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Medical Critical Care

The Division of Medical Critical Care in the Special Care Unit at Maine Medical Center cares for patients with a broad range of intensive care problems from Maine and throughout New England, including respiratory failure (pneumonia, ARDS, obstructive airways crises, neuromuscular disease), gastrointestinal problems (GI bleeding, hepatic dysfunction, pancreatitis), blood pressure emergencies (sepsis, hemorrhagic, and vasodilatory shock, hypertensive crises), metabolic threats (renal failure, electrolyte abnormalities, diabetic ketoacidosis, hyperosmolar coma, thyroid emergencies), and toxicologic crises (drug overdoses, acute drug withdrawal, adverse drug reactions). The Medical Critical Care division includes nationally recognized experts with cutting-edge research in several topics, including ICU sedation, Organ Donation, Tele-medicine services, and complex mechanical ventilation.

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