aug 23, 2016

Studies evaluate use, effects of feeding tubes in dementia patients

Critical Care SmartBrief | Aug 19, 2016

Study: Higher mortality rate seen in children with influenza B

Critical Care SmartBrief | Aug 19, 2016

Mayo Clinic to standardize telemedicine programs

Critical Care SmartBrief | Aug 23, 2016

Study: Antenatal corticosteroids don't reduce neonatal morbidity

Critical Care SmartBrief | Aug 19, 2016

Md. hospital cleans NICU after bacterial outbreak

Critical Care SmartBrief | Aug 19, 2016

Research links teaching hospital status to lower cardiac arrest mortality

Critical Care SmartBrief | Aug 23, 2016

More virtual care clinics open

Critical Care SmartBrief | Aug 23, 2016

Telehealth lacks legal framework, report says

Critical Care SmartBrief | Aug 19, 2016


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