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Articles from Southern African Journal of Critical Care (July 1, 2016)

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An observational study on the relationship between plasma vitamin C, blood glucose, oxidative stress, endothelial dysfunction and outcome in patients with septic shock. Katundu, K.G.H.; Hill, L.T.; Davids, L.M.; Joubert, I.A.; Miller, M.G.A.; Piercy, J.L.; Michell, W.L Report 4901
Incidence and risk factors for thrombocytopenia in the intensive care units of a tertiary hospital in northern India. Mehta, C.; George, J.V.; Mehta, Y.; Ali, M.T.; Singh, M.K. Clinical report 3675
Physiotherapy contributions to weaning and extubation of patients from mechanical ventilation. Morar, D.; van Aswegen, H. 4104
Physiotherapy in the intensive care unit: begin with the end in mind. Hanekom, S. Editorial 1382
Physiotherapy practice in south African intensive care units. Lottering, M.; van Aswegen, H. Report 4850
Post-tracheostomy tracheo-oesophageal fistula--an unusual presentation. Deepa, C.; Kamat, S.; Ravindran, V. Case study 1368
Reducing paediatric ventilator-associated pneumonia--a South African challenge! Kunzmann, H.; Dimitriades, K.; Morrow, B.; Argent, A. 3761

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