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January-March 2017| Vol 1| Issue 1


Saudi critical care society. A decade; but it is just the beginning!

Introduction When I look back a decade at the Saudi Critical Care Society (SCCS), I see 10 years of great 1000 people who worked together to push the envelope to take critical care in ...

Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Postpyloric feeding in critically ill patients: Updated systematic review, meta-analysis and trial sequential analysis of randomized trials

Background: Current guidelines recommend early enteral nutrition in the critically ill. Nutritional deficiencies in this population may result in unfavorable outcomes. However, enteral nutritio...

Review Article

The experience of adult patients who have tracheostomy tubes in situ: A systematic review

Background: There is a wide range of conditions requiring a patient to have tracheostomy tube insertion. The use of tracheostomy tubes in hospitals has increased among patients with both stable...

Review Article

High-flow oxygen therapy in hypoxemic respiratory failure: Review

High-flow oxygen therapy is a novel technology in the treatment of hypoxemic respiratory failure (HRF). The effect in neonatal and pediatric population is well known, but its efficiency in the adult p...

Original Article

Noninvasive ventilation: Is a prehospital initiation an option?

Non-invasive ventilation (NIV) refers to the use of ventilator support by delivering a pressurized gas via external facial interfaces. NIV is commonly used by clinicians to avoid intubation and the ri...

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Saudi Critical Care Journal, a publication of Saudi Critical Care Society, is a peer-reviewed online journal with Quarterly print on demand compilation of issues published.

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