• Orlando Ruben Perez-Nieto

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    Department of Critical Care Hospital San Juan del Río —  San Juan del Río, Queretaro

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  •  Ernesto Arriaga-Morales, MD

    Administering Care to Critically Ill Patients with FAST HUGS IN BED PL

    • 10:44 AM, Nov 30

    In the ICU, providing better care with less is the holy grail. This mnemonic tries to resume a list of the key interventions for human, evidence-based and patient-centred care.     Background In 2005, Prof Jean-Louis Vincent introduced the mnemonic "FAST HUG," advocating for a comprehensive approach to patient care encompassing seven key components: Feeding, Analgesia, Sedation,

  •  Orlando Ruben Perez-Nieto

    Intravenous Fluids in Critically Ill Patients: When Less is Better

    • 09:48 AM, May 26

    While intravenous fluids have traditionally been a routine treatment for most critically ill patients, many severe pathologies now suggest a preference for conservative fluid therapy over liberal fluid administration.   Introduction Intravenous fluid resuscitation began in 1832 during the cholera pandemic, improving intravascular volume and electrolyte recovery in patients with severe...

  •  Pablo Galindo-Vallejo

    Kidney Replacement Therapy in the Intensive Care Unit

    • 04:55 PM, Apr 20

    Kidney Replacement Therapy is a commonly used therapeutic strategy in the intensive care unit for patients who develop Acute Kidney Injury or who already have a diagnosis of chronic kidney disease. ICU staff should know when to use it and which type is most suitable for the circumstances.   Epidemiology and Outcomes of AKI Acute kidney injury (AKI) is a common complication in critically...

  •  Christian Alberto Herrera Venegas

    Utility of Biomarkers in Obstetric Patients With Preeclampsia

    • 05:29 PM, Mar 13

    Preeclampsia is a complex syndrome whose complications bear an impact on perinatal morbidity and mortality. Angiogenic biomarkers may significantly impact both the decision to admit patients and risk stratification and may also help guide patient management and level of care. Preeclampsia is one of the main causes of maternal and foetal morbimortality, with a global incidence of 3-5%, and...

  •  Raymundo Flores Ramírez, MD

    Rapid Assessment of Fluid Responsiveness and Tolerance With Ultrasound

    • 03:42 PM, Dec 08

    Ultrasonographic assessment of the neck vessels in critically ill patients contributes to rapid and non-invasive management of fluids to evaluate responsiveness and tolerance and blood volume status.   Introduction There are multiple ways to evaluate the responsiveness and tolerance to IV fluids, as well as venous congestion, in critically ill patients. For these purposes, some...

  •  Gabriela Alejandra Bautista-Aguilar

    Multidrug-Resistant Gram-Negative Bacteria in the ICU

    • 10:50 AM, Oct 14

    Severe infections by antibiotic resistant gram-negative bacteria are frequent in ICU patients. They are associated with high morbidity and mortality. Introduction Bacterial infections in patients hospitalised in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) are frequent, and they elicit an increase in morbidity and mortality. The emerging development of antibiotic resistance in gram-negative bacteria...

  •  Jhordan Molina-Galeote

    Analgesia, Sedation and Neuromuscular Blockade in Critically Ill Patie

    • 02:00 PM, May 25

    A Practical Approach for Intensivists A practical approach to analgesia, sedation and neuromuscular blockade of critically ill patients and a discussion on potential benefits, adverse effects and current professional international recommendations. Introduction Patients hospitalised in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) are naturally prone to experience pain. They may require administration...

  •  Orlando Ruben Perez-Nieto

    Challenges in the Haemodynamic Management of Septic Shock

    • 04:00 PM, Mar 16

    An overview of the haemodynamic management of patients in septic shock and strategies for detection of haemodynamic changes and appropriate therapeutic action to improve the prognosis of these patients. Introduction Sepsis is one of the main causes of admission to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). It is defined as a life-threatening organ dysfunction, caused by dysregulated host response...

  •  Jorge Lopez-Fermin

    Doing More Can Be Worse: Ten Common Errors in the ICU

    • 09:00 AM, Feb 17

    Some of the most common interventions in the ICU can be associated with poor results. We present ten situations in which doing less is better for the critically ill patient. Introduction For decades, the focus of patient management in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) has been to perform a large number of interventions in critically ill patients, many of which are based on clinical judgment...

  •  Eder Ivan Zamarron-Lopez

    Management of Pulmonary Embolism in the Intensive Care Unit

    • 02:00 PM, Nov 23

    Pulmonary embolism is a reason for admission to the Intensive Care Unit and this complication in hospitalised patients is associated with high morbidity and mortality. The identification and management of pulmonary embolism is a challenge for doctors. Introduction Pulmonary Embolism (PE) is the third c ardiovascular cause of death since its clinical expressions in critical patients...

  • Dr María Guadalupe Olvera-Ramos

    Clostridioides difficile Infection: Complication of Intestinal Microbi

    • 01:00 PM, Sep 30

    Clostridioides difficile (C. difficile)   infection is a potentially serious complication in critical patients admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). It generally occurs because of an alteration of the intestinal microbiota due to antibiotic exposure that must be timely identified and diagnosed to start proper and early management. Clostridioides difficile (C. difficile)  i

  •  Orlando Ruben Perez-Nieto

    Practical Strategies in Mechanical Ventilation for Patients With COVID

    • 01:37 PM, Jun 24

    COVID-19 represents a challenge in respiratory therapy. Evidence-guided protective mechanical ventilation is essential to reduce mortality. “Only a set of well-directed strategies can combat a formidable enemy.” Introduction The SARS-CoV-2 virus responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic has a wide variety of clinical presentations. Age is the most important risk factor for critical illness...

  •  Robert Alexander Jones-Baro

    The Essentials for a Humanised Intensive Care Unit (H-ICU)

    • 03:31 PM, Apr 19

    This article highlights the key points that fall under the meaning of humanisation as part of the ICU Liberation bundle. Introduction How would a patient describe their stay inside an Intensive Care Unit (ICU)? Would it be cold, lonely, a place full of uncertainty? Painful, uncomfortable or scary? The length of stay (LOS) in the ICU may be the most traumatic experience a person can endure....

  •  Orlando Ruben Perez-Nieto

    Prone Position in Awake, Non-Intubated Patients with ARDS: From Physio

    • 08:21 PM, Feb 22

    Prone position (PP) in awake, non-intubated patients with respiratory failure is a physiology-based ventilatory strategy that improves oxygenation and may decrease the need for intubation and invasive mechanical ventilation (IMV). Introduction During the pandemic caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which produces coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), prone positioning (PP) has been...

  •  Miguel Angel Martínez-Camacho

    Post-Intensive Care Syndrome - A Necessary Harm in the Critically Ill?

    • 03:38 PM, Nov 24

    Critically ill patients can develop a series of complications due to ICU risk factors that may lead to permanent disability. The implementation of strategies to reduce its incidence is essential. N owadays, the possibilities of survival of critically ill patients have grown due to technological and medical advances. This leads to a series of consequences owing to the critical pathology...

  •  Orlando Ruben Perez-Nieto

    Challenges in the Management of Severe SARS-CoV2 Infection in Elderly

    • 02:04 PM, Sep 14

    Elderly patients have damaging and serious complications when they acquire SARS-CoV2 infection. It is thus important to consider this particular age group for better management of COVID-19. The gradual reversal of the population pyramid that has developed in recent decades has resulted in older adults being mostly affected in a pandemic situation. Senior people are the defenceless...


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