Vol 1, No 8 (August 2017): Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine

Case Report 
A rare case of fulminant GBS mimicking brain death with clinical recovery
Tanmay Trivedi, Rajashekhar Reddi, Puneet Agarwal
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Original Article 
Before and after standardizing the controversial sepsis resuscitation bundle in a large hybrid academic center
Tanira B. D. Ferreira, Yvonne Diaz, Rana Beg, Andrew Wawrzyniak, Yoel Brito, Yaroslav Burik, Joseph Falise, Lilian M. Abbo, Doreen Ashley, David Lang, Eliana Mendes, Lori Lupe, Waleed Sneij
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Review Article 
A review of modeling methods for predicting in-hospital mortality of patients in intensive care unit
Junqing Xie, Binbin Su, Chunxiao Li, Ke Lin, Hongyan Li, Yonghua Hu, Guilan Kong
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Letter to the Editor 
Multiple factors related to better outcome in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest—is mediation analysis the solution?
Kristian Kragholm, Mikkel Porsborg Andersen, Christian Torp-Pedersen
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Original Article 
Evaluation of outcome and performance of an intensive care unit in Hong Kong by APACHE IV model: 2007–2014
Kam Wah Lam, Kang Yiu Lai
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Editorial 
Mandated emergency care for sepsis: faster might not always be (much) better
Kanwar Sudhir Lather, Win Sen Kuan
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Editorial 
Progression in optimal sepsis care: the sooner, the better?
Jae Chol Yoon, Won Young Kim
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