Measurement of interictal central respiratory chemosensitivity to CO2 is rapid and safe for bedside use in patients with epilepsy.
Patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome who received positive end-expiratory pressure titration guided by esophageal pressure had no significant differences in clinical outcomes.
Increasing door-to-antibiotic time for emergency department patients with clinical sepsis is associated with an hour-by-hour linear increase in 1-year mortality.
Microelectrode device analyzes a patient’s blood and provides results in as quickly as 2.5 minutes.
Findings were seen with bag mask ventilation vs no ventilation in adults undergoing tracheal intubation.
The class I recall is being initiated because of incorrect assembly leading to catheter tube (lumens) reversal.
The administration of corticosteroids in patients with sepsis may be associated with significant improvement in patient outcomes.
VentStar and ID Breathing Circuits and Anesthesia Sets have been recalled because some of the devices may not have been correctly assembled, which may have resulted in a short circuited breathing hose.