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(Critical Care Medicine[TA])
21,870 results
  • Risk Factors on Hospital Arrival for Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Following Pediatric Trauma. [Journal Article]
  • CCCrit Care Med 2018 Aug 16
  • Killien EY, Mills B, … Rivara FP
  • CONCLUSIONS: We provide the first description of the incidence of and risk factors for acute respiratory distress syndrome among pediatric trauma patients. Improved understanding of the risk factors associated with acute respiratory distress syndrome following pediatric trauma may help providers anticipate its development and intervene early to improve outcomes for severely injured children.
  • The Statistical Curriculum Within Randomized Controlled Trials in Critical Illness. [Journal Article]
  • CCCrit Care Med 2018 Aug 16
  • McCullough JPA, Lipman J, Presneill JJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Physicians assessing recent randomized controlled trials in critical illness encounter results derived from a substantial and potentially expanding range of biostatistical methods. In-depth training in the assumptions and limitations of these current and emerging biostatistical methods may not be practically achievable for most clinicians, making accessible specialist biostatistical support an asset to evidence-based clinical practice.
  • Intracranial Pressure Trajectories: A Novel Approach to Informing Severe Traumatic Brain Injury Phenotypes. [Journal Article]
  • CCCrit Care Med 2018 Aug 16
  • Jha RM, Elmer J, … Kochanek PM
  • CONCLUSIONS: We employed a novel approach investigating longitudinal/dynamic intracranial pressure patterns in traumatic brain injury. In a risk adjusted model, six groups were identified and predicted outcomes. If validated, trajectory modeling may be a first step toward developing a new, granular approach for intracranial pressure phenotyping in conjunction with other phenotyping tools like biomarkers and neuroimaging. This may be particularly relevant in light of changing traumatic brain injury demographics toward the elderly.
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