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July-September 2022 | Vol 12 | Issue  3     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
What's new in critical illness and injury science? Resource allocation and very short intensive care unit stays
Andrew C Miller
Appropriate and optimal allocation of limited resources remains a concern for intensive care units (ICU). Early appropriate referral of patients to an ICU can significantly reduce morbidity and mort...
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Evaluation of time to death after admission to an intensive care unit and factors associated with mortality: A retrospective longitudinal study
Ana Luiza Mezzaroba, Alexandre S Larangeira, Fernanda K Morakami, Jair Jesus Junior, Amanda A Vieira, Marina M Costa, Fernanda M Kaneshima, Giovana Chiquetti, Ulisses E Colonheze, Giovanna C. S. Brunello, Lucienne T. Q. Cardoso, Tiemi Matsuo, Cintia M. C. Grion
Background: Among nonsurvivors admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU), some present early mortality while other patients, despite having a favorable evolution regarding the initial disease...
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A retrospective cohort study of short-stay admissions to the medical intensive care unit: Defining patient characteristics and critical care resource utilization
Pooja N Pandit, Mark Mallozzi, Rahed Mohammed, Gregory McDonough, Taylor Treacy, Nathaniel Zahustecher, Erika J Yoo
Background: Little is known about the mortality and utilization outcomes of short-stay intensive care unit (ICU) patients who require <24 h of critical care. We aimed to define characteri...
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Utility of National Early Warning Score 2 to risk-stratify coronavirus disease of 2019 patients in the emergency department: A retrospective cohort study
Sweta Khuraijam, Alok Gangurde, Vridhi Shetty
Background: The application of a risk stratification pathway is necessary for the emergency department (ED) to assess the severity of the disease and the need for escalation of therapy. We ai...
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