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October-December 2018 | Vol 8 | Issue  4     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
What's new in critical illness and injury science? The association between initial blood alcohol concentration and polysubstance use may be indicative of a gateway drug effect
Victor R Davila, David L Stahl, Sujatha P Bhandary, Thomas J Papadimos
In this issue, Jordan et al.[1] have reported their findings regarding the question as to whether trauma patients with an elevated blood alcohol concentration (BAC) (indicating intoxication at >...
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Caregivers satisfaction with intensive care unit services in tertiary care hospital
Ramappa M Thimmapur, Prabhu Raj, Birudu Raju, TR Kanmani, N Krishna Reddy
Background: Caregivers play a vital role in intensive care unit (ICU) because critically ill patients cannot make their own decisions due to their illness. Measuring family satisfaction on qu...
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Knowledge, attitude, and clinical skill of emergency medical technicians from Tehran emergency center in trauma exposure
Khosro Shakeri, Masoud Fallahi-Khoshknab, Hamidreza Khankeh, Mohammadali Hosseini, Mohammad Heidari
Introduction: Prehospital care is the first part of the trauma treatment and care system. Diagnostic and therapeutic measures taken before these patients arrive at the hospital plays signific...
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Assessment of acute kidney injury in neurologically and traumatically injured intensive care patients receiving large vancomycin doses
Casey C May, Beth L Erwin, Margaret Childress, Josh Cortopassi, Garrett Curtis, Tyson Kilpatrick, Jennifer Taylor, Bonnie Vance, Doug Wylie
Background: Previous reports note that in a mixed patient population, vancomycin doses >4 g/day are associated with increased rates of acute kidney injury (AKI). Objective: The ob...
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