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February 1999 - Volume 27 - Issue 2
pp: 229-444

The extent of traumatic damage determines a graded depression of the endotoxin responsiveness of peripheral blood mononuclear cells from patients with blunt injuries

Majetschak, Matthias; Flach, Regina; Kreuzfelder, Ernst; More

Critical Care Medicine. 27(2):313-318, February 1999.

Pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic effects of high-dose continuous intravenous verapamil infusionClinical experience in the intensive care unit

De Cicco, Marcello; Macor, Franco; Robieux, Isabelle; More

Critical Care Medicine. 27(2):332-339, February 1999.

Immediate application of positive-end expiratory pressure is more effective than delayed positive-end expiratory pressure to reduce extravascular lung water

Ruiz-Bailen, Manuel; Fernandez-Mondejar, Enrique; Hurtado-Ruiz, Benjamin; More

Critical Care Medicine. 27(2):380-384, February 1999.