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  • The frequency and nature of clinician identified medication-related rapid response system calls. [Journal Article]
    Resuscitation 2019Levkovich BJ, Bingham G, … Jones DA
  • CONCLUSIONS: One in 30 patients triggering a RRS call experienced medication-related clinical deterioration, most often due to dose related toxicity of cardiovascular system medications. The perceived frequency and potential preventability of this medication-related harm suggest further research is required to increase recognition of medication-related RRS calls by responding clinicians and to reduce the incidence.
  • Failure to Rescue in Humanitarian Congenital Cardiac Surgery. [Journal Article]
    Ann Thorac Surg 2019Wallen TJ, Fults M, … Soto R
  • CONCLUSIONS: Failure to rescue occurs at a rate of 10% in the humanitarian congenital cardiac surgery setting. FTR patients were young, required more intubations, and had significantly more diagnoses of TGA. Longer CPB time and ICU admission were associated with increased risk of FTR.
  • Employing Parasite Against Cancer: A Lesson From the Canine Tapeworm Echinococcus Granulocus. [Review]
    Front Pharmacol 2019; 10:1137Guan W, Zhang X, … Zhang J
  • Cystic echinococcosis (CE), a devastating zoonotic condition caused by the tapeworm Echinococcus granulosus, remain a significant public health problem worldwide. However, after a negative correlation between solid tumor and CE has been incidentally discovered, accumulating evidence have suggested that this parasite may induce anticancer effect through activating host immune response and secretin…
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