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April-June 2014 | Vol 4 | Issue  2     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
What's new in critical illness and injury science? State of the art in management of ARDS.
Stanislaw P Stawicki, Mamta Swaroop, Sagar C Galwankar, Thomas J Papadimos
In this issue of the International Journal of Critical Illness and Injury Science, Krishnamoorthy and Chung [1] put forth a call to arms for a renewed investigative push in search of a clinical soluti...
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Bench-to-bedside: The use of local anesthetics to attenuate inflammation in acute respiratory distress syndrome
Vijay Krishnamoorthy, Linda Chung
The acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) remains a world-wide treatment challenge, with high morbidity and mortality. The central pathophysiology of ARDS centers around inflammation in the lung ...
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Original Article
Predictors of mortality in patients of poisonous snake bite: Experience from a tertiary care hospital in Central India
Tejendra S Chaudhari, Tushar B Patil, Madhuri M Paithankar, Ragini V Gulhane, Mangesh B Patil
Background and Aims: This study was undertaken, to assess the clinical parameters in patients of poisonous snakebite, complications which occurred in them, their outcome and to evaluate various...
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Original Article
Effect of gamma-hydroxybutyrate on keratinocytes proliferation: A preliminary prospective controlled study in severe burn patients
Anne-Francoise Rousseau, Laurent Bargues, Herve Le Bever, Philippe Vest, Etienne Cavalier, Didier Ledoux, Gerald E. Pierard, Pierre Damas
Background: Hypermetabolism and hyposomatotropism related to severe burns lead to impaired wound healing. Growth hormone (GH) boosts wound healing notably following stimulation of the productio...
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