Toward a new paradigm in hospital-based pediatric education: The development of an onsite simulator program*
Cumulative fluid intake minus output is not associated with ventilator weaning duration or extubation outcomes in children*
Correlation of the Bispectral Index Monitor with the COMFORT scale in the pediatric intensive care unit*
Continuing Medical Education Questions
Hemodynamic effects of rescue protocol hydrocortisone in neonates with low cardiac output syndrome after cardiac surgery
Predictive factors for the success of noninvasive mask ventilation in infants and children with acute respiratory failure
Leadership and management training of pediatric intensivists: How do we gain our skills?
Evaluation of tissue saturation as a noninvasive measure of mixed venous saturation in children
Early treatment of acute stress disorder in children with major burn injury
Increased levels of tumor necrosis factor-α and decreased levels of interleukin-12p70 in tracheal aspirates, within 2 hrs after birth, are associated with mortality among ventilated preterm infants
Effect of low–bias flow oscillation with partial liquid ventilation on fluoroscopic image analysis, gas exchange, and lung injury
Recombinant human Clara cell secretory protein in acute lung injury of the rabbit: Effect of route of administration
Posttransfusion equilibration of hematocrit in hemodynamically stable neonates
Survival of candida sepsis in extracorporeal membrane oxygenation
The patient died, but we can try again: Simulation in pediatric critical care training*
Fluid Management During Respiratory Failure: “Whatever?”
Monitoring the depth of sedation in the pediatric ICU patient: Where are we, or more importantly, where are our patients?*
Towards a new Paradigm in Hospital-based Pediatric Education: The Development of an On-Site Simulator Program
Correlation of the Bispectral Index Monitor with the COMFORT Scale in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Cumulative Fluid Intake Minus Output is not Assoicated with Ventilator Weaning Duration or Extubation Outcomes in Children
POST TRANSFUSION OF EQUILIBRATION OF HEMATOCRIT IN HEMODYNAMICALLY STABLE NEONATES
Towards a new paradigm in Hospital-based Pediatric education: The development of an on-site simulator program
Cumulative fluid intake minus output is not assoicated with ventilator weaning duration or extubation outcomes in children
Correlation of the bispectral index monitor with the COMFORT scale in the pediatric intensive care unit
Post transfusion of equilibration of hematocrit in hemodynamically stable neonates
Towards a new paradigm in hospital-based pediatric education: The development of an On-Site simulator program
Cumulative fluid intake minus output is not assoicated with ventilator weaning duration or extubation outcomes in children
Correlation of the Bispectral Index Monitor with the COMFORT Scale in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Post transfusion of equilibration of hematocrit in hemodynamically stable neonates
Towards a new Paradigm in Hospital-based Pediatric Education: The Development of an On-Site Simulator Program
Cumulative Fluid Intake Minus Output is not Assoicated with Ventilator Weaning Duration or Extubation Outcomes in Children
Correlation of the Bispectral Index Monitor with the COMFORT Scale in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
IPOST TRANSFUSION OF EQUILIBRATION OF HEMATOCRIT IN HEMODYNAMICALLY STABLE NEONATES
Towards a New Paradigm in Hospital-based Pediatric Education: The Development of an On-Site Simulator Program
Cumulative Fluid Intake Minus Output is not Assoicated with Ventilator Weaning Duration or Extubation Outcomes in Children
Correlation of the Bispectral Index Monitor with the COMFORT Scale in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Post Transfusion of Equilibration of Hematocrit in Hemodynamically Stable Neonates
Towards a New Paradigm in Hospital-based Pediatric Education: The Development of an On-Site Simulator Program
Cumulative Fluid Intake Minus Output is not Assoicated with Ventilator Weaning Duration or Extubation Outcomes in Children
Correlation of the Bispectral Index Monitor with the COMFORT Scale in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Post Transfusion of Equilibration of Hematocrit in Hemodynamically Stable Neonates
Upcoming Critical Care Meetings
INDEX OF AUTHORS IN VOLUME 6
INDEX OF SUBJECTS IN VOLUME 6