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Metabolic and Nutritional Characteristics of Long-Stay Critically Ill Patients
Viana MV, et al. J Clin Med 2019. Among authors: Eckert P. PMID 31284633 Free PMC article.
Non-survivors were older (p = 0.024), tended to have a higher SAPSII score (p = 0.072), with a significantly higher NRS score (p = 0.033). ...The proportion of days with fasting was 10.8%, being significantly higher in non-survivors (2 versus 3 days; p = 0.038). Higher protein delivery was associated with an increase in prealbumin over time (r(2) = 0.19, p = 0.027). ...
Non-survivors were older (p = 0.024), tended to have a higher SAPSII score (p = 0.072), with a significantly higher NRS score …
Quantitative pupillometry for the monitoring of intracranial hypertension in patients with severe traumatic brain injury
Jahns FP, et al. Crit Care 2019 - Clinical Trial. Among authors: Eckert P. PMID 31046817 Free PMC article.
ICPmax [T(0 h)] 30 ± 9 mmHg) were associated with a concomitant decrease of the NPi (baseline 4.2 ± 0.5 vs. 2.8 ± 1.6, p < 0.0001 ANOVA for repeated measures). Abnormal NPi values were more frequent in patients with ICHT-r (n = 17; 38 [3-96]% of monitored time vs. 1 [0-9]% in patients with ICHT-nr [n = 15] and 0.5 [0-10]% in those without ICHT [n = 22]; p = 0.007) and were associated with an unfavorable 6-month outcome (15 [1-80]% in GOS 1-3 vs. 0 [0-7]% in GOS 4-5 patients; p = 0.002). ...
ICPmax [T(0 h)] 30 ± 9 mmHg) were associated with a concomitant decrease of the NPi (baseline 4.2 ± 0.5 vs. 2.8 ± 1.6, p < 0.0001 …
Hypertonic Lactate to Improve Cerebral Perfusion and Glucose Availability After Acute Brain Injury
Carteron L, et al. Crit Care Med 2018. Among authors: Eckert P. PMID 29923931
Cerebral microdialysis glucose increased above normal range during hypertonic lactate (+42% [30-78%]; p < 0.05); reduced brain glucose availability correlated with a greater improvement of cerebral microdialysis glucose (Spearman r = -0.53; p = 0.009). No significant changes in cerebral perfusion pressure, mean arterial pressure, systemic carbon dioxide, and blood glucose were observed during hypertonic lactate (all p > 0.1). ...

Cerebral microdialysis glucose increased above normal range during hypertonic lactate (+42% [30-78%]; p < 0.05); reduced brain glu

Late Awakening in Survivors of Postanoxic Coma: Early Neurophysiologic Predictors and Association With ICU and Long-Term Neurologic Recovery
Rey A, et al. Crit Care Med 2019 - Clinical Trial. Among authors: Eckert P. PMID 30303838
When considering single neurophysiologic tests, late awakening was associated with a higher proportion of discontinuous electroencephalography (21% vs 6% of early awakeners), absent motor and brainstem responses (38% vs 11%; 23 vs 4%, respectively), and serum neuron specific enolase greater than 33 ng/mL (23% vs 8%; all p < 0.01): no patient had greater than 2 unfavorable tests. ...Late awakening was more frequent with midazolam (58% vs 45%) and was associated with higher rates of delirium (62% vs 39%) and unfavorable 3-months outcome (27% vs 12%; all p = 0.005). ...
When considering single neurophysiologic tests, late awakening was associated with a higher proportion of discontinuous electroencephalograp …
Early prediction of coma recovery after cardiac arrest with blinded pupillometry
Solari D, et al. Ann Neurol 2017. Among authors: Eckert P. PMID 28470675
RESULTS: Survivors (n = 50 patients; 32 CPC 1, 16 CPC 2, 2 CPC 3) had higher quantitative PLR (median = 20 [range = 13-41] vs 11 [0-55] %, p < 0.0001) and constriction velocity (1.46 [0.85-4.63] vs 0.94 [0.16-4.97] mm/s, p < 0.0001) than nonsurvivors. ...Reduced quantitative PLR correlated with higher serum neuron-specific enolase (Spearman r = -0.52, p < 0.0001). INTERPRETATION: Reduced quantitative PLR correlates with postanoxic brain injury and, when compared to standard multimodal assessment, is highly accurate in predicting long-term prognosis after CA. ...
RESULTS: Survivors (n = 50 patients; 32 CPC 1, 16 CPC 2, 2 CPC 3) had higher quantitative PLR (median = 20 [range = 13-41] vs 11 [0-55] %, …
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