Vol 2 (October 2018): Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine

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  
Editorial 
Damage-associated molecular patterns in critical illness and multi-organ failure
John Eppensteiner, Jaewoo Lee
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018;
2:
80  
Editorial 
Targeting light versus deep sedation for patients receiving mechanical ventilation
Christina Boncyk, Daniel A. Nahrwold, Christopher G. Hughes
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018;
2:
79  
Editorial 
Acute kidney injury in critical illness and long-term frailty: a new challenge for intensivists?
Matthieu Arnouat, Yoann Launey, Philippe Seguin
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018;
2:
78  
Editorial 
Blood purification in critically ill patients with sepsis and septic shock
Ching-Tang Chiu, Yu-Chang Yeh
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018;
2:
77  
Editorial 
Influence of body temperature in autoregulation measured by cerebral oximetry index need more research
Walter Videtta, Gustavo G. Domeniconi, Victoria Marquevich
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018;
2:
76  
Editorial 
Risk of post-traumatic stress disorder in family caregivers of neuroscience intensive care unit patients
JiYeon Choi, Judith A. Tate
Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
2018;
2:
75