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July-September 2021| Vol 5| Issue 3

Review Article

Prone positioning in COVID-19: Same for all?

Proning is a medically admissible procedure in which a patient is turned onto their abdomen from their back, by precise, accurate, and secure motions. This procedure often finds itself in use as an ...

Original Article

The effect of advanced professional programs on nurses' beliefs and implementation of evidence based practice in prince Sultan Military Medical City, Saudi Arabia

Context: Health-care systems move rapidly toward evidence-based practice (EBP); however, it is still challenging to determine if nurses who have received professional education have adopted E...

Original Article

Helium-oxygen mixture bag, a novel way for extubation of COVID-19 patients: Simulation and proof of concept

Background: Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has been a worldwide pandemic in 2020; necessitating significant changes in patient-care procedures. Because of the risk of transmission to hea...

Case Report

An unusual case report of COVID-19 presenting with syndrome of inappropriate ADH secretion

Coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19) caused by novel coronavirus continues to produce enormous health effects and deaths since it started in 2019. Research till now has shown that COVID-19 manifests ...

Case Report

Challenges in managing amlodipine toxicity associated with pancreatitis

Amlodipine toxicity is underrecognized cause of refractory shock. Management of this condition is very challenging. Lipid infusion can be used for the management of this condition as a last resort. ...

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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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