All Articles

Mini-Review 
Developing a culture of quality, safety, and trust through continuous performance improvement within a state trauma system
Theresa M. Snavely
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018,  
2:
105  
Brief Report 
An advanced practice registered nurse (APRN)-led initiative to improve post-splenectomy education and vaccine follow-up in adult trauma patients
Allison Andersen
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018,  
2:
104  
Review Article 
Multidrug resistant bacteria in critically ill patients: a step further antibiotic therapy
Martina Tosi, Erika Roat, Sara De Biasi, Elena Munari, Sophie Venturelli, Irene Coloretti, Emanuela Biagioni, Andrea Cossarizza, Massimo Girardis
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018,  
2:
103  
Review Article 
Nursing workload of trauma victims: an integrative literature review
Lilia de Souza Nogueira, Cristiane de Alencar Domingues
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018,  
2:
102  
Review Article 
Management of pneumonia in intensive care
Andrew Conway Morris
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018,  
2:
101  
Editorial 
Prognostic and therapeutic role of damps in critical care illness
Júlia Faura, Alejandro Bustamante, Joan Montaner
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018,  
2:
100  
Original Article 
An observational study of the effects of a clinical nurse specialist quality improvement project for clinical reminders for sepsis on patient outcomes and nurse actions
Dawn Marie Drahnak
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018,  
2:
99  
Editorial 
“Flying blind” or “in plain sight”?
Veit Sandfort
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018,  
2:
98  
Original Article 
Effect of obesity on propofol dosing requirements in mechanically ventilated patients in a medical intensive care unit
Audrey L. Johnson, Diana Altshuler, David R. Schwartz, John Papadopoulos
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018,  
2:
97  
Preface 
Caring for the critically ill patients: a multidisciplinary approach
Zhongheng Zhang
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018,  
2:
96  
Review Article 
Probiotics in the critical care unit: fad, fact, or fiction?
Heather A. Vitko, Jordan J. Troxell
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018,  
2:
95  
Case Report 
A case of persistent and recurrent ventricular fibrillation with successful resuscitation and good neurological outcome
Priyamali Jayasekera, Priyantha Kannangara, Ajantha Rajapaksha, Sumedha Malawisinghe, Ajith Senevirathna
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018,  
2:
94  
Editorial 
The impact of acute kidney injury on frailty status in critical illness survivors—is there enough evidence?
Victor Ortiz-Soriano, Javier A. Neyra
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018,  
2:
93  
Imaging in Emergency and Critical Care Medicine 
A severe case of acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) in a primigravida recently diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia (AML)
Sonia Joshi, Zachary Gandee, Rebecca Marlene Baron, Peter Chuanyi Hou
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018,  
2:
92  
Statistics Corner 
Validation of prognostic models: challenges and opportunities
Simone A. Dijkland, Isabel R. A. Retel Helmrich, Ewout W. Steyerberg
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018,  
2:
91  
Editorial 
What timepoint to consider to make an accurate prognosis after pediatric ARDS and ARDS onset?
Carmen Silvia Valente Barbas
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018,  
2:
90  
Editorial 
Getting hot under the collar: temperature and cerebral autoregulation
Joseph Donnelly, Marek Czosnyka
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018,  
2:
89  
Imaging in Emergency and Critical Care Medicine 
Non-O1/Non-O139 Vibrio cholera bacteremia in a patient with autoimmune liver disease
Yingjue Wei, Yuetian Yu, Haihui Yang
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018,  
2:
88  
Editorial 
Severe hepatic encephalopathy: an osmotic shift in management
G. Bryan Young
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018,  
2:
87  
Perspective 
A potential diagnostic protocol for critical illness-related corticosteroid insufficiency (CIRCI) in critically ill patients
Xiaofang Huang, Wenqing Hu, Xiaojun He, Gensheng Zhang
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018,  
2:
86  
Editorial 
Sepsis, the earlier the better, 3- to 1-hour bundle
Ciaran Farrell, Brian Casserly
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018,  
2:
85  
Editorial 
The organization of timely care in septic patients
Peter HJ van der Voort
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018,  
2:
84  
Case Report 
Euglycemic ketoacidosis in a postoperative deformity correction spine surgery patient: a case report
Danny Theodore, Brian Pongracz, Brian Titus
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018,  
2:
83  
Review Article 
Artificial intelligence in emergency medicine
Nan Liu, Zhongheng Zhang, Andrew Fu Wah Ho, Marcus Eng Hock Ong
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018,  
2:
82  
Editorial 
The rationale of flexible ICU visiting hours for delirium prevention
Cassiano Teixeira, Regis Goulart Rosa
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018,  
2:
81