By S. Zeerleder, B. Zwart, W. A. Wuillemin, L. A. Aarden, A. B. J. Groeneveld, C. Caliez (auth.), Carl A. Burtis, Mathias M. Müller (eds.)
Advances in severe Care Testing includes scientific and laboratory reviews with regards to significantly ailing sufferers regarding new know-how, treatment, and alertness or interpretation of latest assessments. the subject material of the booklet is of curiosity to either clinicians and laboratory scientists with a variety of issues together with irritation, an infection, pressure, hypoxia, ischaemia, cardiology, haemodynamics, blood gases, electrolytes, hint parts, nephrology, gastroenterology, haematology and new applied sciences.
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Twenty-three patients grew pathogens on quantitative culturing of endobronchial secretions obtained by broncho-alveolar lavage or protected specimen brush. Thirteen pat ients had similar micro-organisms in bronchial aspirates and blood cultures. and in one patient pneumonia was confirmed at au topsy. b Per itonitis was diagnosed peroperatively in all pat ients, two of them havi ng also positive blood cultu res. c Blood cultures were positive in patients with cat heter- or urosepsis and meningitis.
All patients had indwelling radial (arterial line kit, Argon, Athens, TX,USA) and balloon-tipped pulmonary artery catheters (Edwards Swan-Ganz model 97-120-7F; Baxter Healthcare, Irvine, CA,USA) and, if required, were mechanically ventilated in volume- or pressure-controlled modes (Servo 900C ventilator; Siemens Elema, Solna, Sweden) under continuous analgesic sedation with midazolam and fentanyl. m 2, and dopamine and/or norepinephrine to maintain mean arterial pressure> 65 mmHg. Following collection of blood and various culture material for microbiological analysis, all patients were given empirical broad-spectrum antibiotherapy which was later adjusted to culture results.
Advances in Critical Care Testing: The 2002 IFCC-Roche Diagnostics Award by S. Zeerleder, B. Zwart, W. A. Wuillemin, L. A. Aarden, A. B. J. Groeneveld, C. Caliez (auth.), Carl A. Burtis, Mathias M. Müller (eds.)