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  • Effects of Inotropes on the Mortality in Patients With Septic Shock. [Journal Article]
    J Intensive Care Med 2019; :885066619892218Sato R, Ariyoshi N, … Devendra G
  • CONCLUSIONS: The present study showed that the use of epinephrine and dobutamine was associated with significantly increased in-hospital mortality in patients with septic shock. These effects were both time- and dose-dependent. On the other hand, the use of milrinone was not associated with increased in-hospital mortality.
  • Levosimendan in the light of the results of the recent randomized controlled trials: an expert opinion paper. [Review]
    Crit Care 2019; 23(1):385Cholley B, Levy B, … Mebazaa A
  • Despite interesting and unique pharmacological properties, levosimendan has not proven a clear superiority to placebo in the patient populations that have been enrolled in the various recent multicenter randomized controlled trials. However, the pharmacodynamic effects of levosimendan are still considered potentially very useful in a number of specific situations.Patients with decompensated heart…
  • Cardiovascular magnetic resonance: contribution to the exploration of cardiomyopathies. [Review]
    Med Pharm Rep 2019; 92(4):326-336Schiau C, Schiau Ş, … Manole S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging is an indispensable tool, with proven efficiency, capable of providing the differential diagnosis between ischemic and nonischemic cardiomyopathy or establishing the etiology in the nonischemic type. In addition, these findings have a prognostic value, they may guide the patient management plan and, if necessary, can evaluate treatment response. Therefore, this technique should be part of any routine investigation of various cardiomyopathies.
  • Hemodynamic changes in surgical intensive care unit patients undergoing echinocandin treatment. [Journal Article]
    Int J Clin Pharm 2019Koch C, Schneck E, … Lichtenstern C
  • Background Echinocandins are well-established agents for the treatment of patients with fungal infections, but growing evidence questions their safety in special patient populations prone to systemic inflammatory responses. Objective The study aimed to analyse early hemodynamic changes during echinocandin therapy in critically ill surgical patients. Setting The study was conducted at the surgical…
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