The Sepsis CMS Core Measure program, or SEP-1, has not been embraced by everyone.
This study outlines a simplified classification scheme for coagulopathy with implications that are potentially “profound.”
Antibiotic use is the most important modifiable factor related to development of antibiotic resistance.
An innovative measurement was successful in detecting sepsis.
Delays in lactate measurement meant delays in treatment.
About one in four intubated or mechanically ventilated patients with gram-negative pneumonia die during hospitalization, results from a large...
What roles, training, and support do hospitalists have and perceive in the intensive care unit?
MADRID – Two weeks of antibiotic treatment conferred no benefits over 7 days of treatment in patients with Gram-negative bacteremias.
For some community-acquired pneumonia patients, short-term antibiotic therapy is a viable alternative to traditional longer courses.
The findings of a new study of critically ill patients challenge current guidelines on the use of intensive insulin therapy.