Prone positioning can be safely performed in critically ill infants and children*
Comparison between clinical diagnoses and autopsy findings in a pediatric intensive care unit in São Paulo, Brazil*
Physician experience with family presence during cardiopulmonary resuscitation in children*
Total phenytoin concentrations do not accurately predict free phenytoin concentrations in critically ill children*
Continuing Medical Education Questions
Reliability of two-dimensional echocardiography in the assessment of clinically significant abnormal hemidiaphragm motion in pediatric cardiothoracic patients: Comparison with fluoroscopy*
Early experience with Levosimendan in children with ventricular dysfunction*
Near-infrared spectroscopy in the detection of regional tissue oxygenation during hypoxic events in preterm infants undergoing critical care
Continuous positive airway pressure with modified helmet for treatment of hypoxemic acute respiratory failure in infants and a preschool population: A feasibility study*
Epidemiology and early predictive factors of mortality and outcome in children with traumatic severe brain injury: Experience of a French pediatric trauma center*
Considering the use of induced hypothermia in a pediatric patient with traumatic brain injury: A critical appraisal of two meta-analyses
Heparin-induced thrombocytopenia in a pediatric patient receiving extracorporeal membrane oxygenation managed with argatroban‡
Meningococcal purpura fulminans treated with medicinal leeches
A child with anterior mediastinal mass supported with veno-arterial extracorporeal membrane oxygenation
Successful use of posaconazole in a pediatric case of fungal necrotizing fasciitis
A prone positioning protocol for safe patient care: The challenge is to use it*
Necropsy: The importance of being aware of discrepancies*
Family presence during cardiopulmonary resuscitation: Our anxiety versus their needs*
Interpretation of serum phenytoin concentrations: Who would have thought that preventing and treating seizures were this challenging?*
Diaphragmatic paralysis after cardiac surgery: How to look at it?*
Testing new drugs for heart failure in children
The fundamental role of interfaces in noninvasive positive pressure ventilation*
Caring for the child with severe traumatic brain injury: Old lessons learned and new concepts*
The authors reply: Food for thought
Early treatment of acute stress symptoms in pediatric burn patients with imipramine and fluoxetine
Early treatment of acute stress symptoms in pediatric burn patients with imipramine and fluoxetine
Systemic potassium transport in septic shock
Prone positioning can be safely performed in critically ill infants and children
Comparison between clinical diagnoses and autopsy findings in a pediatric intensive care unit in São Paulo, Brazil
Total phenytoin concentrations do not accurately predict free phenytoin concentrations in critically ill children
Physician experience with family presence during cardiopulmonary resuscitation in children
PRONE POSITIONING CAN BE SAFELY PERFORMED IN CRITICALLY ILL INFANTS AND CHILDREN
COMPARISON BETWEEN CLINICAL DIAGNOSES AND AUTOPSY FINDINGS IN A PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT IN SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL
TOTAL PHENYTOIN CONCENTRATIONS DO NOT ACCURATELY PREDICT FREE PHENYTOIN CONCENTRATIONS IN CRITICALLY ILL CHILDREN
PHYSICIAN EXPERIENCE WITH FAMILY PRESENCE DURING CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION IN CHILDREN
PRONE POSITIONING CAN BE SAFELY PERFORMED IN CRITICALLY ILL INFANTS AND CHILDREN
COMPARISON BETWEEN CLINICAL DIAGNOSES AND AUTOPSY FINDINGS IN A PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT IN SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL
TOTAL PHENYTOIN CONCENTRATIONS DO NOT ACCURATELY PREDICT FREE PHENYTOIN CONCENTRATIONS IN CRITICALLY ILL CHILDREN
PHYSICIAN EXPERIENCE WITH FAMILY PRESENCE DURING CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION IN CHILDREN
Prone Position can be Safely Performed in Critically lll Infants and Cjhildren
Comparison between clinical diagnosis and autopsy findings in a pediatric intensive care unit in São Paulo, Brazil
Total phenytoin concentrations do not accurately predict free phenytoin concentrations in critically ill children
Physician Experience with Family presence during Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in Children
PRONE POSITIONING CAN BE SAFELY PERFORMED IN CRITICALLY ILL INFANTS AND CHILDREN
COMPARISON BETWEEN CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS AND AUTOPSY FINDINGS IN A PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT IN SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL
TOTAL PHENYTOIN CONCENTRATIONS DO NOT ACCURATELY PREDICT FREE PHENYTOIN CONCENTRATIONS IN CRITICALLY ILL CHILDREN
PHYSICIAN EXPERIENCE WITH FAMILY PRESENCE DURING CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION IN CHILDREN
PRONE POSITIONING CAN BE SAFELY PERFORMED IN CRITICALLY ILL INFANTS AND CHILDREN
COMPARISON BETWEEN CLINICAL DIAGNOSES AND AUTOPSY FINDINGS IN A PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT IN SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL
TOTAL PHENYTOIN CONCENTRATIONS DO NOT ACCURATELY PREDICT FREE PHENYTOIN CONCENTRATIONS IN CRITICALLY ILL CHILDREN
PHYSICIAN EXPERIENCE WITH FAMILY PRESENCE DURING CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION IN CHILDREN
COMPARISON OF A VALIDATED SCORING SYSTEM TO THE BISPECTRAL INDEX IN CHILDREN WITH NORMAL AND ABNORMAL BASELINE MENTAL STATUS
THE DURATION AND EXTENT OF HYPERGLYCEMIA AND HYPOGLYCEMIA IN THE PICU IS ASSOCIATED WITH MORTALITY AND MORBIDITY
PROCALCITONIN, AN EARLY BEDSIDE MARKER FOR SEVERE PEDIATRIC BACTERIAL INFECTION
IMPACT OF A CLINICAL PROGRESSION MODEL ON RETENTION OF PEDIATRIC ICU REGISTERED NURSES
AEROSOLIZED PROSTACYCLIN (PGI2) VS. INHALED NITRIC OXIDE (INO) IN ADULT RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED PILOT TRIAL
CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW IN A RAT MODEL OF PEDIATRIC CARDIOPULMONARY ARREST
NEAR-MISS AND NO-HARM EVENTS IN THE PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT
EMPOWERING NURSES TO HELP ELIMINATE VERBAL ORDERS IN A PICU
IMPROVED ORGAN DONATION RATES THROUGH BEST PRACTICE IMPLEMENTATION
SEVERITY OF ILLNESS SCORES (SOI) ON SPECIFIC DISEASE GROUPS IN THE PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT (PICU)
IMPROVED SURVIVAL OF CHILDREN REQUIRING MECHANICAL VENTILATION AFTER BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATION
THE PREVALENCE OF HEPARIN DEPENDENT ANTIBODIES IN CHILDREN AFTER CARDIOPULMONARY BYPASS
OPTIMIZING MANAGEMENT OF MECHANICAL VENTILATION (MV) IN THE PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT (PICU): PHYSIOLOGICAL SIGNALING OF CHILDREN
SERUM CYTOKINE LEVELS DO NOT CORRELATE WITH CHANGES IN RESPIRATORY MECHANICS FOLLOWING CARDIOPULMONARY BYPASS IN NEONATAL CARDIAC SURGERY
HYPERGLYCEMIA AND HYPOGLYCEMIA IN THE PICU: THE DISTRIBUTION OF BLOOD GLUCOSE MEASUREMENTS IN A HETEROGENEOUS POPULATION OF CRITICALLY ILL CHILDREN
ADRENAL INSUFFICIENCY IN POSTOPERATIVE PEDIATRIC CARDIAC SURGERY PATIENTS
DECREASING MEDICATION ERRORS: PROTOCOLIZING VASOACTIVE INFUSION ADMINISTRATION IN A PEDIATRIC CARDIOTHORACIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT (CTICU)
DOSE-EFFECT OF METHYLPREDNISOLONE IN INFANTS UNDERGOING CARDIOPULMONARY BYPASS
EXTUBATING CHILDREN FROM MECHANICAL VENTILATION (MV) ON CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE (CPAP) MODE: THE PREDICTIVE VALUE OF RAPID SHALLOW BREATHING INDEX (RSBI) AND OTHER PHYSIOLOGICAL VARIABLES
ETIOLOGY AND SEVERITY OF METABOLIC ACIDOSIS AS PREDICTORS OF OUTCOME IN CRITICALLY ILL CHILDREN
PEDIATRIC CRITICAL CARE TELEMEDICINE CONSULTATIONS TO RURAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS
NEWBORN WITH RENAL ARTERY THROMBOSIS PRESENTING AS RESPIRATORY FAILURE
OUTCOME OF PEDIATRIC ONCOLOGY AND HEMATOPOETIC STEM CELL TRANSPLANT PATIENTS ADMITTED TO THE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT WITH RESPIRATORY FAILURE
ASSESSMENT OF MOCK CODE CURRICULUM TO TEACH PEDIATRIC NURSES RESUSCITATION SKILLS OF CRITICALLY ILL CHILDREN
HYPOCAPNEA IMMEDIATELY AFTER ROSC IS ASSOCIATED WITH GOOD NEUROLOGIC OUTCOME IN PEDIATRIC IN-HOSPITAL CARDIAC ARREST
VASOPRESSIN USE IN PEDIATRIC SHOCK
THE ANGIOTENSIN CONVERTING ENZYME D/D GENOTYPE IS ASSOCIATED WITH MECHANICAL VENTILATION IN WHITE CHILDREN WITH COMMUNITY ACQUIRED PNEUMONIA
PULMONARY VASODILATOR THERAPY (PVDT)-ASSOCIATED PULMONARY EDEMA (PE): PEDIATRIC CASE REPORT
CHARACTERISTICS AND OUTCOMES OF INTERHOSPITAL TRANSFERS FROM LEVEL II TO LEVEL I PICUS
3% HYPERTONIC SALINE MAY IMPROVE CONCUSSIVE SYMPTOMS
TYPE B LACTIC ACIDOSIS AFTER CARDIAC SURGERY IN A PEDIATRIC PATIENT ASSOCIATED WITH INSULIN-RESISTANT HYPERGLYCEMIA
PEDIATRIC INTERHOSPITAL TRANSPORT: DIAGNOSTIC CONCORDANCE AND HOSPITAL MORTALITY
HYPERGLYCEMIA AND OTHER PREDICTORS OF POOR OUTCOME IN PEDIATRIC TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY
PNEUMOCOCCAL-INDUCED MYOCARDIAL DYSFUNCTION: THE ROLE OF PLATELET ACTIVATING FACTOR RECEPTOR (PAFR) AND THE PHOSPHOLIPASE C (PLC) PATHWAY
IMPLEMENTATION OF A VALIDATED PEDIATRIC CRITICAL CARE DATABASE FOR QUALITY AND OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT
PUBLIC REPORTING OF OUTCOMES, MEDICAL MALPRACTICE TRENDS, AND PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE IN THE U.S.
VALIDATION OF THE PIM2 RISK OF MORTALITY TOOL IN THE UNITED STATES
USE OF A HIGH-FLOW OXYGEN SYSTEM (VAPOTHERM) IN THE PEDIATRIC ICU: ALTERNATIVE TO CPAP
CREATION OF A NOVEL STANDARDIZED TRANSFER PROCESS FROM THE PICU IMPROVES CAREGIVER COMPLIANCE AND COMMUNICATION
HYPOGLYCEMIA IN CRITICALLY ILL CHILDREN HAS INCREASED IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE PRACTICE OF GLYCEMIC CONTROL IN THE ICU
TEACHING PEDIATRIC RESIDENTS EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT VIA MEDICAL SIMULATION
EFFECT OF HIGH-FLOW HUMIDIFIED NASAL CANNULA ON LENGTH OF INTUBATION AND PREVENTION OF EXTUBATION FAILURE IN CHILDREN WITH CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE
IS ADMISSION SERUM ALBUMIN PREDICTIVE OF ADVERSE OUTCOME IN CRITICALLY ILL CHILDREN?
FAMILY PRESENCE DURING CARDIO-PULMONARY RESUSCITATION IN THE PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT
NEURON SPECIFIC ENOLASE PREDICTS NEUROLOGIC OUTCOME AFTER PEDIATRIC CARDIAC ARREST
LONG DURATION HEMOFILTRATION (LDH) IN THE PICU
ORGAN FAILURE AND OUTCOME OF PEDIATRIC CONTINUOUS VENOVENOUS HEMOFILTRATION (CVVH)
SAFE AND EFFECTIVE TREATMENT WITH PHENYTOIN REQUIRES MEASUREMENT OF FREE LEVELS IN THE PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT
CPCCRN CORE DATA PROJECT: DESCRIPTION OF A PICU POPULATION
FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH ELEVATION OF C-REACTIVE PROTEIN DURING THE POSTOPERATIVE PERIOD FOLLOWING CONGENITAL HEART SURGERY
NEAR INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY DETECTS HYPOXEMIA BEFORE PULSE OXIMETRY
CONTINUOUS GLUCOSE MONITORING IN PEDIATRIC SURGICAL PATIENTS ON EXTRACORPOREAL LIFE SUPPORT
BISPECTRAL INDEX MONITORING DOCUMENTS BURST SUPPRESSION DURING PENTOBARBITAL COMA
ULTRASOUND GUIDED CENTRAL VENOUS ACCESS IN CHILDREN
NEUROENDOCRINE RESPONSES IN SEPTIC PEDIATRIC PATIENTS
DEXMEDETOMIDINE FOR PEDIATRIC PROCEDURAL SEDATION—RESULTS FROM THE PEDIATRIC SEDATION RESEARCH CONSORTIUM (PSRC)
CYTOKINE/SOLUBLE FAS LIGAND RESPONSE IN CHILDREN WITH SEPTIC ACUTE RENAL FAILURE ON CVVH
PEDIATRIC SIMULATION AFFECTS SHORT AND LONG-TERM RETENTION OF PALS CONCEPTS
DEXMEDETOMIDINE FOR PROCEDURAL SEDATION IN CHILDREN WITH PERVASIVE DEVELOPMENTAL DELAY AND NEUROBEHAVIOR DISORDERS
USE OF EXTRACORPOREAL LIFE SUPPORT (ECLS) FOR NEAR FATAL STATUS ASTHMATICUS (SA)
WITHDRAWN
CHANGING EPIDEMIOLOGY OF LIFE-THREATENING UPPER AIRWAY INFECTIONS—THE RE-EMERGENCE OF BACTERIAL TRACHEITIS
OUTCOMES OF PATIENTS TRANSPORTED ON EXTRACORPOREAL MEMBRANE OXYGENATION
IS A RAPID RESPONSE TEAM (RRT) NECESSARY IN A CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL?
SUCCESSFUL USE OF VENOVENOUS ECMO FOR LONG TERM SUPPORT OF AN INFANT WITH PERTUSSIS
LONG DISTANCE TRANSPORT OF PEDIATRIC HEART PATIENTS DURING EXTRACORPOREAL LIFE SUPPORT (ECLS)
TYPE B LACTIC ACIDOSIS AND INSULIN RESISTANT HYPERGLYCEMIA FOLLOWING PEDIATRIC CARDIAC SURGERY
SPOTANEOUS GASTRIC PERFORATION AFTER A ROLLER COASTER RIDEA: A CASE REPORT
CHANGES IN SERUM GLUCOSE CONCENTRATIONS DURING TREATMENT OF DIABETIC KETOACIDOSIS: EFFECTS OF INSULIN DOSING REGIMENS
GROUP A STREPTOCOCCAL EPIGLOTTITIS PRESENTING AS UPPER AIRWAY OBSTRUCTION WITH MULTIPLE ORGAN DYSFUNCTION
NEPHROGENIC FIBROSING DERMOPATHY, CARDIAC CALCIFICATION AND PULMONARY HYPERTENSION IN ADOLESCENT ON CHRONIC HEMODIALYSIS
SEVERE HYPERNATREMIA FROM INFLICTED TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY (ITBI)
PULMONARY HYPERTENSION IN ADOLESCENT WITH SICKLE CELL DISEASE PRESENTING WITH HYPOXIA AND EXERCISE INTOLERENCE
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