Society of African Journal Editors

Southern African Journal of Critical Care

Southern African Journal of Critical Care

The elimination of microbial hotspots: A potential tactic in the war against healthcare-associated infections

Getting better – health profession knowledge is key to improving deceased donation practices in South Africa

How do we use high-frequency oscillation: Primary ventilation, rescue therapy or switch directly to early extracorporeal membrane oxygenation?

Critically ill obstetric patients with hypertensive disorders of pregnancy: Room for improvement

Contamination of pulse oximeter probes before and after decontamination in two intensive care units

Early identification and referral of organ donors in five private hospitals: A survey to determine the knowledge and views of critical care professional nurses pre and post a PowerPoint training intervention

High-frequency oscillatory ventilation in a tertiary paediatric intensive care unit in an academic hospital in Johannesburg, South Africa

Outcomes of patients admitted to the intensive care unit for complications of hypertensive disorders of pregnancy at a South African tertiary hospital – a 4-year retrospective review

Time taken to perform a rapid sequence intubation within a simulated prehospital environment

Goldilocks and endotracheal tube cuff pressure management: Not too high, not too low. Just right …

Quinine – a time for re-evaluation?

Family care in intensive care units

Tracheal tube cuff pressure monitoring: Assessing current practice in critically ill patients at Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital

Artesunate compared with quinine for the treatment of severe malaria in adult patients managed in an intensive care unit: A retrospective observational study

Developing a theory of family care during critical illness

An unexpected acute coronary syndrome

Family-centred care in intensive care units

Muscle strength and endurance to predict successful extubation in mechanically ventilated patients: A pilot study evaluating the utility of upper-limb muscle strength and ergometry

Parental satisfaction with the quality of care in a South African paediatric intensive care unit

Characteristics, course and outcomes of children admitted to a paediatric intensive care unit after cardiac arrest

Sepsis – follow the guidelines

Improved understanding of the pathophysiology of sepsis: Setting the scene for potential novel adjunctive therapies

Exploring the challenges with infection control practices among managers in intensive care units in South Africa

Early mobilisation practices of patients in intensive care units in Zimbabwean government hospitals – a crosssectional study

Reliability of ultrasonic diaphragm thickness measurement in mechanically ventilated infants and children: A pilot study

Care or burn in the ICU

The needs of family members of intensive care unit patients: A grounded theory study

Barriers to implementing evidence-based practice in a private intensive care unit in the Eastern Cape

Critical care nursing practice and education in Rwanda

The capabilities and scope-of-practice requirements of advanced life support practitioners undertaking critical care transfers: A Delphi study

Transportation of blood in a helicopter emergency medical service: The importance of specialised equipment

List of reviewers, 2016

Physiotherapy in the intensive care unit

Physiotherapy contributions to weaning and extubation of patients from mechanical ventilation

Physiotherapy practice in South African intensive care units

Reducing paediatric ventilator-associated pneumonia – a South African challenge!

An observational study on the relationship between plasma vitamin C, blood glucose, oxidative stress, endothelial dysfunction and outcome in patients with septic shock

Incidence and risk factors for thrombocytopenia in the intensive care units of a tertiary hospital in northern India

Post-tracheostomy tracheo-oesophageal fistula – an unusual presentation

Ethical considerations for critical care research

Moral distress experienced by intensive care nurses

Nutrition support practices in South African ICUs: Results from a nationwide pilot survey

Comparison of the efficacy of colistin monotherapy and colistin combination therapies in the treatment of nosocomial pneumonia and ventilator-associated pneumonia caused by Acinetobacter baumannii

The accuracy of Johannesburg-based ambulance personnel in identifying stroke

Atrial myxoma-related embolism resulting in acute limb ischaemia in a critical care patient

Cardiopulmonary Physiotherapy in Trauma: An Evidence-based Approach

H1N1 influenza (‘swine ‘flu’) in the paediatric ICU in South Africa

Influenza A(H1N1)pdm09 in critically ill children admitted to a paediatric intensive care unit, South Africa

Obstetric intensive care admissions at a tertiary hospital in Limpopo Province, South Africa

Organisms cultured and resistance patterns seen in a secondary referral centre ICU and burns unit

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