Adjunct ascorbic acid suppresses thrombosis in critical COVID-19
Low-dose ascorbic acid as an adjunct treatment for the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) seems to lower the incidence of thrombosis but has no clear impact on mortality, a recent study has found.
Post-pyloric better than gastric-tube feeding for critically ill patients
In critically ill patients, post-pyloric feeding appears to be the safer and more effective option than gastric-tube feeding, yielding lower rates of gastric reflux, pulmonary aspiration, and complications, a recent meta-analysis has found.
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