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May 2005 - Volume 33 - Issue 5
pp: 923-1189

How many infections are caused by patient-to-patient transmission in intensive care units?*

Grundmann, Hajo; Bärwolff, Sina; Tami, Adriana; More

Critical Care Medicine. 33(5):946-951, May 2005.

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Severe community-acquired pneumonia as a cause of severe sepsis: Data from the PROWESS study*

Laterre, Pierre-Francois; Garber, Gary; Levy, Howard; More

Critical Care Medicine. 33(5):952-961, May 2005.

NH2 terminal pro–brain natriuretic peptide plasma level as an early marker of prognosis and cardiac dysfunction in septic shock patients*

Roch, Antoine; Allardet-Servent, Jérôme; Michelet, Pierre; More

Critical Care Medicine. 33(5):1001-1007, May 2005.

Lack of alteration of endogenous nitric oxide pathway during prolonged nitric oxide inhalation in intensive care unit patients*

Lukaszewicz, Anne-Claire; Mebazaa, Alexandre; Callebert, Jacques; More

Critical Care Medicine. 33(5):1008-1014, May 2005.

Percutaneous translaryngeal versus surgical tracheostomy: A randomized trial with 1-yr double-blind follow-up*

Antonelli, Massimo; Michetti, Vincenzo; Di Palma, Alessandra; More

Critical Care Medicine. 33(5):1015-1020, May 2005.