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New device removes medical alarm sounds to improve ICU patient recovery

New device removes medical alarm sounds to improve ICU patient recovery

The new war on sepsis

The new war on sepsis

Post-ICU glucose management in critically ill patients may have positive impact on outcomes

Post-ICU glucose management in critically ill patients may have positive impact on outcomes

U-M researchers aim to create new vehicle technology to predict adverse cardiac events

U-M researchers aim to create new vehicle technology to predict adverse cardiac events

Stago Group completes acquisition of HemoSonics

Stago Group completes acquisition of HemoSonics

Brain's immune cells may play roles in neurodegenerative, psychiatric illnesses

Brain's immune cells may play roles in neurodegenerative, psychiatric illnesses

BU professor receives Research Innovation and Translation Achievement Award from ATS

BU professor receives Research Innovation and Translation Achievement Award from ATS

Machine-learning algorithm may help identify hospitalized patients at risk for severe sepsis

Machine-learning algorithm may help identify hospitalized patients at risk for severe sepsis

Johns Hopkins researchers find ways to curb common and deadly hospital-acquired infections

Johns Hopkins researchers find ways to curb common and deadly hospital-acquired infections

Biomarker may predict death or poor pulmonary outcomes in extremely preterm infants

Biomarker may predict death or poor pulmonary outcomes in extremely preterm infants

Study shows population-based incidences, outcomes for refractory and super-refractory status epilepticus

Study shows population-based incidences, outcomes for refractory and super-refractory status epilepticus

Study finds high volume ICUs to have lower mortality rates from ARDS

Study finds high volume ICUs to have lower mortality rates from ARDS

Overcrowded emergency rooms may delay sepsis treatment, study reveals

Overcrowded emergency rooms may delay sepsis treatment, study reveals

Rapid treatment with protocols could benefit sepsis patients

Rapid treatment with protocols could benefit sepsis patients

Study: Angiotensin II can safely improve blood pressure among critically ill patients with hypotension

Study: Angiotensin II can safely improve blood pressure among critically ill patients with hypotension

Researchers develop safe and easy self-donning surgical gowns

Researchers develop safe and easy self-donning surgical gowns

Researchers develop new test that predicts need for massive blood transfusion in trauma patients

Researchers develop new test that predicts need for massive blood transfusion in trauma patients

Cancer screening for transplant patients do not meet existing guidelines, new study finds

Cancer screening for transplant patients do not meet existing guidelines, new study finds

Female physicians perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation less efficiently than male counterparts

Female physicians perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation less efficiently than male counterparts

Researchers use big data to assess impact of infected animal carriers in Ebola virus spread

Researchers use big data to assess impact of infected animal carriers in Ebola virus spread