Critical Care Science

Formerly Revista Brasileira de Terapia Intensiva

ISSN: 2965-2774

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Official Journal of the Associação de Medicina Intensiva Brasileira and the Sociedade Portuguesa de Cuidados Intensivos
Critical Care Science - ISSN: 2965-2774
Volume 18, Number 1 - 2006

EDITORIAL

Relative adrenal failure and the use of steroids in sepsis: are we closer to a consensus?.

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ARTIGO ORIGINAL DESTAQUE

An epidemiological study of sepsis in Intensive Care Units: Sepsis Brazil study.

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE

Severity of patients admitted to a Brazilian teaching hospital Intensive Care Unit.

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Metabolic acid-base status in critically ill patients: is standard base excess correlated with serum lactate level?.

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Occurrence of multi-resistant bacteria in the Intensive Care unit of a Brazilian hospital of emergencies.

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Utilization of a high frequency oral oscillatory device with mechanical ventilation.

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Ventilator-associated pneumonia in surgical Intensive Care Unit.

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Quality and humanization of the attendance in Intensive Care Medicine. What the parents think''s?.

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Characteristics of septic patients in an intensive care unit of a tertiary private hospital from Recife, northeast of Brazil.

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The severity assessment of critically ill preeclamptic women: a case-control study.

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BRAZILIAN CONSENSUS ON MONITORING AND HEMODYNAMIC SUPPORT

Part II: basic hemodynamic monitoring and the use of pulmonary artery catheter.

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BRAZILIAN CONSENSUS ON MONITORING AND HEMODYNAMIC SUPPORT

Brazilian consensus of monitoring and hemodynamic support - part III: alternative methods for cardiac output monitoring and volemia estimation.

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ARTIGO DE REVISÃO ESPECIAL

Adrenal insufficiency in sepsis.

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REVIEW ARTICLE

Iatrogenic in Intensive Care Medicine.

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CASE REPORTS

Poisoning syndrome due to 2,000 stings of africanized honeybees.

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CASE REPORTS

Perforation of esofagic mucosa for enteric tube: case report.

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