Methods ① 84 critical patients were divided into different groups(Group A,41 emergency patients with CPR;Group B,43 criticall patients without CPR) and 35 normal people(Group C) were selected for comparism.
Methods A total of 116 critically ill patients were involoed in this study,all critically ill patients were randomly divided into two groups:intensive insulin therapy group(IT),conventional treatment groups(CT).
Methods: (1)71 critical stressed patients were subdivided into different groups (Group A, 26 emergency patients undergoing CPR; Group B, 45 critically ill patients without CPR ) and 30 normal subject group (Group C) were selected for comparism.
Results Risk coefficient(Ki) was the sum of average Ridit value and occupyied-bed rate for critical patient. On the basis of RSR method Ki value was divided into four grades: the first is low risk; the second is general risk;
Clinical study on therapy of clearing hallow viscera in treating critical patients with gastro-enteric function disorder
Objective: To explore the clinical effect of therapy of clearing hallow viscera in treating critical patients with gastro-enteric function disorder (GEFD).Methods: Retrospective analysis was carried out on 96 critical patients.
05).Conclusion: Therapy of clearing hallow viscera has a good effect in treating critical patients with gastro-enteric function disorder, and could reduce the incidence and fatality of MODS.
Recently, trials in patients with decompensated heart failure have suggested that short-term intravenous treatment with levosimendan might improve the survival of these critical patients.
To evaluate the relationship between severity and nosocomial infection in critical patients, we have conducted a prospective study at the Intensive Care Unit of the University of Granada Hospital (Spain).
The duties of the Medical Unit administrator are described and schemes are suggested for further training of an anaesthetist or physician particularly interested in critical patient care.
Although IORT is effective for the local control of osteosarcoma in extremities, critical patient selection and improvements of treatment protocol are required in order to obtain a satisfactory outcome.
It is now a general understanding that the real enemy of the critical patient is time; thus, functional organisation and collocation of human and technological resources in the emergency department (ED) can help avoid the loss of human lives.
They possess properties that are not only well-suited to the needs of pharmaceutical applications, but that enable construction of drug delivery systems that address critical patient needs.
In the context of time-critical patient management it is, therefore, a more appropriate means of interaction.