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April-June 2021| Vol 5| Issue 2

Review Article

The impact of multidisciplinary team care on decreasing intensive care unit mortality

Patients with critical illness and high mortality risk are frequently admitted to intensive care units (ICUs). Therefore, improving the quality of healthcare for these patients is essential. Improvi...

Original Article

Postintensive care unit follow-up general health survey: A cross-sectional study in a tertiary academic hospital

Background: Despite the tremendous efforts regarding post hospital discharge services, the literature regarding health status, social and medical support of ICU survivors in Saudi Arabia is v...

Original Article

Readiness of respiratory therapists in Saudi Arabia to manage patients with COVID-19: A cross-sectional study

Background: Respiratory therapists (RTs) are one of the frontline healthcare workers fighting the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the clinical areas, such as intensive care units, and ...

Case Report

Iatrogenic phenytoin toxicity – Newer lessons learnt

Phenytoin is a widely prescribed anti-epileptic drug (AED), but overdoses are common given its narrow therapeutic index. A 24-year-old male, a previously diagnosed case of seizure disorder on multip...





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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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