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1968 68
1969 72
1970 56
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1974 60
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1990 41
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1993 70
1994 53
1995 137
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1997 220
1998 243
1999 284
2000 298
2001 287
2002 297
2003 321
2004 372
2005 305
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Pharmacotherapy update on the use of vasopressors and inotropes in the intensive care unit.
Jentzer JC, et al. J Cardiovasc Pharmacol Ther 2015 - Review. PMID 25432872
The clinical application of these therapies is discussed and recent studies describing their use and associated outcomes are also reported. Comprehension of hemodynamic principles and adrenergic and non-adrenergic receptor mechanisms are salient to the appropriate therapeutic utility of vasoactive medications for shock. ...
The clinical application of these therapies is discussed and recent studies describing their use and associated outcomes are also rep …
Vasopressors for hypotensive shock
Gamper G, et al. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2016 - Review. PMID 26878401 Free PMC article.
A systematic review of extravasation and local tissue injury from administration of vasopressors through peripheral intravenous catheters and central venous catheters
Loubani OM and Green RS. J Crit Care 2015 - Review. PMID 25669592
METHODS: A systematic search of Medline, Embase, and Cochrane databases was performed from inception through January 2014 for reports of adults who received vasopressor intravenously via peripheral IV or central venous catheter for a therapeutic purpose. ...
METHODS: A systematic search of Medline, Embase, and Cochrane databases was performed from inception through January 2014 for reports of adu …
Early vasopressor use following traumatic injury: a systematic review.
Hylands M, et al. BMJ Open 2017 - Review. PMID 29151048 Free PMC article.
OBJECTIVES: Current guidelines suggest limiting the use of vasopressors following traumatic injury; however, wide variations in practice exist. Although excessive vasoconstriction may be harmful, these agents may help reduce administration of potentially harmful resuscitation fluids. ...
OBJECTIVES: Current guidelines suggest limiting the use of vasopressors following traumatic injury; however, wide variations in pract …
Liberal Versus Restrictive Intravenous Fluid Therapy for Early Septic Shock: Rationale for a Randomized Trial
Self WH, et al. Ann Emerg Med 2018. PMID 29753517 Free PMC article.
Two competing strategies are emerging: a liberal fluids approach, consisting of a larger volume of initial fluid (50 to 75 mL/kg [4 to 6 L in an 80-kg adult] during the first 6 hours) and later use of vasopressors, versus a restrictive fluids approach, consisting of a smaller volume of initial fluid (≤30 mL/kg [≤2 to 3 L]), with earlier reliance on vasopressor infusions to maintain blood pressure and perfusion. ...Both strategies have some evidence to support their use but lack robust data to confirm the benefit of one strategy over the other, creating clinical and scientific equipoise. ...
Two competing strategies are emerging: a liberal fluids approach, consisting of a larger volume of initial fluid (50 to 75 mL/kg [4 to 6 L i …
Benefits, limits and danger of ephedrine and pseudoephedrine as nasal decongestants
Laccourreye O, et al. Eur Ann Otorhinolaryngol Head Neck Dis 2015 - Review. PMID 25532441 Free article.
Due to their vasoconstrictive action on the nasal mucosa, ephedrine and pseudoephedrine are highly efficient amines for relief of nasal congestion. As with any vasoconstrictor and as underscored by the French Society of Otorhinolaryngology in its 2011 guideline, these molecules should not be used in patients under the age of 15. ...
Due to their vasoconstrictive action on the nasal mucosa, ephedrine and pseudoephedrine are highly efficient amines for relief of nas …
Clinical assessment of the safe use local anaesthesia with vasoconstrictor agents in cardiovascular compromised patients: a systematic review.
Godzieba A, et al. Med Sci Monit 2014 - Review. PMID 24608362 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: The use of vasoconstrictor agents has many advantages, but its use has been limited due to a fear of systemic absorption and the induction of adverse effects in cardiac compromised patients. ...RESULTS: Among all complications, only 10 could be directly related to the use of local anaesthesia. It is noteworthy that 40% appeared after the administration of anaesthesia without vasoconstrictor agents. ...
BACKGROUND: The use of vasoconstrictor agents has many advantages, but its use has been limited due to a fear of …
Trends in Use of Midodrine in the ICU: A Single-Center Retrospective Case Series.
Rizvi MS, et al. Crit Care Med 2018. PMID 29613861
The use of midodrine as a vasopressor sparing agent has steadily increased in the ICU despite limited evidence for its safety in that setting. We describe the trends in use and reported side effects and complications of midodrine in multidisciplinary ICUs of a tertiary care institution. ...
The use of midodrine as a vasopressor sparing agent has steadily increased in the ICU despite limited evidence for its safety in that …
Safety Considerations and Guideline-Based Safe Use Recommendations for "Bolus-Dose" Vasopressors in the Emergency Department.
Holden D, et al. Ann Emerg Med 2018. PMID 28601272
The use of intermittently administered doses of vasopressors to correct hypotension in the emergency department (ED), commonly referred to as bolus-dose pressors, push-dose pressors, Neo-sticks, or phenyl sticks, has been widely advocated outside of the traditional printed medical literature. ...Use of bolus-dose vasopressors in the ED setting raises a number of patient safety concerns, and misuse and errors in the preparation and administration of bolus-dose vasopressors may result in patient harm. ...
The use of intermittently administered doses of vasopressors to correct hypotension in the emergency department (ED), commonly referr …
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