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 24, Number 1 - 2012

EDITORIAL

Prevention of delirium in critically ill patients: a new beginning?.

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SPECIAL ARTICLE

Physical therapy in critically ill adult patients: recommendations from the Brazilian Association of Intensive Care Medicine Department of Physical Therapy.

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE - BASIC RESEARCH

The effects of mechanical ventilation on oxidative stress.

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Inflammatory and oxidative cord blood parameters as predictors of neonatal sepsis severity.

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE - CLINICAL RESEARCH

Thrombocytopenia in sepsis: an important prognosis factor.

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Positive end-expiratory pressure increases strain in patients with ALI/ARDS.

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The incidence of delirium in patients pretreated with statins who remain in an intensive care unit after cardiac surgery.

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE - CLINICAL RESEARCH

Expiratory peak flow and respiratory system resistance in mechanically ventilated patients undergoing two different forms of manually assisted cough.

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE - CLINICAL RESEARCH

The effects of orthostatism in adult intensive care unit patients.

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE - CLINICAL RESEARCH

Effects of passive mobilization on acute hemodynamic responses in mechanically ventilated patients.

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE - CLINICAL RESEARCH

Late-onset sepsis in preterm children in a neonatal intensive care unit: a three-year analysis.

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REVIEW ARTICLE

Neurogenic pulmonary edema: a current literature review.

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REVIEW ARTICLE

Nutrition therapy in severe head trauma patients.

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CASE REPORTS

Multidisciplinary care in the intensive care unit for a patient with Prader-Willi syndrome: a dental approach.

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