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Earl, Mark and Maharaj, Ritesh ORCID: 0000-0003-3667-2426 (2024) Association between early hyperoxemia exposure and intensive care unit mortality in intracerebral hemorrhage: an observational cohort analysis. Neurocritical Care. ISSN 1541-6933

Vlachos, Savvas, Rubenfeld, Gordon, Menon, David, Harrison, David, Rowan, Kathryn and Maharaj, Ritesh ORCID: 0000-0003-3667-2426 (2023) Early and late withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in the United Kingdom: institutional variation and association with hospital mortality. Resuscitation, 193. p. 109956. ISSN 0300-9572

Mehta, Reena, Onatade, Raliat, Vlachos, Savvas, Sloss, Rhona and Maharaj, Ritesh ORCID: 0000-0003-3667-2426 (2023) The association of a critical care electronic prescribing system with the quality of patient care provided by clinical pharmacists - a prospective, observational cohort study. International Journal of Medical Informatics, 177. ISSN 1386-5056

Maharaj, Ritesh ORCID: 0000-0003-3667-2426, Harrison, David A. and Rowan, Kathryn (2022) The association between the decision to withdraw life-sustaining therapy and patient mortality in U.K. ICUs. Critical Care Medicine, 50 (4). 576 - 585. ISSN 0090-3493

Maharaj, Ritesh, Mcguire, Alistair and Street, Andrew ORCID: 0000-0002-2540-0364 (2021) Association of annual intensive care unit sepsis caseload with hospital mortality from sepsis in the United Kingdom, 2010-2016. JAMA network open, 4 (6). ISSN 2574-3805

Vlachos, Savvas, Wong, Adrian, Metaxa, Victoria, Canestrini, Sergio, Lopez Soto, Carmen, Periselneris, Jimstan, Lee, Kai, Patrick, Tanya, Stovin, Christopher, Abernethy, Katrina, Albudoor, Budoor, Banerjee, Rishi, Juma, Fatimah, Al-Hashimi, Sara, Bernal, William and Maharaj, Ritesh ORCID: 0000-0003-3667-2426 (2021) Hospital mortality and resource implications of hospitalisation with COVID-19 in London, UK: a prospective cohort study. Critical Care Research and Practice, 2021. ISSN 2090-1305

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