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Does Rocking Charis Calm Delirious Patients in the Intensive Care Unit

evaluated not to be mobilized to a rocking chair and expressing discomfort and do not wish to be mobilized, a patient with critical illness neuropati, patients with lever coma, patient in ECM treatment

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  • 26 Jan, 2021
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Low Dose of Hydrocortisone and Fludrocortisone in Adult Cardiogenic Shock.

The purpose of this randomized controlled trial is to evaluate the hemodynamic effect of low dose corticosteroid therapy (hydrocortisone and fludrocortisone) in the treatment of adult cardiogenic shock.

hypoperfusion
ejection fraction
congestion
catecholamines
pulmonary artery occlusion
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  • 24 Jan, 2021
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Web-based Follow-up to Former ICU Patients

This study evaluates if a web-based 1-year programme is a useful method for follow-up intensive care survivors with short ICU-stay. Half of the participants are randomized into receiving the web-based follow-up while the other half will receive no follow-up.

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  • 24 Jan, 2021
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Protein Delivery in Intermittent and Continuous Enteral Nutrition in ICU Patients

Acute skeletal muscle wasting in ICU patients is associated with functional impairment and with increased risk of death. Of what we know today, physical disability can persist up to 5 years. Adequate nutrition is the basis for an optimal recovery for ICU patients and for prevention of muscle wasting. Today, …

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  • 24 Jan, 2021
Pressure Support and Positive End Expiratory Pressure During Spontaneous Breathing Trial

The aim of this study is to assess if a bundle associating pressure support and positive end-expiratory pressure during spontaneous breathing trial and detection by T-piece of patients with high-risk of extubation failure can reduce the time to successful extubation in critically ill patients.

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  • 22 Jan, 2021
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Cerebral Microembolism in the Critically Ill With Acute Kidney Injury

The primary objective of this study is to investigate the impact of continuous renal replacement therapy and intermittent renal replacement therapy on microbubble / cerebral microemboli generation in a cohort of critically ill patients with dialysis-dependent acute kidney injury.

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  • 26 Jan, 2021
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Infrared for Peripheral Venous Catheterization in the Critically-ill

Peripheral venous catheterization is a fundamental part of the management of critically-ill patients, especially for administration of intravenous emergency treatments. In general, it is preferred to central catheterization whenever possible, since it is less invasive, achievable immediately by the nurse, and responsible for fewer complications. Venous access difficulties are frequent …

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  • 25 Jan, 2021
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The Effect of Guanfacine on Delirium in Critically Ill Patients

Delirium in patients in the intensive care unit (ICU) is a common problem associated with increased mortality and morbidity, including increased hospital and ICU length of stay, greater hospital cost, increased ventilator days, and long-term cognitive disability. Various pharmacologic agents including dopamine antagonists, acetylcholinesterase inhibitors, melatonin, antipsychotics, alpha-2 agonists, and …

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  • 26 Jan, 2021
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Comparison of Time-restricted Feeding and Continuous Feeding in Critically Ill Patients

In the nutrition guideline (A.S.P.E.N guideline), there was no recommendation about the feeding type in enteral feeding of critically ill patients. Continuous feeding is the most popular feeding type in ICU because of its less nursing burden and reducing the aspiration incidence theoretically. However, some previous studies demonstrated that there …

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  • 25 Jan, 2021
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Comparison of Continuous Feeding and Sequential Feeding on Gut Microbiota and Metabolomics in Critically Ill Patients

Continuous feeding is the most popular enteral feeding mode in the ICU because of its lower nursing burden and theoretically better intestinal toleration. However, continuous feeding is nonphysiological. We proposed a feeding mode called sequential feeding, as it utilizes a combination of continuous feeding in the beginning, time-restricted feeding in …

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  • 25 Jan, 2021
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