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Bi-frontal pneumocephalus is an independent risk factor for early postoperative agitation in adult patients admitted to intensive care unit after elective craniotomy for brain tumor: A prospective cohort study

Conceptualization: Hua-Wei Huang, Li-Mei Yan, Guo-Bin Zhang, Jian-Xin Zhou. Data curation: Xuan He, Xiu-Mei Sun, Yu-Mei Wang. Formal analysis: Yan-Lin Yang, Guo-Bin Zhang. Funding acquisition: Jian-Xin Zhou ... . Investigation: Hua-Wei Huang, Li-Mei Yan. Methodology: Yan-Lin Yang, Guo-Bin Zhang, Jian-Xin Zhou. Supervision: Jian-Xin Zhou. Writing ? original draft: Hua-Wei Huang, Li-Mei Yan. Writing ? review & editing

Incidence, Risk Factors and Consequences of Emergence Agitation in Adult Patients after Elective Craniotomy for Brain Tumor: A Prospective Cohort Study

Emergence agitation is a frequent complication that can have serious consequences during recovery from general anesthesia. However, agitation has been poorly investigated in patients after craniotomy. In this prospective cohort study, adult patients were enrolled after elective craniotomy for brain tumor. The sedation-agitation scale was evaluated during the first 12 hours after...

Real-Time Continuous Glucose Monitoring Shows High Accuracy within 6 Hours after Sensor Calibration: A Prospective Study

Accurate and timely glucose monitoring is essential in intensive care units. Real-time continuous glucose monitoring system (CGMS) has been advocated for many years to improve glycemic management in critically ill patients. In order to determine the effect of calibration time on the accuracy of CGMS, real-time subcutaneous CGMS was used in 18 critically ill patients. CGMS sensor...