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Burnout syndrome in the Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Unit

and intensive care physicians and associated factors. J Rom Anest Terap Int 2012; 19: 117-124 5. Blache J, Borza A, De Angelis K, Frankus E, Gabbianelli G, Korunka C, et al. Burnout Intervention Training for Managers and Team Leaders: A practice report. Wien: Die Berater; 2011 6. Schaufeli WB, Enzmann D. The Burnout Companion to Study and Practice: A Critical Analysis. London: Taylor & Francis; 1998 7. Stomff M. Sindromul Burnout sau Sindromul Arderii Emoţionale. Revista de Studii Psihologice Universitatea Hyperion 2016; 4: 32-45 8. Burisch M

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The effects of mechanical ventilation on the quality of sleep of hospitalised patients in the Intensive Care Unit

References 1. Figueroa-Ramos MI, Arroyo-Novoa CM, Lee KA, Padilla G, Puntillo KA. Sleep and delirium in ICU patients: a review of mechanisms and manifestations. Intensive Care Med 2009; 35: 781-795. doi: 10.1007/s00134-009-1397-4 2. Roche Campo F, Drouot X, Thille AW, Galia F, Cabello B, d’Ortho MP, et al. Poor sleep quality is associated with late noninvasive ventilation failure in patients with acute hypercapnic respiratory failure. Crit Care Med 2010; 38: 477-485. doi: 10.1097/CCM.0b013e3181bc8243 3. Desai

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Post-intensive care syndrome: An overview

Introduction The advancement in the critical care medicine and consequently, the improvement in survival after a critical illness have led the clinicians to discover the significant functional disabilities that many of these surviving patients suffer. This has led to further research which is focused on improving the long-term outcomes for the critical illness survivors and their functional recovery. Post-intensive care syndrome (PICS) describes the disability that remains in the surviving the critical illness. This comprises of impairment in cognition

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Incidence of pathogens infections in a Romanian Intensive Care Unit and sensitivity to antibiotics. A prospective single center study

aureus (MRSA) with ciprofloxacin. Am J Infect Control. 1989;17:117. 45. Chang Y-Y, Chuang Y-C, Siu LK, et al. Clinical features of patients with carbapenem nonsusceptible Klebsiella pneumoniae and Escherichia coli in intensive care units: a nationwide multicenter study in Taiwan. J Microbiol Immunol Infect. 2015;48:219-225. 46. Jana M, Misra AK. Synthesis of trisaccharide and a tetrasaccharide repeating unit corresponding to the O-antigen of Shiga toxin producing Escherichia coli O177. Tetrahedron. 2015;71:3960-3965. 47

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Electrodermal Activity Monitoring during Endotracheal Suction in Sedated Adult Intensive Care Unit Patients

Version 2 Chatswood, 2014 NSW, Australia ISBN 978-1-74187-952-0. 4. Sole ML, Bennett M, Ashworth S. Clinical indicators for endotracheal suctioning in adult patients receiving mechanical ventilation. Am J Crit Care 2015;24(4):318-25. 5. Beuret P, Roux C, Constan A, et al. Discrepancy between guidelines and practice of tracheal suctioning in mechanically ventilated patients: a French multicenter observational study. Intensive Care Med 2013;39(7):1335-6. 6. Sole ML, Bennett M. Comparison of airway management practices between registered nurses and

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Anemia in Intensive Care: A review of Current Concepts

Transfusions in Critically Ill Patients. Journal of blood transfusion. 2012;2012:629204. 5. McEvoy MT, Shander A. Anemia, bleeding, and blood transfusion in the intensive care unit: Causes, risks, costs, and new strategies. Am J Crit Care. 2013;22:eS1-13. 6. Chant C, Wilson G, Friedrich JO. Anemia, transfusion, and phlebotomy practices in critically ill patients with prolonged ICU length of stay: a cohort study. Crit Care. 2006;10:R140. 7. Harber CR, Sosnowski KJ, Hegde RM. Highly conservative phlebotomy in adult intensive care

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Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Residents’ Perception of Simulation Training in Four Romanian Centres

.: Simulation-based training is superior to problem-based learning for the acquisition of critical assessment and management skills. Crit Care Med. 2006;34:151-7. 6. Chang CH: Medical simulation is needed in anaesthesia training to achieve patient’s safety. Korean J Anesthesiol. 2013;64(3):204-11. 7. Beydon L, Dureuil B, Nathan N, Piriou V, Steib A, Collège français des anesthésistes réanimateurs (Cfar): High fidelity simulation in anaesthesia and intensive care: context and opinion of performing centres-a survey by the French College of Anesthesiologists and

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Use of Transcranial Doppler in Intensive Care Unit

;26;701-5. 15. Sahu S, Swain A. Optic nerve sheath diameter. A novel way to monitor the brain. J Neuroanaesthesiol Crit Care. 2017; 4, Suppl S1:13-8. 16. Rajajee V, Vanaman M, Fletcher JJ, Jacobs TL. Optic nerve ultrasound for the detection of raised intracranial pressure. Neurocrit Care. 2011;15:506-15. 17. Geeraerts T, Launey Y, Martin L, Pottecher J, Vigué B, Duranteau J, et al. Ultrasonography of the optic nerve sheath may be useful for detecting raised intracranial pressure after severe brain injury. Intensive Care Med. 2007

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Point-of-care Ultrasound in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine

.3.2066.164.kks1 4. Terkawi AS, Karakitsos D, Elbarbary M, Blaivas M, Durieux ME. Ultrasound for the anesthesiologists: present and future. ScientificWorldJournal 2013; 2013: 683-685. doi: 10.1155/2013/683685 5. Wilson S, Mackay A. Ultrasound in critical care. CEACCP 2012; 12: 190-194. doi: 10.1093/bjaceaccp/mks019 6. Diaz-Gomez JL, Via G, Ramakrishna H. Focused cardiac and lung ultrasonography: implications and applicability in the perioperative period. Rom J Anaesth Intensive Care 2016; 23: 41-54. doi: 10.21454/rjaic.7518

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Effects of parental involvement in infant care in neonatal intensive care units: a meta-analysis

1 Introduction With the advances in neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) medicine, more and more premature or sick infants are being successfully rescued. However, although equipment and technology in the NICU have improved dramatically in recent years, the patterns of care for NICU infants remain unchanged in China. 1 As a policy, parents are not allowed to enter the NICU wards during infant's stay, with all care of infants provided by medical specialists. This is different from the regular nursery that parents care neonates all the time from birth. In

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