MENG_inotropes_septicaemia_embase_101008
EMBASE 1980 to 2008 Week 40

#SearchesResults
1exp CHILD/619184
2child$.tw.481015
3exp INFANT/170905
4infan$.tw.169037
5(baby or babies).tw.27176
6exp ADOLESCENT/429426
7teenag$.tw.7893
8adolescen$.tw.82097
9exp SCHOOLS/36816
10school$.tw.73858
11exp PUBERTY/14156
12pubescen$.tw.642
13NEWBORN/177050
14(newborn? or neonate?).ti,ab.96311
15(pediatric? or paediatric?).ti,ab.108949
16or/1–151259460
17SEPTIC SHOCK/12819
18SEPTICEMIA/8742
19((septic or bacter?emic) adj shock).ti,ab.8532
20(sepsis adj5 hypotension).ti,ab.256
21BACTEREMIA/14171
22(severe adj2 sepsis).ti,ab.2872
23(septic?emia or bacter?emia).ti,ab.21419
24(meningococc$ adj3 (sepsis or septic)).ti,ab.344
25NEISSERIA MENINGITIDIS/6788
26(Neisseria meningitid$ or n meningitid$).ti,ab.4314
27MENINGOCOCCAL INFECTION/2788
28(meningococcal adj3 (septic or toxic or endotoxic or disease or infection?)).ti,ab.2356
29meningococc?emi?.ti,ab.423
30(meningococcus or meningococci).ti,ab.1459
31MENINGOCOCCOSIS/2788
32MENINGOCOCCEMIA/832
33(blood adj2 poisoning).ti,ab.61
34SHOCK/11352
35shock.ti,ab.72956
36or/17–35120022
37INOTROPISM/8844
38exp CARDIOTONIC AGENT/95524
39(inotrope? or inotropic).ti,ab.15142
40(cardiotonic or cardio tonic or cardiotropic or cardio tropic).ti,ab.1507
41ADRENALIN/48421
42(Adrenalin$ or D-Adrenaline or D-Epifrin or D-Epinephrine or Epinefrin or Epinefrina or Epinephran or Epinephrine or Epinephrinum or L-Adrenalin or L-Adrenaline or L-Adrenaline Base or L-Epinephine or L-Epinephrine or L-Epirenamine or evoadrenaline or Levoepinephrine or Racepinefrina or Racepinefrine or Racepinefrinum or Racepinephrine).ti,ab.30407
43(ADROP or Adnephrine or Adrenal or Adrenalin-Medihaler or Adrenamine or Adrenan or Adrenapax or Adrenasol or Adrenatrate or Adrenine or Adrenodis or Adrenohorma or Adrenor or Adrenosan or Adrenutol or Adrin or Adrine or Aktamin or Ana-Guard or Antiasthmatique or Astminhal or Balmadren or Bernarenin or Biorenine or Bosmin or Brevirenin or Bronkaid or Chelafrin or Citanest Forte or Corisol or Drenamist or Duranest or Dylephrin or Epi EZ Pen Jr or Epifrin or Epiglaufrin or Epipen or Epirenamine or Epirenan or Epirenin or Epitrate or Eppy or Esphygmogenina or Exadrin or Glaucon or Glaucosan or Glauposine or Glycirenan or Haemostasin or Haemostatin or Hektalin or Hemisine or Hemostasin or Hemostatin or Hypernephrin or Hyporenin or IOP or Intranefrin or Iontocaine or Isoptoepinal or Kidoline or Levonor or Levorenen or Levorenin or Levorenine or Lidocaton or Lyophrin or Medihaler-Epi or Metanephrin or Micronefrin or Mucidrina or Myosthenine or Mytrate or Nephridine or Nephron or Nieraline or Nor-Epirenan or Norartrinal or Paranephrin or Primatene Mist or Renagladin or Renaglandin or Renaglandulin or Renaleptine or Renalina or Renoform or Renostypricin or Renostypticin or Renostyptin or Scurenaline or Septocaine or Simplene or Sindrenina or Soladren or Sphygmogenin or Stryptirenal or Styptirenal or Supracapsulin or Supradin or Supranefran or Supranephrane or Supranephrine or Supranol or Suprarenaline or Suprarenin or Suprel or Surenine or Surrenine or Sus-Phrine or Susphrine or Sympathin E or Sympathin I or Takamina or Takamine or Tokamina or Tolansin or Tolax or Tolcil or Tolhart or Tonogen or Twinject or Vaponefrin or Vasoconstrictine or Vasodrine or Vasoton or Vasotonin).ti,ab.70533
44NORADRENALIN/64845
45(Arterenol or L-Norepinephrine or L-noradrenaline or Noradrenaline or nor adrenaline or Nor epinephrine or Norepinephrine or levarterenol or levonorepinephrine or levophed).ti,ab.59290
46exp DOPAMINE RECEPTOR AFFECTING AGENT/130568
47(dopamine or dopaminergic).ti,ab.85104
48(dobutamine or Deoxyepinephrine or Dopamin or Dopamine HCl or Dophamine or Hydroxytyramin or Hydroxytyramine or Oxytyramine or dobucor or dobuject or dobutrex or Lilly 81929 or oxiken or posiject).ti,ab.6245
49VASOPRESSIN.hw.24146
50VASOTOCIN DERIVATIVE/84
51(3-Isoleucyl vasopressin or Arginine oxytocin or Arginine vasotocin or Argiprestocin Pitressin tannate or Vasopressin? or Vasotocin? or pitressin or pressyn or beta-Hypophamine).ti,ab.22974
52or/37–51432468
53and/16,3618375
54and/52–531140
55CASE REPORT/1008769
56(letter or editorial or comment or historical article).pt.643953
57(case report or case study).ti.99217
58or/55–571572958
5954 not 58747
60limit 59 to english language623

From: Appendix E, Search strategies

Cover of Bacterial Meningitis and Meningococcal Septicaemia
Bacterial Meningitis and Meningococcal Septicaemia: Management of Bacterial Meningitis and Meningococcal Septicaemia in Children and Young People Younger than 16 Years in Primary and Secondary Care.
NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 102.
National Collaborating Centre for Women's and Children's Health (UK).
London: RCOG Press; 2010.
Copyright © 2010, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.

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