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Organ dysfunction, injury and failure in acute heart failure: from pathophysiology to diagnosis and management. A review on behalf of the Acute Heart Failure Committee of the Heart Failure Association (HFA) of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).
Harjola VP, et al. Eur J Heart Fail 2017 - Review. PMID 28560717 Free PMC article.
Organ injury and impairment are commonly observed in patients with acute heart failure (AHF), and congestion is an essential pathophysiological mechanism of impaired organ function. ...Improvement in organ function after decongestive therapies has been associated with a lower risk for post-discharge mortality. ...
Organ injury and impairment are commonly observed in patients with acute heart failure (AHF), and congestion is an essential p
From Multiple Organ Support Therapy to Extracorporeal Organ Support in Critically Ill Patients.
Ronco C, et al. Blood Purif 2019 - Review. PMID 31030203 Free article.
Critically ill patients developing severe forms multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS) may not be adequately supported by pharmacologic management. In these complex cases, a single form of extracorporeal organ support (ECOS) may be required, but multiple organ support therapy (MOST) is currently seen as a feasible approach. ...
Critically ill patients developing severe forms multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS) may not be adequately supported by …
Persistent Inflammation, Immunosuppression and Catabolism Syndrome
Mira JC, et al. Crit Care Clin 2017 - Review. PMID 28284293 Free PMC article.
Following advances in critical care, in-hospital multiple organ failure-related mortality is declining. Consequently, incidence of chronic critical illness is increasing. ...
Following advances in critical care, in-hospital multiple organ failure-related mortality is declining. Consequently, i …
Postinjury Inflammation and Organ Dysfunction.
Sauaia A, et al. Crit Care Clin 2017 - Review. PMID 27894496 Free PMC article.
The development of organ dysfunction (OD) is related to the intensity and balance between trauma-induced simultaneous, opposite inflammatory responses. ...Although the incidence of multiple organ failure has decreased over time, it remains morbid, lethal, and resource intensive. ...
The development of organ dysfunction (OD) is related to the intensity and balance between trauma-induced simultaneous, opposite infla …
Hyperglycemia Syndromes
Kreider KE, et al. Nurs Clin North Am 2018 - Review. PMID 30099998
Diabetes mellitus and its complications are among the leading causes of organ failure around the world. It is imperative that timely, patient-centered care is provided to avoid microvascular and macrovascular damage. ...
Diabetes mellitus and its complications are among the leading causes of organ failure around the world. It is imperative that …
Multiple organ failure: a common problem in surgical intensive care unit patients.
Livingston DH and Deitch EA. Ann Med 1995 - Review. PMID 7741992
The management of the surgical patient with multiple system organ failure remains a formidable problem. Despite advances in critical care, the mortality of multiple organ failure remains unchanged since the syndrome was characterized almost two decades ago. ...This review will examine the current theories in the pathogenesis of multiple organ failure and detail two clinical decisions, early stabilization of fractures and prompt re-exploration for suspected abdominal sepsis, that have been associated with a reduction in the frequency of the development of organ failure....
The management of the surgical patient with multiple system organ failure remains a formidable problem. Despite advance …
The Gut as the Motor of Multiple Organ Dysfunction in Critical Illness.
Klingensmith NJ and Coopersmith CM. Crit Care Clin 2016 - Review. PMID 27016162 Free PMC article.
All elements of the gut - the epithelium, the immune system, and the microbiome - are impacted by critical illness and can, in turn, propagate a pathologic host response leading to multiple organ dysfunction syndrome. ...Gut failure is common in critically ill patients; however, therapeutics targeting the gut have proven to be challenging to implement at the bedside. ...
All elements of the gut - the epithelium, the immune system, and the microbiome - are impacted by critical illness and can, in turn, propaga …
Multiple organ failure syndrome.
Cerra FB. Dis Mon 1992 - Review. PMID 1478149
The research indicates that the responses may contribute to the development of cell and organ injury and to progressive multiple organ failure syndrome and death, particularly in the case of the systemic inflammatory response. Current therapy is designed to rapidly remove the cause of injury, resuscitate the microcirculation, and institute nutrition therapy to prevent single and generalized nutrient deficiencies and promote repair and healing. ...
The research indicates that the responses may contribute to the development of cell and organ injury and to progressive multiple
Severe Acute Pancreatitis and Necrotizing Pancreatitis
Maheshwari R and Subramanian RM. Crit Care Clin 2016 - Review. PMID 27016168
The extent of necrosis correlates well with the incidence of infected necrosis, multiorgan failure, need for pancreatic debridement, and morbidity and mortality. ...
The extent of necrosis correlates well with the incidence of infected necrosis, multiorgan failure, need for pancreatic debridement, …
Immunoglobulin light chain amyloidosis: 2016 update on diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment
Gertz MA. Am J Hematol 2016 - Review. PMID 27527836 Free article.
Clinical features depend on organs involved but can include restrictive cardiomyopathy, nephrotic syndrome, hepatic failure, peripheral/autonomic neuropathy, and atypical multiple myeloma. ...THERAPY: All patients with a systemic amyloid syndrome require therapy to prevent deposition of amyloid in other organs and prevent progressive organ failure of involved sites. ...
Clinical features depend on organs involved but can include restrictive cardiomyopathy, nephrotic syndrome, hepatic failure, peripher …
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