Study Shows Critically Ill Children with AKI Requiring CKRT Benefiting from Selective Cytopheretic Device (SCD)
Study Shows Critically Ill Children with AKI Requiring CKRT Benefiting from Selective Cytopheretic Device (SCD)

There are no definitive therapies for critically ill children who develop acute kidney injury (AKI) requiring continuous kidney replacement therapy (CKRT). AKI independently multiplies short- and long-term mortality risk and approximately doubles...

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Learning from Clinicians with Intensive Care Patients
Learning from Clinicians with Intensive Care Patients

Critically ill patients experiencing a cytokine storm face a frightening and urgent threat. A dysregulated inflammatory response can cause multi-organ damage and in its most severe cases, death. Clinicians have long battled these consequences, but...

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Immunomodulation and inflammatory response syndrome
Immunomodulation and inflammatory response syndrome

The human body has the ability to heal itself. We see it every day. From a skin cut to mended bones to liver regeneration, the body can resolve insults on its own in many situations. But for many acute and chronic conditions, the body needs help....

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A New Course for Fighting Inflammation
A New Course for Fighting Inflammation

Hyperinflammation, or the cytokine storm, can be devastating to critically ill patients. Critical care professionals have long fought the effects of hyperinflammation in patients, and the COVID-19 pandemic has made knowledge of the cytokine storm...

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