Abstract We present the case and images of a 52 year-old Hispanic gentleman with a history of hepatitis C and chronic liver disease that developed
Abstract Objective: The main goal of this research is to know a nurse’s attitude to patients that may suffer delirium during the hospitalization time. A
Abstract Objective: The objective of the study is to determine factors that influence the outcome of long stay patients in a general intensive care unit
Long-Term Outcome from Intensive Care. A One Year Follow-Up of Acute Admissions at Hawke’s Bay Hospital
Abstract Background: This study aimed to collect information about long-term survival and independence of patients requiring acute hospital admissions and care in Intensive Care Unit
Abstract Brain natriuretic peptide levels (BNP) have been best studied in the heart failure (HF) literature and has been increasingly used in the critical care
A middle age Caucasian gentleman presented to the Emergency Department with fever, chills and hypotension. Chest X-ray revealed consolidation in right lower lobe consistent with pneumonia. A chest radiograph after central line placement revealed a venous anomaly. CT scan with contrast revealed persistent left superior vena cava and absent right superior vena cava.