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January-March 2019| Vol 3| Issue 1


Moving the critical care research agenda forward in Saudi Arabia

Great progress has been made in critical care medicine over the two decades, resulting in improved patient outcomes. A key factor behind this progress has been a wealth of critical care research tha...

Review Article

1999–2019: Twenty years of watershed moments for patient safety

The case for patient safety is obvious; no one would argue in favor of harming patients. Since the launch of the paper To Err is Human, patient safety has been on the forefront of public heal...

Review Article

Management of carbon monoxide poisoning-induced cardiac failure and multiorgan dysfunction with combined respiratory and circulatory extracorporeal membrane oxygenation

Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odorless, colorless, and nonirritant gas; it is the most common cause of poisoning and poisoning-related death. The main mechanism of CO toxicity is ischemic hypoxia secon...

Review Articles

Fluid administration strategies in traumatic brain injury

Fluid restriction strategies may reduce morbidity and mortality in critical care patients and are currently trending as preliminary data showed encouraging results. A positive fluid balance was rela...

Review Article

King Saud Medical City Intensive Care Unit: A critical and cost-focused appraisal

Intensive care unit (ICU) cost analysis has not been extensively addressed in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. We have implemented cost analysis (2015–2016) at the largest polyvalent ICU of the Ki...

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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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