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With each monthly, peer reviewed issue of Critical Care Alert, our team of expert editors - lead by David J. Pierson, MD, FACP, FCCP, Editor - reviews nearly 30 relevant journals in this specialty, extracting key findings that can improve the way you deliver patient care. Each evidence-based abstract is followed by comments from experienced clinicians and academicians you can rely on to explain what the information means for you and your patients in daily clinical practice.
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