Abstract Nutrition therapy is an important yet controversial issue in critical care field. There are numerous international guidelines or publications showing different views; therefore it
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Restrictive versus liberal fluid bolus therapy in septic shock children: An evidence-based case report
Abstract Fluid bolus therapy (FBT) is one of prime management in early goal-directed therapy (EGDT) to achieve adequate cardiac output. The Fluid Expansion as Supportive
Vasopressin can be used as an adjunct in the treatment of patients with TCA overdose. This case study by itself, however is insufficient to support
Troponin I can be used as a marker not only for cardiac outcome in patients with SAH; but also as predictive for complications such as DCI, hypotension and pulmonary edema. More over it can be used as a prognostic factor in terms of functionality.
Hyperglycemia after trauma: Physiologic and tolerable or a possible threat that needs to be corrected?
Admission hyperglycemia is associated with an increased morbidity and mortality in the critically ill trauma population studied by Sung and coworkers. There are a variety of mechanisms involved and attempts to control the glycemic index should become routine in the management of these patients.
Firm recommendations on the use of vasopressin in cardiac arrest are problematic. The combination of vasopressin and epinephrine may be beneficial. However, the preponderance of