Most Recent Articles by Anna Kitabjian
The SeptiCyteTM LAB may be an effective complementary diagnostic tool to clinical assessment of critically ill adult patients in discriminating between sepsis and noninfectious systemic inflammation syndrome.
Low-dose computed tomography may assist clinicians in modifying diagnosis of elderly patients who are admitted with suspected pneumonia.
A childhood measles infection may increase the risk for post-bronchodilator airflow obstruction in middle-age adults via its interaction with asthma and smoking.
Large cavitary lung disease may increase cough frequency that lasts for a longer duration in individuals with tuberculosis.
The risk for death in patients with community-acquired pneumonia who were given mechanical ventilation does not seem to be affected by the presence of acute respiratory distress syndrome.
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