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August 2021 - Volume 49 - Issue 8
pp: 1223-1374,e741-e811



Assessing Competence in Critical Care Echocardiography: Development and Initial Results of an Examination and Certification Processes*

Panebianco, Nova L.; Mayo, Paul H.; Arntfield, Robert T.; More

Critical Care Medicine. 49(8):1285-1292, August 2021.


The Range of Cardiogenic Shock Survival by Clinical Stage: Data From the Critical Care Cardiology Trials Network Registry

Lawler, Patrick R.; Berg, David D.; Park, Jeong-Gun; More

Critical Care Medicine. 49(8):1293-1302, August 2021.


Goal-Directed Care Using Invasive Neuromonitoring Versus Standard of Care After Cardiac Arrest: A Matched Cohort Study*

Fergusson, Nicholas A.; Hoiland, Ryan L.; Thiara, Sonny; More

Critical Care Medicine. 49(8):1333-1346, August 2021.




Gene Expression–Based Diagnosis of Infections in Critically Ill Patients—Prospective Validation of the SepsisMetaScore in a Longitudinal Severe Trauma Cohort

Thair, Simone; Mewes, Caspar; Hinz, José; More

Critical Care Medicine. 49(8):e751-e760, August 2021.


Cytokines Can Suppress Cardiac Output and Cytokine Storms Inhibit Oxygen Use by Mitochondria and Contribute to the Occurrence of Acute Heart Failure in Patients With Severe Infection Caused by Avian Influenza A (H7N9): We Are Not Sure!

Honore, Patrick M.; Redant, Sebastien; Kaefer, Keitiane; More

Critical Care Medicine. 49(8):e800-e801, August 2021.

Although None of the Resting Energy Expenditure Calculated From Predictive Equations Had Very Good Agreements, the Swinamer Equation Could Be Used to Predict Resting Energy Expenditure When Indirect Calorimetry Is Not Available: We Are Not Sure!

Honore, Patrick M.; Redant, Sebastien; Kaefer, Keitiane; More

Critical Care Medicine. 49(8):e803-e804, August 2021.

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Tah, Pei Chien; Lee, Zheng-Yii; Poh, Bee Koon; More

Critical Care Medicine. 49(8):e804-e805, August 2021.

Appropriate Treatment of Ischemic Stroke That Is Essential for the Reduction of Mortality and Morbidity: Should We Use Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Together With Recombinant Tissue Plasminogen Activator for Improving Brain Oxygenation and Before Recombinant Tissue Plasminogen Activator to Minimize the Risk of Massive Bleeding?

Honore, Patrick M.; Redant, Sebastien; Kaefer, Keitiane; More

Critical Care Medicine. 49(8):e806-e807, August 2021.

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