He visto en otros sitios que hay versiones más recientes de Final burn alpha para psp e inclusive he visto videos donde corren el Knights of Valour 2, pero en esta version no se puede, y como les mencioné al principio he visto que otros sitios dicen tener una version del 2013 pero como a esos sitios no les tengo confianza, ojalá y ustedes pueden subir una nueva version ya que a pspscenebeta es de los pocos sitios que tengo confianza para descargar aplicaciones a mi psp.
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Our results suggest that PSP/reg, measured within 24 hours of ICU admission, may be used as a biomarker to identify septic patients at highest risk of death. PSP/reg performed better than CRP and PCT, which are widely used to diagnose infection but which, owing to their poor accuracy in this indication, should not be used to predict disease outcome [10, 12, 27, 28]. A similar observation was recently reported in a cohort of 101 patients with ventilator-associated pneumonia . In this cohort, PSP/reg measured after 7 days of mechanical ventilation predicted subsequent organ failure development and, eventually, outcome. A major advantage of PSP/reg over the currently available predictors of disease evolution, such as cytokines, may be its presence in the plasma of all septic patients at the time of ICU admission. This sharply contrasts with the pro-inflammatory cytokines tumor necrosis factor-alpha, IL-1, and IL-6, which showed very good predictive values in dedicated trials [30, 31] but whose use in daily life was finally hampered by their short window of expression in plasma, making them difficult to interpret at the bedside in a population of patients in whom the time between the onset of sepsis and the blood test cannot be standardized . 153554b96e