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  1. Authors: Reiko Izumi RN, Motomu Shimaoka MD, PhD, Chiemi Nagaoka RN, Masayasu Komaki RN, Ayako Mizutani RN, Myonsun Yoh PhD, Takeshi Honda MD, PhD, Nobuyuki Taenaka MD, PhD and Ikuto Yoshiya MD, PhD
    Citation: Critical Care 1998 2:79
  2. We studied the incidence of withholding or withdrawing therapeutic measures in intensive care unit (ICU) patients, as well as the possible implications of sepsis-related organ failure assessment (SOFA) in the ...

    Authors: Nolla Miguel, Mariá A León, Jordi Ibáñez, Rosa M Díaz, Alfredo Merten and Francesc Gahete
    Citation: Critical Care 1998 2:61
  3. The aim of this study was to compare pre-arrest and post-resuscitation organ perfusion values and to investigate whether, during the post-resuscitation phase, administration of the angiotensin II antagonist te...

    Authors: Hans-Ulrich Strohmenger, Karl H Lindner, Wolfgang Wienen and Peter Radermacher
    Citation: Critical Care 1998 2:49
  4. Recent investigations have shown that leukocyte activation is involved in the pathogenesis of ventilator-associated lung injury. This study was designed to investigate whether the inflammatory responses and de...

    Authors: Motomu Shimaoku, Yuji Fujino, Nobuyuki Taenaka, Takachika Hiroi, Hiroshi Kiyono and Ikuto Yoshiya
    Citation: Critical Care 1998 2:35
  5. Various estimates of the incidence and mortality rate of the acute (adult) respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) have been published. The studies that led to those estimates were based on relatively small patie...

    Authors: H Neal Reynolds, Maureen McCunn, Ulf Borg, Nader Habashi, Christine Cottingham and Yaron Bar-Lavi
    Citation: Critical Care 1998 2:29
  6. In order to determine the type and incidence of pulmonary complications associated with the placement of narrow-bore enteral feeding tubes we conducted a prospective, descriptive study in the multidisciplinary...

    Authors: Athos J Rassias, Perry A Ball and Howard L Corwin
    Citation: Critical Care 1998 2:25
  7. Nosocomial pneumonia (NP) is a common complication in mechanically-ventilated patients and is considered to be one of the most common causes of morbidity and mortality. However, assessment of the associated mo...

    Authors: JSolé Violán, C Sánchez-Ramírez, APadrón Mújica, JACardeñosa Cendrero, JArroyo Fernández and FRodríguez de Castro
    Citation: Critical Care 1998 2:19
  8. Authors: M Weiss, C Selig, M Ruoff, H Feist, C Karcher, A Koch, A Reuter and EM Schneider
    Citation: Critical Care 1998 2(Suppl 1):P013

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 2 Supplement 1