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October-December 2016 | Vol 6 | Issue  4     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
What's New in Critical Illness and Injury Science? Coagulants for local application in the surgical armamentarium!
Shilpa Sharma
Dear Editor, Coagulants form an important part of surgical hemostasis, especially during liver resection. This issue of the journal has an interesting article, "Comparison of the haemostatic effects...
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What's New in Critical Illness and Injury Science? Extubation Failure Predictors for 2016
Hassen Ben-Ghezala
Dear Editor, In last years, extubation failure rates range from 10% to 20%. [1] It has been proved in a Spanish large trial that extubation outcome is not influenced by breathing tests: spontaneous b...
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The importance of identifying patients at risk of dexmedetomidine-associated hypotension
Bethany Malone, Michael S Firstenberg
The use of dexmedetomidine in the intensive care setting has risen dramatically in recent years, which can be attributed to the benefits of decreased ventilator dependence, [1] shortened Intensive Car...
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Comparison of the hemostatic effects of oxidized cellulose and calcium alginate in an experimental animal model of hepatic parenchymal bleeding
Mustafa Erman Dorterler, Harun Resit Ayangil, Cüneyt Turan, Kemal Deniz
Background: Despite all recent developments, bleeding is still one of the main causes of increasing morbidity and mortality following both trauma and elective hepatic surgery. The main goal of ...
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