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Volume: 29 Issue: 4

1. Metabolism of high density lipoprotein and the research progress of its effects on sepsis Page:377—380
2. Value of APACHEⅡfor predicting the nursing workload in EICU Page:368—370
3. Heparin reduces endothelial cell damage induced by neutrophil extracellular traps Page:342—346
4. Effect of heparin pretreatment on the level of neutrophil extracellular traps of serum and lung tissue in septic mice Page:337—341
5. Study of Plasma amino acid related metabolites of septic rats using gas chromatography-mass spectrometry Page:332—336
6. Analysis of evaluation indexes for prognosis of severe burn patients with sepsis Page:327—331
7. Effect of combination therapy with propofol and hydrogen-rich saline on organ damage and cytokines in a murine model of sepsis Page:316—320
8. Changes of small intestinal villi microcirculation in sidestream dark-field imaging with different target blood pressure in rabbits during endotoxin shock Page:311—315
9. Differential expression profile of long non-coding RNA in the lipopolysaecharide-induced inflammation of monocyte-derived macrophages Page:306—310
10. Research progress on metabolism of monocytes and macrophages in sepsis Page:381—384
11. The study of serum complements and proinflammatory cytokines in sepsis rats Page:364—367
12. Analysis of the onset time of acute aortic dissection and the influence of climate on acute aortic dissection occurrence in Urumqi city: a retrospective study of a single center Page:358—363
13. Mixed venous-arterial carbon dioxide difference combined with passive leg raising in guiding volume management for patients post off-pump coronary artery bypass grafting Page:353—357
14. Explore objective clinical variables for detecting delirium in ICU patients: a prospective case-control study Page:347—352
15. Clinical value of serum endocan and procalcitonin in early diagnosis and prognosis evaluation of sepsis Page:321—326
16. α7 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor agonist attenuated the lipopolysaccharide-induced inflammatory response via inhibiting the activation of nuclear factor-κB Page:300—305
17. Bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells modulated the inflammatory response by regulating the expression of IL-4 and RAGE products in the rats with MODS Page:294—299