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  1. Nitric oxide (NO) production following bacterial infection may play a physiological role in the host defense mechanism due to its antimicrobial activity. However, excess production of NO in severe infection su...

    Authors: Chieko Mitaka, Yukio Hirata, Kuninori Yokoyama, Takashi Nagura, Yukio Tsunoda and Keisuke Amaha
    Citation: Critical Care 1997 1:45
  2. The aim of the study was to assess the particle size stability of six parenteral nutrition regimens, fitted to various pathologies, and used by the University Hospital of Limoges. The mixtures contained glucos...

    Authors: Jean-Claude Desport, Brigitte Hoedt, Véronique Pelagatti, Aline Lagarde, Françoise Lorieul, Danièle Chalmel, Fabrice Sultan and Pierre Feiss
    Citation: Critical Care 1997 1:41
  3. The aim of this prospective study was to assess whether the presence of septic shock could influence the dose response to inhaled nitric oxide (NO) in NO-responding patients with adult respiratory distress syn...

    Authors: Eric Mourgeon, Louis Puybasset, Jean-Dominique Law-Koune, Qin Lu, Lamine Abdennour, Lluis Gallart, Patrick Malassine, GS Umamaheswara Rao, Philippe Cluzel, Abdelhai Bennani, Pierre Coriat and Jean-Jacques Rouby
    Citation: Critical Care 1997 1:25