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Impact of a Pharmacist-Led Intensive Care Unit Sleep Improvement Protocol on Sleep Duration and Quality.
The effect of ICU sedation guidelines and pharmacist interventions on clinical outcomes and drug cost.
Reversing oversedation in the intensive care unit: the role of pharmacists in energizing guideline efforts and overcoming protocol fatigue.
The Bedside Critical Care Pharmacist: A Mandatory ICU Team Member Essential for Patient Care.
Expanding the Reach of Critical Care Pharmacists Globally.
Key articles and guidelines relative to intensive care unit pharmacotherapy: 2009 update.
Current perceptions and practices surrounding the recognition and treatment of delirium in the intensive care unit: a survey of 250 critical care pharmacists from eight states.
Association between postgraduate year 2 residency program characteristics and primary project publication.
Perceived barriers to the use of sedation protocols and daily sedation interruption: a multidisciplinary survey.
Agreement between ICU clinicians and electrophysiology cardiologists on the decision to initiate a QTc-interval prolonging medication in critically ill patients with potential risk factors for torsade de pointes: a comparative, case-based evaluation.
Observations and effects of educational consults on allopurinol prescribing.
Sleep-Promotion Bundle Development, Implementation, and Evaluation in Critically Ill Adults: Roles for Pharmacists.