Monthly Archives: September 2017

A negative view of culture-negative sepsis

I have now posted quite a few times about ways to reduce antibiotic use in the NICU, and in the term baby nursery. One thing that would help to reduce unnecessary usage is to abandon the idea that culture-negative sepsis … Continue reading

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Volume guarantee, does it guarantee volume?

I published an abstract somewhere, a while a go, that was called “Volume guarantee does not guarantee volume”. It was a summary of the results of a short-term cross-over trial which showed that tidal volumes stays quite variable when you … Continue reading

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