Shock (Augusta, Ga.)

(ISSN: 1073-2322, 1540-0514)

Table of Contents

2016 -

  • Evolution of Blood Lactate and 90-Day Mortality in Septic Shock. A Post Hoc Analysis of the Finnaki Study. 
  • Sex Differences in Inflammatory Response and Acid-Base Balance in Prepubertal Children with Severe Sepsis. 
  • Modeling Acute ER Stress in vivo and in vitro. 
  • STING and TRIF Contribute to Mouse Sepsis, Depending on Severity of the Disease Model. 
  • TNFα Variation During the Menstrual Cycle and Thereafter: A New Explanation for Gender-Based Disparities in ICU Admission Rates, Trauma Outcomes and General Mortality. 
  • Clinical Significance of Tissue Factor and CD13 Double-Positive Microparticles in Sirs Patients with Trauma and Severe Sepsis. 
  • Does Hypomagnesemia Impact on the Outcome of Patients Admitted to the Intensive Care Unit? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. 
  • Soluble Epoxide Hydrolase Inhibitor Attenuates Lipopolysaccharide-Induced Acute Lung Injury and Improves Survival in Mice. 
  • Microrna Expression Profiling of Macrophage Line RAW264.7 Infected By Candida Albicans. 
  • Oxygen in the Heart: How Much is Too Much? 
  • Restorative Mechanisms Regulating Protein Balance in Skeletal Muscle During Recovery From Sepsis. 
  • Rapid Bolus Administration Does Not Increase the Extravasation Rate of Albumin: A Randomized Controlled Trial in the Endotoxemic Pig. 
  • Trauma-Induced Acute X Chromosome Skewing in White Blood Cells Represents an Immuno-Modulatory Mechanism Unique to Females and a Likely Contributor to Sex-Based Outcome Differences. 
  • The Predictive Ability of PV-ACO2 gap and PV-ACO2/CA-VO2 Ratio in Shock: A Prospective, Cohort Study. 
  • The New Sepsis Definitions: Implications for the Basic and Translational Research Communities. 
  • Infectious Complications and Immune/Inflammatory Response in Cardiogenic Shock Patients: A Prospective Observational Study. 
  • Prevention or Treatment of ARDS with Aspirin: A Review of Preclinical Models and Meta-Analysis of Clinical Studies. 
  • Burn Injury Alters Epidermal Cholinergic Mediators and Increases HMGB1 and Caspase 3 in Autologous Donor Skin and Burn Margin.