Pharmacy Practice and Science Department Highlights: April 2022

(April 1, 2022)


Critical Care Pharmacotherapy American College of Clinical Pharmacy (2022) 1-1180

Shock Syndromes. Pharmacotherapy: A Pathophysiologic Approach 12th ed. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill; 2022;e42:1-49.

Acid-Base DisordersCritical Care Pharmacotherapy. 2nd ed. American College of Clinical Pharmacy, Lenexa, KS. 2022;3-30.

Fluid Therapy in the Critically Ill Patient. Critical Care Pharmacotherapy 2nd ed. American College of Clinical Pharmacy, Lenexa, KS. 2022;31-56.

Multicenter retrospective review of ketamine use in the intensive care unit Critical Care Explorations 2022;4(2):e0633

  • Growth, C.
  • Droge, C. 
  • Connor, K.
  • Kaukeinen, K.
  • Acquisto, K.
  • Chui, S.
  • Cucci, M.
  • Dixit, D.
  • Flannery, A.
  • Gustafson, K.
  • Glass, N.
  • Horng, H.
  • Heavner, N.
  • Kinney, J.
  • Peppard, W.
  • Sarangarm, P.
  • Newsome, A.
  • Viswesh, V.
  • Brian Erstad, PharmD

Normal saline or balanced salt solutions for fluid administration with a focus on critical care and emergency medicine settings. American Journal of  Health-System Pharmacy 2022;79:199-203.

The Importance of Teaching Ethics in Pharmacy Education American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education (2022) 86:8503.


Qin Chen, PhD has four manuscripts published for 2022 and one of them, titled “Nrf2 signaling in heart failure: expression of Nrf2, Keap1, antioxidant, and detoxification genes in dilated or ischemic cardiomyopathy,” received an award and will be on the cover of Physiological Genomics magazine.