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  • Vitamin C, Thiamine, and Steroids in the Sepsis Conquest: Replete to Defeat. [Journal Article]
  • JPJ Pharm Pract 2019 Jun 25; :897190019851923
  • Guirguis E, Grace Y, … Tkachuk E
  • CONCLUSIONS: Initial studies in patients with sepsis and septic shock demonstrated beneficial effects of ascorbic acid, thiamine, and steroids as monotherapy or in combination without safety concerns. However, the efficacy and safety of these therapies warrant further validation in larger clinical studies.
  • Palliative Use of Nitroglycerin to Improve Microvascular Circulation. [Journal Article]
  • JPJ Palliat Care 2019 Jun 23; :825859719856563
  • McGahan RK, Gafford EF, … Tripathi RS
  • CONCLUSIONS: Following decision for comfort care measures, management for patient care goes beyond the realm of pain control. Dignified dying is an active process that requires clinicians to navigate care for both patient and patients' families. By reversing the digital ischemia associated with vasopressors, patients' families have the opportunity to give meaningful touch in setting of which it may be needed most.
  • Association of hypokalemia with an increased risk for medically treated arrhythmias. [Journal Article]
  • PlosPLoS One 2019; 14(6):e0217432
  • Phillips CT, Wang J, … Feng M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Serum potassium levels <3.5mEq/L were associated with an increased hazard for treatment with specific antiarrhythmic drugs in a large cohort of patients admitted to both a cardiac as well as medical and surgical intensive care units. Potassium thresholds may be individualized further based on risk of relevant outcomes.
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