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Journal Article > Study
Current teaching and evaluation methods in critical care medicine: has the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education affected how we practice and teach in the intensive care unit?
Chudgar SM, Cox CE, Que LG, Andolsek K, Knudsen NW, Clay AS. Crit Care Med. 2009;37:49-60.
According to this survey of critical care program directors, regulations limiting trainees' duty hours have not improved either patient care or the quality of education in critical care.
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Adverse events associated with sedatives, analgesics, and other drugs that provide patient comfort in the intensive care unit.
Riker RR, Fraser GL. Pharmacotherapy. 2005;25:8S-18S.
This review outlines risks associated with use of sedatives and analgesics in the intensive care unit. The authors provide insights to help clinicians identify and respond sooner to adverse events.
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Matthew B. Weinger, MD; George T. Blike, MD; September 2003
An infant acutely desaturates following an ED nurse's premature administration of a paralytic medication.