In patients with sepsis and atrial fibrillation, how does treatment with phenylephrine vs norepinephrine affect heart rate?
Investigators assessed factors associated with 90- and 365-day mortality among veterans infected carbapenem-resistant Acinetobacter baumanii and carbapenem-resistant Pseudonomas aeruginosa.
Tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinases 2 (TIMP-2) and insulinlike growth factor binding protein 7 (IGFBP7) could be used for AKI staging.
Researchers assessed the influence of intrapartum antibiotic prophylaxis on the emergence of antimicrobial resistant Group B streptococcal isolates.
Researchers compared clinical characteristics and outcomes among patients hospitalized with sepsis who were positive vs negative for COVID-19 infection.
Researchers assessed clinical outcomes among critically ill children who received meropenem treatment via extended infusion vs intermittent bolus.
Should enteral or IV vitamin C become standard of care in the treatment of patients with sepsis?
Researchers assessed independent predictors of all-cause mortality within a 2-year period among adult patients admitted to an emergency department with suspected bacterial infections.
In the pediatric intensive care unit, multidisciplinary diagnostic stewardship interventions can reduce blood culture and antibiotic use.
Researchers assessed whether the increased risk for dementia observed among older adults diagnosed with bacterial pneumonia differs by causative pathogen.
Researchers assessed the efficacy and interaction between the 4 most common antibiotic combinations for Escherichia coli bloodstream infections.
Researchers conducted a study that assessed antimicrobial resistance associated with specific Escherichia coli isolates in patients infected with E coli bacteremia.
A recent clinical trial sought to confirm whether or not vitamin C monotherapy could reduce mortality in patients with septic shock.
Researchers conducted a study that assessed the rate of 90-day all-cause crude mortality vs attributable mortality among patients with candida bloodstream infections.
Investigators conducted a study to determine whether early antibiotic administration decreases the risk for progression to septic shock among patients with suspected sepsis.
Researchers conducted a meta-analysis to determine whether chlorhexidine cleansing effectively decreases the risk for healthcare-associated infections in neonates.
Infants born at all gestational ages with low-risk delivery characteristics have a low risk for EOS and may not require initiation of empiric antibiotic therapy.
Researchers conducted a study to determine whether the lactate dehydrogenase to albumin ratio is an independent prognostic factor predictive of in-hospital mortality in patients with lower respiratory tract infection.
Researchers conducted a study to compare outcomes among patients who underwent placement of either a midline or peripherally inserted central catheter due to either difficult vascular access or to receive antibiotic therapy.
Researchers conducted a study to assess the safety and efficacy of aminoglycosides or polymyxin monotherapy for the treatment of adults with complicated urinary tract infections caused by extensively drug-resistant