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April-June 2022 | Vol 12 | Issue  2     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
What's New in Critical Illness and Injury Science? Delirium, COVID-19, and critical illness
Andrew C Miller
Delirium is a common manifestation of brain dysfunction in critically ill patients. It is a transient fluctuating global disorder of cognition associated with increased morbidity and mortality and h...
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Intensive care unit delirium in patients with severe COVID-19: A prospective observational cohort study
Ryan J Smith, Christian Lachner, Vijay P Singh, Rodrigo Cartin-Ceba
Background: Delirium is common in patients with severe coronavirus disease-19 (COVID-19). The purpose of our study was to determine whether severe COVID-19 is an independent risk factor for t...
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Point prevalence of delirium among critically ill patients in Saudi Arabia: A multicenter observational study
Nada S Alqadheeb, Mai S Hashhoush, Abdulrahman M Alharthy, Nasir Nasim Mahmood, Zahra A Alfardan, Rashid Amin, Khalid A Maghrabi, Mohammed A Almaani, Mahmoud S Alyamany, Farhan Zayed Alenezi, Abdulrahman R Alruwaili, Kasim H Alkhatib, Asia S Rugaan, Faisal S Eltatar, Haifa M Algethamy, Abdullah M Abudayah, Alaa E Ghabashi, Galal B ElRakaiby, Khalid F Alkatheeri, Mohammed I Alarifi, Yousef A Al Mubarak, Nadia H Ismail, Israa H Alnajdi, Mohammed Elrazi I. Ahmed, Mariam A Alansari, Ahmed O Alenazi, Osama M Almuslim
Background: Delirium in critically ill patients is independently associated with poor clinical outcomes. There is a scarcity of published data on the prevalence of delirium among critically i...
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Mortality in patients receiving prolonged invasive mechanical ventilation time in the emergency department: A retrospective cohort study
Sorravit Savatmongkorngul, Chaiyaporn Yuksen, Napathom Sunsuwan, Pungkawa Sricharoen, Chetsadakon Jenpanitpong, Konwachira Maijan, Sorawich Watcharakitpaisan, Parama Kaninworapan
Background: Patients waiting for intensive care unit (ICU) admission cause emergency department (ED) crowding and have an increased risk of mortality and length of stay (LOS) in hospital, whi...
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