Theodore J. Iwashyna spends much of his time researching Intensive care medicine, Retrospective cohort study, Intensive care, Health care and Sepsis. His Intensive care medicine research includes elements of Internal medicine, Cohort study, Severe sepsis, Survivorship curve and Resuscitation. In his work, Acute care is strongly intertwined with Emergency medicine, which is a subfield of Retrospective cohort study.
His Intensive care research integrates issues from Critical care nursing, Randomized controlled trial, Multicenter study, Intensive care unit and Triage. His study in Intensive care unit is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Bed Occupancy and Epidemiology. His study looks at the relationship between Sepsis and topics such as Cohort, which overlap with Gerontology.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Intensive care medicine, Emergency medicine, Intensive care, Retrospective cohort study and Intensive care unit. Theodore J. Iwashyna focuses mostly in the field of Intensive care medicine, narrowing it down to topics relating to Sepsis and, in certain cases, Cohort. His Emergency medicine research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Incidence, Confidence interval, Severity of illness, Acute care and Veterans Affairs.
In his research on the topic of Intensive care, Nursing is strongly related with Health care. As part of one scientific family, Theodore J. Iwashyna deals mainly with the area of Retrospective cohort study, narrowing it down to issues related to the Cohort study, and often Prospective cohort study. His Odds ratio research is classified as research in Internal medicine.
His primary areas of investigation include Intensive care medicine, Emergency medicine, Intensive care unit, Retrospective cohort study and Critical illness. Theodore J. Iwashyna mostly deals with Post-intensive care syndrome in his studies of Intensive care medicine. He studied Emergency medicine and Hazard ratio that intersect with Epidemiology, Severity of illness and Rate ratio.
Theodore J. Iwashyna has included themes like Odds ratio, Life satisfaction, Intensive care, Survivorship curve and Community health in his Intensive care unit study. His Retrospective cohort study research includes themes of Medical prescription, Logistic regression, Cohort and Receiver operating characteristic. His work on Cohort is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Sepsis.
Theodore J. Iwashyna mainly investigates Emergency medicine, Intensive care medicine, Psychological intervention, 2019-20 coronavirus outbreak and Retrospective cohort study. Theodore J. Iwashyna has researched Emergency medicine in several fields, including Cohort study and Hazard ratio. The study incorporates disciplines such as Epidemiology, Sepsis, Rate ratio, Severity of illness and Cohort in addition to Hazard ratio.
When carried out as part of a general Intensive care medicine research project, his work on Post-intensive care syndrome is frequently linked to work in Personalized medicine, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. The Psychological intervention study combines topics in areas such as Observational study, Peer support, Intervention, Disease and Intensive care unit. His Retrospective cohort study study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Demography, Stroke, Myocardial infarction, Index and Earnings.
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Assessment of Clinical Criteria for Sepsis: For the Third International Consensus Definitions for Sepsis and Septic Shock (Sepsis-3)
Christopher W. Seymour;Vincent X. Liu;Theodore J. Iwashyna;Frank M. Brunkhorst.
Long-term Cognitive Impairment and Functional Disability Among Survivors of Severe Sepsis
Theodore J. Iwashyna;E. Wesley Ely;Dylan M. Smith;Kenneth M. Langa.
Time to treatment and mortality during mandated emergency care for sepsis
Christopher W. Seymour;Foster Gesten;Hallie C. Prescott;Marcus E. Friedrich.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2017)
Incidence and Trends of Sepsis in US Hospitals Using Clinical vs Claims Data, 2009-2014
Chanu Rhee;Chanu Rhee;Raymund Dantes;Raymund Dantes;Lauren Epstein;David J. Murphy.
Hospital Deaths in Patients With Sepsis From 2 Independent Cohorts
Vincent Liu;Gabriel J. Escobar;John D. Greene;Jay Soule.
Attitude and self-reported practice regarding prognostication in a national sample of internists.
Nicholas A. Christakis;Theodore J. Iwashyna.
JAMA Internal Medicine (1998)
The health impact of health care on families: a matched cohort study of hospice use by decedents and mortality outcomes in surviving, widowed spouses
Nicholas A Christakis;Theodore J Iwashyna.
Social Science & Medicine (2003)
Population burden of long-term survivorship after severe sepsis in older Americans.
Theodore J. Iwashyna;Theodore J. Iwashyna;Colin R. Cooke;Hannah Wunsch;Jeremy M. Kahn.
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (2012)
Identifying patients with severe sepsis using administrative claims: patient-level validation of the angus implementation of the international consensus conference definition of severe sepsis.
Theodore J. Iwashyna;Andrew Odden;Jeffrey Rohde;Catherine Bonham.
Medical Care (2014)
A systematic review and meta-analysis of early goal-directed therapy for septic shock: the ARISE, ProCESS and ProMISe Investigators
Derek C Angus;Amber Barnato;Derek Bell;Derek Bell;Rinaldo Bellomo;Rinaldo Bellomo.
Intensive Care Medicine (2015)
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