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  1. ACLS

  1. BulletEffect of different methods of cooling for targeted temperature management on outcome after cardiac arrest REVIEW 2019.PDF

  2. BulletEfficacy of the cooling method for targeted temperature management in post-cardiac arrest patients Review 2020.pdf

  3. BulletEndovascular Versus Surface Cooling.pdf

  4. BulletEpinephrine in cardiac arrest 2012.pdf

  5. BulletETC02 and prognosis in CPR.pdf

  6. BulletEuropean Resuscitation Council and European Society of Intensive Care Medicine 2015 guidelines for post resuscitation care.pdf

  7. BulletFocus on cardiac arrest 2016.pdf

  8. BulletFunctional Neurologic Outcomes Change Over the First 6 Months After Cardiac Arrest.pdf

  9. BulletGasping in cardiac arrest.doc

  10. BulletGastrointestinal ischaemia post cardiac arrest.pdf

  11. BulletHigh Quality Targeted Temperature Management (TTM) After Cardiac Arrest 2020.pdf

  12. BulletHypothermia after cardiac arrest Review.pdf

  13. BulletHypothermia and CA perspective.pdf

  14. BulletHypothermia and CA.pdf

  15. BulletImproving CPR Performance Review 2017.pdf

  16. BulletIncreasing survival after admission to UK critical care units following cardiopulmonary resuscitation.pdf

  17. BulletIntensive care medicine research agenda on cardiac arrest Review 2017.pdf

  18. BulletMechanism of action of hypothermia Review.pdf

  19. BulletMeta-Analysis of the Usefulness of Therapeutic Hypothermia After Cardiac Arrest 2020.pdf

  20. BulletMild hypothermia improves outcome after cardiac arrest.pdf

  21. BulletMinimally interrupted CPR.pdf

  22. BulletMyocardial Dysfunction and Shock after Cardiac Arrest Review 2015.pdf

  23. BulletNeonatal Resuscitation - ACLS 2006.doc

  24. BulletNeurofilament light as an outcome predictor after cardiac arrest 2020.pdf

  25. BulletNeurologic Outcomes and Postresuscitation Care of Patients With Myoclonus Following Cardiac Arrest.pdf

  26. BulletNeurological prognostication of outcome in patients in coma after cardiac arrest Review 2016.pdf

  27. BulletNeuroprognostication postcardiac arrest 2018.pdf

  28. BulletNew Concepts in ACLS.doc

  29. BulletNew physiological insights in ventilation during cardiopulmonary resuscitation 2018.pdf

  30. BulletNew protocol improves survival from in hospital cardiac arrest.doc

  31. BulletOut-of-hospital cardiac arrest from air embolism during sexual intercourse.pdf

  32. BulletPathophysiology and clinical consequences of arterial blood gases and pH after cardiac arrest Review 2020.pdf

  33. BulletPlace for vasopressors in cardiac arrest review 2012.pdf

  34. BulletPractical aspects of cooling.pdf

  35. BulletPrognosis after CPR Review 2013.pdf

  36. BulletProne CPR.pdf

  37. BulletPseudo-pulseless electrical activity in the emergency department Review 2020.pdf

  38. BulletRe exam of CPR.pdf

  39. BulletRegional variation of Cardiac arrest.pdf

  40. BulletResuscitation highlights in 2015.pdf

  41. BulletSerum Neurofilament Light Chain for Prognosis of Outcome After Cardiac Arrest.pdf

  1. BulletShenfu Injection and Postresuscitation Bundle in Patients With Return of Spontaneous Circulation After In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest.pdf

  2. BulletStroke – ACLS 2006.doc

  3. BulletSuccessful Resuscitation From In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest— What Happens Next?.pdf

  4. BulletSurvival after cardiac arrest improved with more chest compressions.doc

  5. BulletSurviving cardiac arrest edit.pdf

  6. BulletTargeted Temperature Management After Cardiac Arrest Review 2018.pdf

  7. BulletTargeted temperature management after cardiac arrest when, how deep, how long? 2018.pdf

  8. BulletTargeted Temperature Management for 48 vs 24 Hours and Neurologic Outcome After Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest.pdf

  9. BulletTargeted temperature management for adult out-of-hospital cardiac arrest 2017.pdf

  10. BulletTargeted Temperature Management for Cardiac Arrest with Nonshockable Rhythm 2019.pdf

  11. BulletTargeted temperature management in the ICU Review 2018.pdf

  12. BulletTemperature Management and Modern Post Cardiac Arrest Care.pdf

  13. BulletTemperature Management for Comatose Survivors of Cardiac Arrest.pdf

  14. BulletTen strategies to increase survival of cardiac arrest patients.pdf

  15. BulletThe global survival rate among adult out-of-hospital cardiac arrest patients who received cardiopulmonary resuscitation.pdf

  16. BulletThe impact of organ failure on outcome of patients after cardiac arrest-ICON-Annotated.pdf

  17. BulletThe Physiology of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Review 2016.pdf

  18. BulletThe Right Ventricle Is Dilated During Resuscitation From Cardiac Arrest Caused by Hypovolemia.pdf

  19. BulletThe role of adrenaline in cardiopulmonary resuscitation.pdf

  20. BulletTherapeutic Hypothermia after Cardiac Arrest letters.pdf

  21. BulletTherapeutic Hypothermia After Cardiac Arrest Review 2013.pdf

  22. BulletTherapeutic hypothermia after cardiac arrest.pdf

  23. BulletTherapeutic hypothermia and controlled normothermia in the intensive care unit Review.pdf

  24. BulletTherapeutic Hypothermia Review.pdf

  25. BulletThere is no place for the use of intravenous epinephrine as a standard component of cardiac arrest resuscitation care 2019.pdf

  26. BulletTreatment of comatose survivors of out of hospital cardiac arrest with hypothermia.pdf

  27. BulletTrends in Survival after In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest.pdf

  28. BulletUnderstanding post-cardiac arrest myoclonus.pdf

  29. BulletVasopressin, Steroids, and Epinephrine and Neurologically Favorable Survival After In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest.pdf

  30. BulletVentilation Is an Important Confounding Variable When End-Tidal Carbon Dioxide Is Used to Help Guide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation.pdf

  31. BulletWhether to Intubate During Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation.pdf

  1. Bullet2015 AHA Cardiac Arrest in Pregnancy.pdf

  2. Bullet2015 AHA Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care.pdf

  3. Bullet2019 International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science.pdf

  4. BulletA Randomized Trial of Epinephrine in Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest.pdf

  5. BulletACLS 2010 Adult Stroke.pdf

  6. BulletACLS 2010 Neonatal Resuscitation 2010.pdf

  7. BulletACLS 2010 Pediatric Basic and Advanced Life Support.pdf

  8. BulletACLS UK 2016 Manual.pdf

  9. BulletAcute kidney injury after cardiac arrest.pdf

  10. BulletAdvances in CPR.pdf

  11. BulletAHA Guidelines: The 4 Cs of Cardiac Arrest Care 2010.pdf

  12. BulletALS ERC 2010 Guidelines.pdf

  13. BulletAngiotensin II Time to Study Starting a Stopped Heart.pdf

  14. BulletArterial Hyperoxia Following Resuscitation From Cardiac Arrest and In-Hospital Mortality.pdf

  15. BulletAssociation Between Therapeutic Hypothermia and Survival After In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest.pdf

  16. BulletAutoresuscitation after cardiac arrest Review 2018.pdf

  17. BulletAwakening after cardiac arrest and post resuscitation hypothermia.pdf

  18. BulletBlood flow   maintenance by cardiac massage during cardiopulmonary resuscitation Classical theories, newer hypotheses.pdf

  19. BulletBreakthrough in cardiac arrest Review 2015.pdf

  20. BulletCardiac Arrest 2017.pdf

  21. BulletCardiac arrest A Treatment Algorithm for Emergent Invasive Cardiac Procedures in the Resuscitated Comatose Patient.pdf

  22. BulletCardiac Arrest and hypothermia.pdf

  23. BulletCardiac Arrest No ventil.pdf

  24. BulletCardiac arrest—guideline .pdf

  25. BulletCardiocerebral and cardiopulmonary resuscitation Ewy 2017.pdf

  26. BulletCardiocerebral Resuscitation An Approach to Improving Survival Review 2016.pdf


  28. BulletCardiopulmonary resuscitation review 2012.pdf

  29. BulletCerebral resuscitation after cardiac arrest review.pdf

  30. BulletChest-compression-only versus standard cardiopulmonary resuscitation.pdf

  31. BulletContinuous or Interrupted Chest Compressions for Cardiac Arrest.pdf

  32. BulletCooling after cardiac arrest—the longer the better?.pdf

  33. BulletCoronary Angiography after Cardiac Arrest 2019.pdf

  34. BulletCorrelation between end-tidal carbon dioxide and the degree of compression of heart cavities measured by transthoracic echocardiography during cardiopulmonary resuscitation.pdf

  35. BulletDebate on the use of mild hypothermia after cardiac arrest.pdf

  36. BulletDefibrillation in clinical practice Review 2019.pdf

  37. BulletDefibrillation in the prone position.pdf

  38. BulletDoes Early Coronary Angiography Improve Survival After out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest? Review 2018.pdf

  39. BulletDuration of in hospital resuscitation.pdf

  1. Hemodynamic monitoring

  1. BulletFluid Responsiveness and the Six Guiding Principles of Fluid Resuscitation review 2016.pdf

  2. BulletFluid responsiveness in spontaneously breathing subjects.pdf

  3. BulletFluid resuscitation in ICU patients.pdf

  4. BulletFluid resuscitation in sepsis the great 30 mL per kg hoax.pdf

  5. BulletFluid resuscitation-positive fluid balance and elevated CVP are associated with increased mortality.pdf

  6. BulletFocus on acute circulatory failure.pdf

  7. BulletGastric mucosal acidosis and cytokine release in patients with septic shock.pdf

  8. BulletGastric tonometry guided therapy in critical care patients.pdf

  9. BulletGleaning Knowledge from Data in the Intensive Care Unit Review 2014.pdf

  10. BulletHemodynamic and metabolic therapy in the critically ill edit.pdf

  11. BulletHemodynamic Assessment of Patients With Septic Shock Using Transpulmonary Thermodilution and Critical Care Echocardiography.pdf

  12. BulletHemodynamic monitoring in the era of digital health.pdf

  13. BulletHemodynamic optimization and biomarkers.pdf

  14. BulletHemodynamic parameters to guide fluid therapy review 2011.pdf

  15. BulletHemodynamic Parameters to Guide Fluid Therapy.pdf

  16. BulletHigh central venous saturation after cardiac surgery is associated with increased organ failure and long-term mortality.pdf

  17. BulletHigh versus low blood pressure in septic shock.pdf

  18. BulletHow to detect a positive response to a fluid bolus when cardiac output is not measured? 2020.pdf

  19. BulletHow to use CVP measurements.pdf

  20. BulletICU outcome rel to fluid balance.pdf

  21. BulletInaccuracy of thermodilution with tricuspid regurgitation.pdf

  22. BulletIncidence and Significance of a Step-Down” in Oxygen Saturation from Superior Vena Cava to Pulmonary Artery.pdf

  23. BulletIncidence of low SVO2 during sepsis.pdf

  24. BulletIndividualized Early Goal-Directed Therapy in Systemic Inflammation Is Full Utilization of Preload Reserve the Optimal Strategy.pdf

  25. BulletInnovations in Monitoring.pdf

  26. BulletIntensive care medicine in 2050 towards critical care without central lines.pdf

  27. BulletInternal jugular vein variability predicts fluid responsiveness in cardiac surgical patients with mechanical ventilation.pdf

  28. BulletIs the CVP still useful Review 2008.pdf

  29. BulletIs the CVP still useful Review 2013.pdf

  30. BulletJugular vein distensibility predicts fluid responsiveness in septic patients.pdf

  31. BulletLactate clearance as a target of therapy in sepsis a flawed paradigm.pdf

  32. BulletLactate clearance vs Scv02 as goals in early sepsis.pdf

  33. BulletLactate kinetics in ICU patients using a bolus of 13C-labeled lactate.pdf

  34. BulletLactate monitoring in critically ill patients Review 2013.pdf

  35. BulletLactate Monitoring in the ICU 2018.pdf

  36. BulletLactate time Edit.pdf

  37. BulletLactate-guided resuscitation.pdf

  38. BulletLess invasive hemodynamic monitoring in critically ill patients Review 2016.pdf

  39. BulletLess or more hemodynamic monitoring in critically ill patients.pdf

  40. BulletMeasurement of lung water with PICCO edit.pdf

  41. BulletMichards Chest Review on fluid resp in ITU.pdf

  42. BulletMinimally Invasive and Noninvasive Cardiac Output Monitoring Systems Review 2020.pdf

  43. BulletNon-invasive blood pressure monitoring in the critically ill Review 2017.pdf

  44. BulletNon-invasive monitoring of oxygen delivery in acutely ill patients Review 2015.pdf

  45. BulletNoninvasive BP Monitoring in the Critically Ill.pdf

  46. BulletNoninvasive Cardiac Output Monitors Review 2013.pdf

  47. BulletNoninvasive continuous cardiac output monitoring in perioperative and intensive care medicine Review 2015.pdf

  48. BulletNot all venous saturations are not created equal.pdf

  49. BulletOesophageal Doppler review.pdf

  50. BulletOptimal pressing strength and time for capillary refilling time.pdf

  51. BulletOxygen Tissue Saturation Is Lower in Nonsurvivors of sepsis.pdf

  52. BulletPassive leg raising.pdf

  53. BulletPassive leg raising Five rules.pdf

  54. BulletPassive leg raising for predicting fluid responsiveness Review 2016.pdf

  55. BulletPassive leg raising in spontaneous breathing patients.pdf

  56. BulletPassive leg raising test with minimally invasive monitoring.pdf

  57. BulletPassive leg-raising and end-expiratory occlusion tests perform better than pulse pressure variation in patients with low respiratory system compliance.pdf

  58. BulletPassive leg-raising and end-expiratory occlusion tests perform better than pulse pressure variation.pdf

  59. BulletPCO2 gap Review.pdf

  60. BulletPersistence of Central Venous Oxygen Desaturation During Early Sepsis Is Associated With Higher Mortality Review.pdf

  61. BulletPersistent tissue hypoxia post Resuscitation.pdf

  62. BulletPharmacodynamic Analysis of a Fluid Challenge.pdf

  63. BulletPhysical examination with PAC.pdf

  64. BulletPhysical examination, central venous pressure, and chest radiography for the prediction of transpulmonary thermodilution–derived hemodynamic parameters in critically ill patients.pdf

  65. BulletPICCO guide.pdf

  66. BulletPICCO Limitations of volumetric indices obtained by transthoracic thermodilution.pdf

  67. BulletPiCCO Monitor.pdf

  68. BulletPICCO Normal Values and algorhithm.pdf

  69. BulletPitfalls of non invasive CO.pdf

  70. BulletPPV fails to predict fluid responsiveness in ARDS.pdf

  71. BulletSerum procalcitonin as a marker of post-cardiac arrest syndrome and long-term neurological recovery, but not of early-onset infections.pdf

  1. BulletPredicting Fluid Responsiveness by Passive Leg Raising Review 2016.pdf

  2. BulletPredicting Fluid Responsiveness by Passive Leg Raising.pdf

  3. BulletPredicting fluid responsiveness in non-intubated patients 2021.pdf

  4. BulletPrediction of fluid responsiveness by a continuous non- invasive assessment of arterial pressure in critically ill patients comparison with four other dynamic indices.pdf

  5. BulletPrediction of fluid responsiveness in acute respiratory distress syndrome patients ventilated with low tidal volume and high positive end-expiratory pressure.pdf

  6. BulletPrediction of fluid responsiveness update 2016.pdf

  7. BulletPredictive value of pulse pressure variation for fluid responsiveness in septic patients using lung protective ventilation strategies.pdf

  8. BulletPreload responsiveness is associated with lower organ yield from brain dead donors.pdf

  9. BulletPressure Waveform Analysis 2017.pdf

  10. BulletPrevalence of low central venous oxygen saturation in the first hours of intensive care unit admission and associated mortality in septic shock patients.pdf

  11. BulletPrognostic impact of elevated lactate levels on mortality in critically ill patients with and without preadmission metformin treatment.pdf

  12. BulletPulse Oximeter Plethysmographic Waveform Changes in Awake, Spontaneously Breathing, Hypovolemic Volunteers copy.pdf

  13. BulletPulse Pressure Variations in Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome.pdf

  14. BulletPulse pressure versus systolic pressure variation.pdf

  15. BulletPulse Wave Analysis to Estimate Cardiac Output Review 2020.pdf

  16. BulletRespiratory variations in the arterial pressure during mechanical ventilation reflect volume status and fluid responsiveness.pdf

  17. BulletRespiratory variations of inferior vena cava diameter to predict fluid responsiveness in spontaneously breathing patients with acute circulatory failure.pdf

  18. BulletResponse to Fluid Boluses in the Fluid and Catheter Treatment Trial.pdf

  19. BulletRunning on empty The compensatory reserve index.pdf

  20. BulletScV02 in Sepsis.pdf

  21. BulletShould Acute Fluid Resuscitation Be Guided Primarily by Inferior Vena Cava Ultrasound for Patients in Shock? Pro Con.pdf

  22. BulletShould we measure the central venous pressure to guide fluid management?.pdf

  23. BulletSupporting hemodynamics what should we target.pdf

  24. BulletTen situations where inferior vena cava ultrasound may fail to accurately predict  uid responsiveness.pdf

  25. BulletThe Cardiac Output Monitoring EvaluaTion –UK(COMET-UK)study.pdf

  26. BulletThe Changes in Pulse Pressure Variation or Stroke Volume Variation After a “Tidal Volume Challenge” Reliably Predict Fluid Responsiveness During Low Tidal Volume Ventilation.pdf

  27. BulletThe clinical usefulness of extravascular lung water and pulmonary vascular permeability index to diagnose and characterize pulmonary edema.pdf

  28. BulletThe contemporary pulmonary artery catheter Review 2021.pdf

  29. BulletThe diagnostic accuracy of clinical examination for estimating cardiac index in critically ill patients 2019.pdf

  30. BulletThe effects of passive leg raising may be detected by the plethysmographic oxygen saturation signal in critically ill patients.pdf

  31. BulletThe end-expiratory occlusion test 2019.pdf

  32. BulletThe end-expiratory occlusion test for detecting preload responsiveness.pdf

  33. BulletThe Influence of Renal Replacement Therapy on Thermodilution Hemodynamic Measurements.pdf

  34. BulletThe mini-fluid challenge and mini-fluid bolus approach.pdf

  35. BulletThe origins of the Lacto-Bolo reflex the mythology of lactate in sepsis.pdf

  36. BulletThe passive leg raising test to guide fluid removal in critically ill patients.pdf

  37. BulletThe passive leg raising test.pdf

  38. BulletThe pursuit of a high central venous oxygen saturation in sepsis growing concerns copy.pdf

  39. BulletThe ten pitfalls of lactate clearance in sepsis.pdf

  40. BulletThe Use of Central Venous to Arterial Carbon Dioxide Tension Gap for Outcome Prediction in Critically Ill Patients Review 2020.pdf

  41. BulletThe value of blood lactate kinetics in critically ill patients Review 2016.pdf

  42. BulletThe venous–arterial partial pressure of carbon dioxide as a new monitoring of circulatory disorder not so simple.pdf

  43. BulletTherapeutic control of the circulation Review.pdf

  44. BulletTranspulmonary Determination of Extravascular Lung Water.pdf

  45. BulletTranspulmonary thermodilution Review 2017.pdf

  46. BulletTrial of Early, Goal-Directed Resuscitation for Septic Shock.pdf

  47. BulletUltrasound assessment of the inferior vena cava for fluid responsiveness Review 2019.pdf

  48. BulletUnderestimation of cardiac output by thermodilution in patients with tricuspid regurgitation.pdf

  49. BulletUnderstanding preload reserve using functional hemodynamic monitoring.pdf

  50. BulletUse of Central Venous Oxygen Saturation to Guide Therapy Review.pdf

  51. BulletUse of venous oxygen saturations as a goal Review.pdf

  52. BulletUsing pulse pressure variation or stroke volume variation to diagnose right ventricular failure.pdf

  53. BulletValue of CVP.pdf

  54. BulletVariability in CVP measurements and impact on fluid management.pdf

  55. BulletVenous-arterial CO2 to arterial-venous O2 differences A physiological meaning debate.pdf

  56. BulletVenous-to-arterial carbon dioxide difference.pdf

  57. BulletVolume responsiveness assessed by passive leg raising and a fluid challenge Review 2017.pdf

  58. BulletWhen to stop septic shock resuscitation clues from a dynamic perfusion monitoring.pdf

  1. BulletA lactate-targeted resuscitation strategy may be associated with higher mortality in patients with septic shock and normal capillary refill time ANDROMEDA SHOCK.pdf

  2. BulletA positive fluid balance is an independent prognostic factor in patients with sepsis.pdf

  3. BulletAdvances in the Approaches Using Peripheral Perfusion for Monitoring Hemodynamic Status 2020.pdf

  4. BulletAlternatives to the Swan–Ganz catheter Review 2018.pdf

  5. BulletAnalysis of Transpulmonary Thermodilution Data Confirms the Influence of Renal Replacement Therapy.pdf

  6. BulletApplicability of Pulse Pressure Variation during Unstable Hemodynamic Events in the Intensive Care Unit.pdf

  7. BulletArterial Pulse Pressure Variation with Mechanical Ventilation.pdf

  8. BulletAssessing fluid responsiveness during open chest conditions.pdf

  9. BulletAssessing fluid responsiveness with the passive leg raising maneuver in patients with increased intra-abdominal pressure.pdf

  10. BulletAssessment of fluid responsiveness in spontaneously breathing patients review 2018.pdf

  11. BulletAssociation Between Arterial Catheter Use and Hospital Mortality in Intensive Care Units.pdf

  12. BulletAssociation between elevated central venous pressure and outcomes in critically ill patients.pdf

  13. BulletBedside assessment and clinical utility of mean systemic filling pressure in acute care Review 2020.pdf

  14. BulletBioreactance is not reliable for estimating cardiac output and the effects of passive leg raising in critically ill patients copy.pdf

  15. BulletBroader applications of arterial pressure wave form analysis Review 2014.pdf

  16. BulletCan changes in arterial pressure be used to detect changes in cardiac index during fluid challenge in patients with septic shock?.pdf

  17. BulletCan changes in BP predict fluid responsiveness.pdf

  18. BulletCan the venous tone be monitored at the bedside Review 2015.pdf

  19. BulletCardiac output measurements by echocardiography vs. thermodilution.pdf

  20. BulletCardiac Output Monitoring Review 2014.pdf

  21. BulletCardiac output monitoring throw it out or keep it?.pdf

  22. BulletCentral and Mixed Venous Oxygen Saturation Measurement in Perioperative Care.pdf

  23. BulletCentral venous oxygen saturation monitoring in the critically ill.pdf

  24. BulletCentral venous oxygenation when physiology explains apparent discrepancies Review.pdf

  25. BulletCentral venous pressure Review.pdf

  26. BulletCentral Venous saturation and surg outcomes.pdf

  27. BulletChanges in Arterial Pressure during IPPV.pdf

  28. BulletCirculating and intra-thoracic vs stressed and unstressed volumes.pdf

  29. BulletClinical assessment of fluid status.pdf

  30. BulletClinical assessment of peripheral perfusion.pdf

  31. BulletClinical assessment of peripheral tissue perfusion in septic shock (Andromeda shock) Review 2019.pdf

  32. BulletClinical monitoring of peripheral perfusion.pdf

  33. BulletClinical Usefulness of Respiratory Variations in Arterial Pressure.pdf

  34. BulletCO monitoring Review.pdf

  35. BulletCO2-derived variables for hemodynamic management in critically ill patients Review 2019.pdf

  36. BulletCombination of venoarterial PCO2 difference with arteriovenous O2 content difference to detect anaerobic metabolism.pdf

  37. BulletCommon pitfalls and tips and tricks to get the most out of your transpulmonary thermodilution device Review.pdf

  38. BulletConsensus on circulatory shock and hemodynamic monitoring 2014.pdf

  39. BulletContinuous noninvasive hemoglobin monitoring Review 2015.pdf

  40. BulletCorrelation between arterial lactate and venous lactate in patients with sepsis and septic shock.pdf

  41. BulletCVP and PCWP fail to predict filling volume.pdf

  42. BulletCVP Monitoring Review.pdf

  43. BulletDetecting impaired myocardial relaxation in sepsis with a novel tissue Doppler parameter.pdf

  44. BulletDiastolic arterial pressure is important in septic shock Pro:Con.pdf

  45. BulletDiastolic shock index (DSI).pdf

  46. BulletDiastolic shock index and clinical outcomes in patients with septic shoc.pdf

  47. BulletDisagreement between cardiac output measurement devices.pdf

  48. BulletDo we need to monitor cardiac output in spontaneously breathing patients.pdf

  49. BulletDoes inferior vena cava respiratory variability predict fluid responsiveness in spontaneously breathing patients.pdf

  50. BulletDynamic changes in arterial waveform derived variables and fluid responsiveness in mechanically ventilated patients review.pdf

  51. BulletEarly goal directed therapy and lactate.pdf

  52. BulletEarly lactate guided therapy in ICU patients.pdf

  53. BulletEffect of Reduced Exposure to Vasopressors on 90-Day Mortality in Older Critically Ill Patients With Vasodilatory Hypotension.pdf

  54. BulletEffects of capillary refill time-vs. lactate-targeted fluid resuscitation on regional, microcirculatory and hypoxia-related perfusion parameters in septic shock.pdf

  55. BulletEffects of passive leg raising and volume expansion on mean systemic pressure and venous return in shock.pdf

  56. BulletEstimation of mean systemic filling pressure.pdf

  57. BulletEVLW measured by PICCO vs Autopsy.pdf

  58. BulletExtravascular lung water as a target for intensive care Review 2019.pdf

  59. BulletFactors influencing the estimation of extravascular lung water by transpulmonary thermodilution in critically ill patients.pdf

  60. BulletFilling pressures do not predict fluid responsiveness.pdf

  61. BulletFluid responsiveness an evolution of our understanding.pdf

  62. BulletFluid challenges in intensive care the FENICE study.pdf

  1. Microcirculation/Glycocalyx

  1. BulletGlycocalyx and sepsis-induced alterations in vascular permeability review 2015.pdf

  2. BulletGlycocalyx biomarker syndecan-1 is a stronger predictor of respiratory failure in patients with sepsis due to pneumonia.pdf

  3. BulletGlycocalyx Degradation Is Independent of Vascular Barrier Permeability Increase in Nontraumatic Hemorrhagic Shock in Rats.pdf

  4. BulletGTN and microcirculation.pdf

  5. BulletGTN and Septic shock.pdf

  6. BulletGTN on sublingual blood flow in septic shock.pdf

  7. BulletHemodynamic coherence and the rationale for monitoring the microcirculation.pdf

  8. BulletHydrocortisone on microcirculatory alterations.pdf

  9. BulletHypervolemia increases release of atrial natriuretic peptide and shedding of the endothelial glycocalyx.pdf

  10. BulletInjury to the Endothelial Glycocalyx in Critically Ill Patients with COVID-19.pdf

  11. BulletIntravenous fluid resuscitation is associated with septic endothelial glycocalyx degradation 2019.pdf

  12. BulletIs lactate the new panacea for endothelial dysfunction.pdf

  13. BulletIs the macrocirculation really dissociated from the microcirculation in septic shock.pdf

  14. BulletIvabradine Attenuates the Microcirculatory Derangements Evoked by Experimental Sepsis.pdf

  15. BulletMacrocirculation and Microcirculation 2020.pdf

  16. BulletMicrocirculation  edit.pdf

  17. BulletMicrocirculation as a functional system.pdf

  18. BulletMicrocirculation during cardiac arrest and resuscitation.pdf

  19. BulletMicrocirculation Edit.pdf

  20. BulletMicrocirculation in Sepsis Review.pdf

  21. BulletMicrocirculation Review 2019.pdf

  22. BulletMicrocirculatory dysfunction and resuscitation Review 2015.pdf

  23. BulletMicrocirculatory dysfunction and tissue oxygenation in critical illness Review 2015.pdf

  24. BulletMicrocirculatory perfusion disturbances in septic shock results from the ProCESS trial.pdf

  25. BulletMicrocirculatory Shock Occurrence in Acutely Ill Patients.pdf

  26. BulletMicrovascular flow and global tissue oxygen association with postop complications.pdf

  27. BulletMicrovascular Fluid Exchange Implications of the Revised Starling Model for Resuscitation of Dengue Shock Syndrome.pdf

  28. BulletMicrovascular response to RBCs Edit.pdf

  29. BulletMicrovascular response to RBCs.pdf

  30. BulletMinimal shedding of the glycocalyx layer during abdominal hysterectomy.pdf

  31. BulletMonitoring microcirculation in critical illness Review 2016.pdf

  32. BulletMonitoring the microcirculation in the critically ill patient- current methods and future approaches.pdf

  33. BulletNanomechanics of the Endothelial Glycocalyx in Experimental Sepsis.PDF

  34. BulletNoradrenaline does not improve microcirculatory flow.pdf

  35. BulletOxygenating the microcirculation the perspective from blood transfusion and blood storage.pdf

  1. BulletPathophysiology of microcirculatory dysfunction and the pathogenesis of septic shock Review 2014.pdf

  2. BulletPersistent microcirculatory disturbance and outcome copy.pdf

  3. BulletPrognostic implications of microcirculatory perfusion versus macrocirculatory perfusion in cardiogenic shock.pdf

  4. BulletRe-thinking resuscitation leaving blood pressure cosmetics behind and moving forward to permissive hypotension and a tissue perfusion-based approach.pdf

  5. BulletRecruiting the microcirculation in septic shock 2019.pdf

  6. BulletResuscitation Fluid Choices to Preserve the Endothelial Glycocalyx Review 2019.pdf

  7. BulletRevision of the Starling principle Review.pdf

  8. BulletRole of albumin in the preservation of endothelial glycocalyx integrity and the microcirculation Review 2020.pdf

  9. BulletRole of the glycocalyx in fluid management.pdf

  10. BulletSDF brochure.pdf

  11. BulletSDF.pdf

  12. BulletSepsis and Major Abdominal Surgery Lead to Flaking of the Endothelial Glycocalix.pdf

  13. BulletShock induced endotheliopathy (SHINE).pdf

  14. BulletShock induced endotheliopathy in acute critical illness Review 2017.pdf

  15. BulletStructural Behavior of the Endothelial Glycocalyx Is Associated With Pathophysiologic Status in Septic Mice.pdf

  16. BulletThe Biomechanical Effects of Resuscitation Colloids on the Compromised Lung Endothelial Glycocalyx.pdf

  17. BulletThe effect of pre-operative methylprednisolone on early endothelial damage after total knee arthroplasty.pdf

  18. BulletThe endothelial glycocalyx and its disruption, protection and regeneration Review 2016.pdf

  19. BulletThe endothelial glycocalyx composition, functions, and visualization Review.pdf

  20. BulletThe Endothelial Glycocalyx Review 2013.pdf

  21. BulletThe Endothelial Glycocalyx Review 2016.pdf

  22. BulletTHE ENDOTHELIUM IN SEPSIS Review.pdf

  23. BulletThe endothelium physiological functions and role in microcirculatory failure during severe sepsis.pdf

  24. BulletThe glycocalyx a novel diagnostic and therapeutic target in sepsis Review 2019.pdf

  25. BulletThe Glycocalyx and trauma review 2016.pdf

  26. BulletThe impact of the glycocalyx on microcirculatory oxygen distribution in critical illness.pdf

  27. BulletThe role of mitochondrial dysfunction in sepsis-induced multi-organ failure Review 2014.pdf

  28. BulletTHE SEPTIC HEART Current Understanding of Molecular Mechanisms and Clinical Implications (glycocalyx).pdf

  29. BulletTissue oxygen tension monitoring of organ perfusion Review 2015.pdf

  30. BulletUnintended Consequences Fluid Resuscitation Worsens Shock in an Ovine Model of Endotoxemia.pdf

  31. BulletVasoactive agents in the resuscitation of microvascular perfusion and tissue oxygenation.pdf


  33. BulletWhat is microcirculatory shock Review 2015.pdf

  1. BulletAge of RBCs and intestinal microcirculation.pdf

  2. BulletAlterations of conjunctival glycocalyx and microcirculation in non-septic critically ill patients.pdf

  3. BulletAlterations of mitochondrial function in sepsis.pdf

  4. BulletAssociation between biomarkers of endothelial injury and hypocoagulability in patients with severe sepsis.pdf

  5. BulletAssociation between mitochondrial dysfunction and severity and outcome of septic shock.pdf

  6. BulletAssociation of Microcirculation, Macrocirculation, and Severity of Illness in Septic Shock.pdf

  7. BulletBlood transfusions recruit the microcirculation.pdf

  8. BulletBoth passive leg raising and intravascular volume expansion improve sublingual microcirculatory perfusion in severe sepsis and septic shock.pdf

  9. BulletCan  the venous tone be monitored at the bedside Review 2015.pdf

  10. BulletClassifying microcirculatory abnormalities in sepsis.pdf

  11. BulletClinical assessment of peripheral circulation Review 2015.pdf

  12. BulletClinical manifestations of micro circulation.pdf

  13. BulletContext sensitive fluid effects.pdf

  14. BulletCytopathic hypoxia.pdf

  15. BulletDegradation of the endothelial glycocalyx in clinical settings.pdf

  16. BulletDengue Virus NS1 Disrupts the Endothelial Glycocalyx.PDF

  17. BulletDissociation between sublingual and gut microcirculation in the response to a fluid challenge in postoperative patients with abdominal sepsis.pdf

  18. BulletEarly norepinephrine resuscitation of life threatening hypotensive septic shock at what cost.pdf

  19. BulletEffect of RBC Transfusion on Sublingual Microcirculation in Hemorrhagic Shock Patients.pdf

  20. BulletEffect of unfractionated heparin on endothelial glycocalyx in a septic shock model.pdf

  21. BulletEffects of dobutamine on microcirculatory alterations in patients with septic shock.pdf

  22. BulletEffects of nitroglycerin on sublingual microcirculatory blood flow.pdf

  23. BulletEndothelial dysfunction after non-cardiac surgery a systematic review.pdf

  24. BulletEndothelial Glycocalyx and the Revised Starling Principle.pdf

  25. BulletEndothelial glycocalyx degradation is more severe in patients with non-pulmonary sepsis compared to pulmonary sepsis.pdf

  26. BulletEndothelial glycocalyx dysfunction in disease Review.pdf

  27. BulletEndothelial glycocalyx in health and kidney disease Review 2017.pdf.pdf

  28. BulletEvaluation of the microcirculation in sepsis.pdf

  29. BulletFluid therapy and the hypovolemic microcirculation.pdf

  30. BulletGlycocalyx and its involvement in clinical pathophysiologies Review 2016.pdf

  1. BulletA controlled clinical trial of dichloroacetate for treatment of lactic acidosis in adults.pdf

  2. BulletA Physiologic Approach to Hemodynamic Monitoring and Optimizing Oxygen Delivery in Shock Resuscitation Review 2020.pdf

  3. BulletA rational approach to fluid therapy in sepsis Review 2015.pdf

  4. BulletA systematic review and meta-analysis of early goal-directed therapy for septic shock.pdf

  5. BulletAdvanced Hemodynamic Management in Patients with Septic Shock.pdf

  6. BulletAlterations in Skin Blood Flow at the Fingertip Are Related to Mortality in Patients With Circulatory Shock 2020.pdf

  7. BulletAngiotensin II for the Treatment of COVID-19–Related Vasodilatory Shock.pdf

  8. BulletAngiotensin II for the Treatment of Vasodilatory Shock.pdf

  9. BulletAssessment of adequacy of volume resuscitation 2016.pdf

  10. BulletAssessment of adequacy of volume resuscitation.pdf

  11. BulletAssociation of Vasopressin Plus Catecholamine Vasopressors vs Catecholamines Alone With Atrial Fibrillation in Patients With Distributive Shock.pdf

  12. BulletB-type natriuretic peptide and echocardiographic indices of left ventricular filling in critically ill patients with severe sepsis letter.pdf

  13. BulletBeta-blockers in sepsis time to reconsider current constraints?.pdf

  14. BulletBeta-blockers in septic shock to optimize hemodynamics?.pdf

  15. BulletBroad spectrum vasopressors a new approach to the initial management of septic shock?.pdf

  16. BulletCapillary refill time exploration during septic shock.pdf

  17. BulletCapillary Refill Time review.pdf

  18. BulletCardiac dysfunction in sepsis.pdf

  19. BulletCardiac Troponins in Sepsis An Indication for Echocardiography.pdf

  20. BulletCardiopulmonary care.pdf

  21. BulletCatecholamine-sparing strategies in septic shock 2019.pdf

  22. BulletCatecholamines for inflammatory shock a Jekyll-and-Hyde conundrum Review 2017.pdf

  23. BulletChallenges in the management of septic shock Review 2019.pdf

  24. BulletCatecholamines for shock Edit.pdf

  25. BulletCirculatory Shock review 2013.pdf

  26. BulletComparable increase of B-type natriuretic peptide and amino- terminal proB-type natriuretic peptide levels in patients with severe sepsis, septic shock, and acute heart failure.pdf

  27. BulletComparison of norepinephrine-dobutamine to epinephrine for hemodynamics, lactate metabolism, and organ function variables in cardiogenic shock.pdf

  28. BulletComplication of vasopressor infusion through peripheral venous catheter.pdf

  29. BulletComponent reductions in oxygen delivery generate variable haemodynamic and stress hormone responses.pdf

  30. BulletConservative fluid management or deresuscitation following the resuscitation phase.pdf

  31. BulletConservative fluid therapy in septic shock edit.pdf

  32. BulletContext-sensitive fluid therapy in critical illness Review 2016.pdf

  33. BulletContinuation of Newly Initiated Midodrine Therapy After Intensive Care and Hospital Discharge.pdf

  34. BulletCumulative Fluid Balance and Mortality in Septic Patients With or Without Acute Kidney Injury and Chronic Kidney Disease.pdf

  35. BulletCumulative fluid balance predicts mortality and increases time on mechanical ventilation in ARDS patients.pdf

  36. BulletCurrent management of Gram-negative septic shock Review 2018.pdf

  37. BulletCurrent use of vasopressors in septic shock Review 2019.pdf

  38. BulletDecatecholaminisation during sepsis.pdf

  39. BulletDeresuscitation of Patients With Iatrogenic Fluid Overload Is Associated With Reduced Mortality in Critical Illness.pdf

  40. BulletDetection of Myocardial Dysfunction in Septic Shock A Speckle-Tracking Echocardiography Study.pdf

  41. BulletDeterminants of systemic venous return and the impact of positive pressure ventilation Review 2018.pdf

  42. BulletDiastolic dysfunction and mortality in severe sepsis and septic shock.pdf

  43. BulletDiastolic dysfunction and sepsis Review 2017.pdf

  44. BulletDoes this patient have septic shock?.pdf

  45. BulletDopexamine and periop mortality.pdf

  46. BulletDopexamine Has No Additional Benefit in High-Risk Patients copy.pdf

  47. BulletEarly administration of noradrenaline improves cardiac preload and cardiac output.pdf

  48. BulletEarly goal directed therapy in the treatment of septic shock Rivers study.pdf

  49. BulletEarly goal-directed therapy 2016.pdf

  50. BulletEarly goal-directed therapy from discovery through enthusiasm to equipoise.pdf

  51. BulletEarly goal-directed therapy in severe sepsis and septic shock Review 2016.pdf

  52. BulletEarly goal-directed therapy.pdf

  53. BulletEarly Liberal Fluid Therapy for Sepsis Patients Is Not Harmful 2016.pdf

  54. BulletEarly Liberal Fluid Therapy for Sepsis Patients Pro Con.pdf

  55. BulletEarly Low-Dose Norepinephrine in Septic Shock.pdf

  56. BulletEarly norepinephrine use in septic shock Review 2020.pdf

  57. BulletEarly therapeutic plasma exchange in septic shock.pdf

  58. BulletEarly versus delayed administration of norepinephrine in patients with septic shock.pdf

  1. BulletEarly, Goal-Directed Therapy for Septic Shock — A Patient-Level Meta-Analysis 2017.pdf

  2. BulletEffect of a Resuscitation Strategy Targeting Peripheral Perfusion Status vs Serum Lactate Levels on 28-Day Mortality Among Patients With Septic Shock (ANDROMEDA Shock Trial).pdf

  3. BulletEffect of an Early Resuscitation Protocol on In-hospital Mortality Among Adults With Sepsis and Hypotension.pdf

  4. BulletEffect of Early Vasopressin vs Norepinephrine on Kidney Failure in Patients With Septic Shock VANISH.pdf

  5. BulletEffect of Heart Rate Control With Esmolol on Hemodynamic and Clinical Outcomes in Patients With Septic Shock.pdf

  6. BulletEffects of very early start of norepinephrine in patients with septic shock 2020.pdf

  7. BulletElevated central venous pressure is associated with increased mortality and acute kidney injury in critically ill patients 2020.pdf

  8. BulletEndpoints in resuscitation.pdf


  10. BulletEstimating mean circulatory filling pressure in clinical practice Review 2018.pdf

  11. BulletFluid administration in severe sepsis and septic shock, patterns and outcomes Marik 2018.pdf

  12. BulletFluid Response Evaluation in Sepsis Hypotension and Shock.pdf

  13. BulletFluid resuscitation and vasopressor therapy research priorities in adult patients Review 2021.pdf

  14. BulletFluid Resuscitation in Acute Illness (FEAST).pdf

  15. BulletFluid resuscitation in human sepsis.pdf

  16. BulletFourth Surviving Sepsis Campaign’s hemodynamic recommendations a step forward or a return to chaos.pdf

  17. BulletGoal-Directed Resuscitation for Patients with Early Septic Shock.pdf

  18. BulletHaemodynamic Balance in Acute and Advanced Heart Failure Role of Levosimendan 2019.pdf

  19. BulletHeart rate reduction with esmolol is associated with improved arterial elastance in patients with septic shock.pdf

  20. BulletHemodynamic Instability in Sepsis.pdf

  21. BulletHemodynamic consequences of severe lactic acidosis.pdf

  22. BulletHemorrhagic Shock 2018.pdf

  23. BulletHemorrhagic shock review.pdf

  24. BulletHypoxia-related parameters during septic shock resuscitation 2020.pdf

  25. BulletICON Higher Fluid Balance Increases the Risk of Death From Sepsis .pdf

  26. BulletICU 06 Cardiac Mech support.pdf

  27. BulletIncreased Fluid Administration in the First Three Hours of Sepsis Resuscitation Is Associated With Reduced Mortality.pdf

  28. BulletIndividualized Early Goal-Directed Therapy in Systemic Inflammation Is Full Utilization of Preload Reserve the Optimal Strategy.pdf

  29. BulletInfluence of vasoactive and other therapies on intestinal and hepatic circulation in septic shock.pdf

  30. BulletInfusion of methylene blue in human septic shock.pdf

  31. BulletInotropes Review.pdf

  32. BulletInotropic agents and vasodilator strategies for the treatment of cardiogenic shock or low cardiac output syndrome Cochrane Review 2018.pdf

  33. BulletInteraction Between Fluids and Vasoactive Agents on Mortality in Septic Shock.pdf

  34. BulletIntravenous fluid therapy in critically ill adults Review 2018.pdf

  35. BulletIs It Time to Beta Block the Septic Patient Review 2015.pdf

  36. BulletIs there a place for epinephrine in septic shock?.pdf

  37. BulletLeft ventricular diastolic function in the critically ill patient.pdf

  38. BulletLevosimendan beyond inotropy and acute heart failure.pdf

  39. BulletLevosimendan Edit.pdf

  40. BulletLevosimendan for Hemodynamic Support after Cardiac Surgery.pdf

  41. BulletLevosimendan beyond inotropy and acute heart failure.pdf

  42. BulletLevosimendan for the Prevention of Acute Organ Dysfunction in Sepsis.pdf

  43. BulletLiberal or restricted fluid resuscitation in critical illness edit.pdf

  44. BulletLiberal versus restrictive fluid therapy in critically ill patients 2019.pdf

  45. BulletManagement of Myocardial Dysfunction in Severe Sepsis.pdf

  46. BulletManagement of Refractory Vasodilatory Shock Review 2018.pdf

  47. BulletManagement of septic shock analysis.pdf

  48. BulletMAP of 65 target of the past.pdf

  49. BulletMethylene blue revised.pdf

  50. BulletMyocardial dysfunction in sepsis.pdf

  51. BulletMyocardial dysfunction in severe sepsis and septic shock no correlation with inflammatory cytokines.pdf

  52. BulletMyocardial Dysfunction in Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock.pdf

  53. BulletNitroglycerin reverts clinical manifestations of poor peripheral perfusion in patients with circulatory shock.pdf

  54. BulletNoradrenaline plus Dobutamine vs Adrenaline.pdf

  55. BulletNorepinephrine improves cardiac function during septic shock, but why? Review 2018.pdf

  56. BulletNorepinephrine in Septic Shock A Mixed Blessing 2020.pdf

  57. BulletNorepinephrine in septic shock when and how much?.pdf

  58. BulletNorepinephrine in septic shock.pdf

  59. BulletNorepinephrine, more than a vasopressor Review 2019.pdf

  60. BulletOral water ingestion in the treatment of shock patients.pdf

  61. BulletOutcome of patients with septic shock and high-dose vasopressor therapy.pdf

  62. BulletOxygen delivery Review.pdf

  1. BulletPathophy of Vasodil Shock.pdf

  2. BulletPathophysiology of cardiovascular dysfunction in sepsis review 2015.pdf

  3. BulletPathophysiology, echocardiographic evaluation, biomarker findings, and prognostic implications of septic cardiomyopathy Review 2018.pdf

  4. BulletPatient-Centered Outcomes and Resuscitation Fluids 2018.pdf

  5. BulletPersonalizing blood pressure management in septic shock Review 2015.pdf

  6. BulletPharmacologic agents for acute hemodynamic instability Review 2015.pdf

  7. BulletPharmacological optimization of tissue perfusion.pdf

  8. BulletPooled analysis of higher versus lower blood pressure targets for vasopressor therapy septic and vasodilatory shock.pdf

  9. BulletPotentially inadvertent immunomodulation norepinephrine use in sepsis.pdf

  10. BulletPractice parameters for hemodynamic support of sepsis in adults patients.pdf

  11. BulletPrehospital intravenous access and fluid resuscitation in severe sepsis.pdf

  12. BulletPrinciples of fluid management and stewardship in septic shock Review 2018.pdf

  13. BulletPrognostic impact of left ventricular diastolic function in patients with septic shock.pdf

  14. BulletProtocol-Based Care for Early Septic Shock-PROCESS.pdf

  15. BulletProtocolized Sepsis Care Pro Con 2107.pdf

  16. BulletReconsidering Vasopressors for Cardiogenic Shock Review 2019.pdf

  17. BulletRefractory septic shock 2018.pdf

  18. BulletReversal of Vasodilatory Shock Review 2019.pdf

  19. BulletRisk of Major Complications After Perioperative Norepinephrine Infusion Through Peripheral Intravenous Lines.pdf

  20. BulletSafety of Peripheral Intravenous Administration of Vasoactive Medication.pdf

  21. BulletSafety of the Peripheral Administration of Vasopressor Agents.pdf

  22. BulletSelepressin, a novel selective vasopressin V1A agonist, is an effective substitute for norepinephrine.pdf

  23. BulletSepsis-induced myocardial dysfunction.pdf

  24. BulletSeptic Cardiomyopathy Review 2017.pdf

  25. BulletSeptic shock and the use of norepinephrine in an intermediate care unit.pdf

  26. BulletSmall volume resuscitation with 20% albumin in intensive care physiological effects.pdf

  27. BulletSOAP 2 Dopamine versus Noradrenaline in shock + EDIT.pdf

  28. BulletSOAP study+ Edit.pdf

  29. BulletStressed vs. unstressed volume and its relevance to critical care practitioners.pdf

  30. BulletSystematic assessment of fluid responsiveness during early septic shock resuscitation 2020.pdf

  31. BulletTargeting Oliguria Reversal in Goal-Directed Hemodynamic Management Does Not Reduce Renal Dysfunction in Perioperative and Critically Ill Patients.pdf

  32. BulletTerlipressin for noradrenaline resistant shock.pdf

  33. BulletTerlipressin or norepinephrine or both.pdf

  34. BulletThe importance of the peripheral circulation in critical illness.pdf

  35. BulletThe Lactate Myth and Other Fairytales Marik 2018.pdf

  36. BulletThe parasympathetic system a renewed role in goal-directed therapy.pdf

  37. BulletThe quest for the holy volume therapy.pdf

  38. BulletThe role of interventional radiology in the management of hemodynamically compromised patients.pdf

  39. BulletThe use of angiotensin II in distributive shock.pdf

  40. BulletThere is more to septic shock than arterial hypotension and elevated lactate levels.pdf

  41. BulletTiming of norepinephrine initiation in patients with septic shock.pdf

  42. BulletTiming of vasopressor initiation and mortality in septic shock.pdf

  43. BulletTo beta block or not to beta block.pdf

  44. BulletTrial of Early, Goal-Directed Resuscitation for Septic Shock.pdf

  45. BulletTiming of vasopressor initiation and mortality in septic shock.pdf

  46. BulletTroponin Elevation in Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock.pdf

  47. BulletUnderstanding the differences among inotropes.pdf

  48. BulletUse of Levosimendan in Intensive Care Unit Settings Review 2019.pdf

  49. BulletVascular hyporesponsiveness to vasopressors in septic shock- from bench to bedside.pdf

  50. BulletVasoActive Drugs IARS 2004.pdf

  51. BulletVasoactive drugs in circulatory shock review.pdf

  52. BulletVasoactive drugs in sepsis.pdf

  53. BulletVasoplegia treatments Review 2018.pdf

  54. BulletVasopressin and its analogues in shock states Review 2020.pdf

  55. BulletVasopressin and Terlipresin in Septic Shock.pdf

  56. BulletVasopressin as an Early Adjunct to Resuscitation in Hemorrhagic Shock.pdf

  57. BulletVasopressin receptors edit.pdf

  58. BulletVasopressin vs Noradr in septic shock.pdf

  59. BulletVasopressin, Norepinephrine, and Vasodilatory Shock after Cardiac Surgery.pdf

  60. BulletVasopressin’s vascular actions.pdf

  61. BulletVasopressor and inotropic support in septic shock Review.pdf

  62. BulletVasopressor Therapy in the Intensive Care Unit Review 2020.pdf

  63. BulletVasopressors in sepsis Portugese trial + Edit.pdf

  64. BulletWe should avoid the term “fluid overload”.pdf

  65. BulletWhat’s new in vasopressin.pdf

  66. BulletWill This Hemodynamically Unstable Patient Respond to a Bolus of Intravenous Fluids Review 2016.pdf

  1. Disorders of Circulatory Flow

  1. BulletA review of sepsis-induced cardiomyopathy.pdf

  2. BulletAcute heart failure and cardiogenic shock Review 2015.pdf

  3. BulletAcute Heart Failure Review.pdf

  4. BulletAcute Left Ventricular Dysfunction in the Critically Ill.pdf

  5. BulletAcute Management of Pulmonary Embolism -Review 2017.pdf

  6. BulletAcute Myocardial Infarction Review 2017.pdf

  7. BulletAcute Right Ventricular Dysfunction in Intensive Care Unit Review 2017.pdf

  8. BulletAcute Right Ventricular Dysfunction Review 2015.pdf

  9. BulletAcute Right ventricular failure review.pdf

  10. BulletAcute Right Ventricular Failure-Treatment.pdf

  11. BulletAtrial Fibrillation in Critical Illness.pdf

  12. BulletAtrial fibrillation in the intensive care setting review 2013.pdf

  13. BulletB type natriuretic peptides in evaluation of acute heart failure in ITU review.pdf

  14. BulletCardiac Biomarkers for Risk Stratification of Patients With Acute Pulmonary Embolism.pdf

  15. BulletCardiac biomarkers in the intensive care unit review 2012.pdf

  16. BulletCardiogenic shock and the ICU patient review 2013.pdf

  17. BulletConsideration for thrombolysis for significant pulmonary embolism in haemodynamically stable patients.pdf

  18. BulletConsiderations for initial therapy in the treatment of acute heart failure.pdf

  19. BulletCPAP in AHF.pdf

  20. BulletCritical care management of cerebral venous thrombosis Review 2016.pdf

  21. BulletCurrent real-life use of vasopressors and inotropes in cardiogenic shock.pdf

  22. BulletCurrent Status of Left Ventricular Assist Device Therapy.pdf

  23. BulletDeep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism Review 2016.pdf

  24. BulletDevelopments in the management and treatment of pulmonary embolism Review 2015.pdf

  25. BulletDiagnosis and management of pulmonary embolism review 2013.pdf

  26. BulletDiastolic dysfunction and mortality in septic patients Review 2015.pdf

  27. BulletDiastolic heart failure in anaesthesia and critical care Review.pdf

  28. BulletDiuretics in cardiorenal syndrome what’s new?.pdf

  29. BulletDoes Thrombolysis Have a Place in the Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation of Patients With Acute Pulmonary Embolism.pdf

  30. BulletEffect of Continuous Positive Airway Pressure on Intrathoracic and Left Ventricular Transmural Pressures.pdf

  31. BulletEffects of Continuous Positive Airway Pressure on Cardiac Sympathetic Tone in Congestive Heart Failure.pdf

  32. BulletEffects of Continuous Positive Airway Pressure on Myocardial Energetics.pdf

  33. BulletEvaluation and Management of Right-Sided Heart Failure Review 2018.pdf

  34. BulletEvidence for Overturning the Guidelines in Cardiogenic Shock.pdf

  35. BulletEvaluation of Patients With Suspected Acute Pulmonary embolism.pdf

  1. BulletEvolution of B-type natriuretic peptide in evaluation of intensive care unit shock.pdf

  2. BulletFibrinolysis for Patients with Intermediate Risk Pulmonary Embolism.pdf

  3. BulletHeart–kidney crosstalk and role of humoral signaling in critical illness review 2014.pdf

  4. BulletHow to assess the severity of heart failure? Review 2020.pdf

  5. BulletIABP history-evolution-pathophysiology- indications.pdf

  6. BulletImaging Tests in the Diagnosis of Pulmonary Embolism.pdf

  7. BulletImpact of sepsis on risk of postoperative arterial and venous thromboses.pdf

  8. BulletImprovement of left ventricular relaxation in fluid responsive patients.pdf

  9. BulletInitial therapy for acute heart failure.pdf

  10. BulletInotropes and vasopressors use in cardiogenic shock Review 2019.pdf

  11. BulletInotropes in Acute Heart Failure.pdf

  12. BulletInotropic agents in cardiogenic shock Review 2020.pdf

  13. BulletIntensive Care Unit Management of Patients with Severe Pulmonary Hypertension and Right Heart Failure Review.pdf

  14. BulletIntra-aortic balloon counterpulsation in acute myocardial infarction complicated by cardiogenic shock.pdf

  15. BulletIntra-aortic balloon counterpulsation in acute myocardial infarction complicated by cardiogenic shock.pdf

  16. BulletIntraaortic Balloon Pump in Cardiogenic Shock Complicating Acute Myocardial Infarction.pdf

  17. BulletIntraaortic Balloon Support for Myocardial Infarction with Cardiogenic Shock.pdf

  18. BulletLeft Ventricular Apical Ballooning Due to Severe Physical Stress in Patients Admitted to the Medical ICU.pdf

  19. BulletLeft Ventricular Assist Device Management in the ICU review 2014.pdf

  20. BulletLoop diuretics in acute heart failure Review 2015.pdf

  21. BulletManagement dilemmas in acute pulmonary embolism.pdf

  22. BulletManagement of cardiogenic shock.pdf

  23. BulletManagement dilemmas in acute pulmonary embolism.pdf

  24. BulletManagement of adult patients with cardiogenic shock review 2015.pdf

  25. BulletManagement of massive pulmonary embolism review.pdf

  26. BulletMechanical circulatory support for cardiogenic shock complicating acute myocardial infarction-Clinical review.pdf

  27. BulletMechanical Circulatory Support in Heart Failure.pdf

  28. BulletModerate Pulmonary Embolism Treated With Thrombolysis (from the “MOPETT” Trial).pdf

  29. BulletMyocardial infarction in intensive care units Review 2016.pdf

  30. BulletNonleg Venous Thrombosis in Critically Ill Adults.pdf

  31. BulletOptimal timing of an invasive strategy in patients with non-ST-elevation acute coronary syndrome.pdf

  32. BulletOptimizing Atrial Fibrillation Management From ICU and Beyond.pdf

  33. BulletOptions for temporary mechanical circulatory support Review 2016.pdf

  34. BulletPractical approach to diastolic dysfunction Review 2018.pdf

  35. BulletProcalcitonin testing for diagnosis and short-term prognosis in bacterial infection complicated by congestive heart failure.pdf

  1. BulletPul Embolism 08.pdf

  2. BulletPulmonary embolism.pdf

  3. BulletPulmonary Embolism -Endovascular Treatment .pdf

  4. BulletPulmonary embolism and deep vein thrombosis Review 2012.pdf

  5. BulletPulmonary embolism critical care update 2018.pdf

  6. BulletPulmonary Embolism Diagnosed by Contrast-enhanced Virtopsy.pdf

  7. BulletPulmonary embolism European Guidelines 2014.pdf

  8. BulletPulmonary Embolism in the Critically Ill.pdf

  9. BulletPulmonary embolism initial evaluation.pdf

  10. BulletPulmonary Embolism Response to Fragmentation, Embolectomy, and Catheter Thrombolysis.pdf

  11. BulletPulmonary embolism review 2010.pdf

  12. BulletPulmonary embolism Review 2020.pdf

  13. BulletPulmonary embolism Review of a Pathophysiologic Approach to the Golden Hour.pdf

  14. BulletPulmonary embolism review.pdf

  15. BulletPulmonary Embolism Treatment.pdf

  16. BulletPulmonary Hypertension and Right Ventricular Failure in Emergency Medicine.pdf

  17. BulletPulmonary hypertension in ICU Review.pdf

  18. BulletPulmonary hypertension in the ICU.pdf

  19. BulletPulseless electrical activity in pulmonary embolism treated with thrombolysis.pdf

  20. BulletRefining Risk Stratification in Pulmonary Embolism.pdf

  21. BulletRevascularization strategies in cardiogenic shock after acute myocardial infarction.pdf

  22. BulletSildenafil in PE.pdf

  23. BulletSpeckle tracking echocardiography in patients with septic shock.pdf

  24. BulletStress-Induced Cardiomyopathy Review 2015.pdf

  25. BulletSubmassive Pulmonary Embolism Review 2018.pdf

  26. BulletTakotsubo cardiomyopathy associated with epinephrine use.pdf

  27. BulletTakotsubo Cardiomyopathy Occurring in the Intensive Care Unit.pdf

  28. BulletThe diagnostic challenge of myocardial infarction in critically ill patients.pdf

  29. BulletThe interpretation of brain natriuretic peptide in critical care patients.pdf

  30. BulletThe Management of Acute Decompensated Heart Failure.pdf

  31. BulletThrombolysis for Pulmonary Embolism.pdf

  32. BulletThrombolytic Therapy for Acute Pulmonary Embolism review.pdf

  33. BulletThrombolytic Therapy for Acute Pulmonary Embolism.pdf

  34. BulletThrombolytic Therapy for Pulmonary Embolism edit.pdf

  35. BulletThrombolytic therapy for submassive pulmonary embolus Pro Con.pdf

  36. BulletTroponin in critically ill patients review 2012.pdf

  37. BulletTroponin T algorithm.pdf

  38. BulletUtility of Cardiac Biomarkers in the Setting of Kidney Disease Review 2019.pdf

  39. BulletVenous thromboembolism in the ICU.pdf

  40. BulletVolume Overload in Heart Failure An Evidence-Based Review of Strategies for Treatment and Prevention Review 2015.pdf

  41. BulletWhat’s new in severe pulmonary embolism? 2018.pdf

  1. Critical Care Cardiology