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My Canadian Pharmacy: Details about Respiratory Care in the Absence of a Respiratory Care Unit


During a 12-month period, a team of physicians provided respiratory care to seven separate intensive care units (ICU’s) involving 192 patients in respiratory failure. All patients received more than 12 hours of mechanical ventilation through an endotracheal tube or tracheostomy during some phase of their treatment period. Of 77 patients classified as having primary respiratory failure, 62 ( 80.5 percent)

Considerations about Respiratory Care in the Absence of a Respiratory Care Unit


The efficiency of respiratory care in a general hospital intensive care unit or within a hospital ward may be faulty. Effective training of house staff and paramedical personnel is difficult and the geographic separation of patients, the chronic shortage of nurses and inhalation therapists and the lack of (or poor) servicing of monitoring devices contribute to a relatively low grade

Outcomes about Respiratory Care in the Absence of a Respiratory Care Unit


Table 1 indicates that a total of 192 patients (118 men and 74 women) were treated during this one-year period. They were classified into two groups: primary respiratory failure and secondary respiratory failure. Primary respiratory failure is defined as “including those patients in failure on admission, either from a pulmonary lesion or from inadequate ventilation.” It is true primary respiratory

My Canadian Pharmacy: Investigation of Respiratory Care in the Absence of a Respiratory Care Unit


Respiratory failure is one of the most critical clinical entities which can be treated with intensive life support. Reasonable success in its treatment has been claimed by those clinicians in special respiratory intensive care areas. Notwithstanding, the majority of patients in respiratory failure within this country are presently treated outside of respiratory intensive care units (RICU’s). Because of limited bed

Observations about Blood Glucose Control in Critically III Adults and Children

  • 22/Mar/2016
  • Category: Blood

This survey addresses clinician’s perceptions of hyperglycemia, hypoglycemia, and blood glucose control with insulin, and is the first survey to report on the blood glucose practices of both pediatric and adult intensivists. To our knowledge, only one survey has been published regarding the practice pattern of intensivists with respect to blood glucose control; this survey involved Canadian intensivists working with

Outcomes about Blood Glucose Control in Critically III Adults and Children

  • 21/Mar/2016
  • Category: Blood

We generated and validated the questionnaire from May to August 2005. Fifty of the 52 institutions returned at least one questionnaire (96% response rate for all institutions). Seventeen of 19 sites (90%) and 33 site (100%) returned at least one questionnaire. The overall clinician response rate was 58% (163 of 282 physicians responded) [Appendix 1]. Description of Respondents Based on

My Canadian Pharmacy: A Survey on Stated Practice in Blood Glucose Control in Critically III Adults and Children

  • 20/Mar/2016
  • Category: Blood

The best blood glucose target and management strategy for critically ill patients are presently unclear. The evidence supporting the benefits of tight glucose control (80 to 110 mg/dL [4.4 to 6.1 mmol/L]) in critically ill patients is questioned by those concerned with hypoglycemic events associated with a lower glucose target. Furthermore, the applicability of the results of the study by