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Nursing Critical Care. 11(4):4, July 2016.
Nursing Critical Care. 11(4):5, July 2016.
Get back to basics with a primer on the QT interval.
Glasofer, Amy; Werfel, Elizabeth; Dacanay, David A. Jr.; More
Glasofer, Amy; Werfel, Elizabeth; Dacanay, David A. Jr.; Fazio, Terry Less
Nursing Critical Care. 11(4):6-8, July 2016.
Learn about an investigation into preventing bloodstream infections.
Warner, Sandra L.
Warner, Sandra L. Less
Nursing Critical Care. 11(4):9-10, July 2016.
Transformational leadership and a just culture can help change the dialogue about errors in nursing.
Hirsch, Audrey Less
Nursing Critical Care. 11(4):12-13, July 2016.
Use this article to help you navigate the complex environment of healthcare technology.
Pearce, Isabel S.; McCarry, Nicole
Pearce, Isabel S.; McCarry, Nicole Less
Nursing Critical Care. 11(4):48, July 2016.
A new bedside reporting process improves patient handoffs.
Marino, Jessica M.; Yegneswaran, Balaji
Marino, Jessica M.; Yegneswaran, Balaji Less
Nursing Critical Care. 11(4):18-22, July 2016.
Acute delirium is a commonly observed syndrome associated with poor clinical outcomes. Delirium screening is a valuable way for nurses to perform a more comprehensive patient assessment.
Craig-Brangan, Karen Jean; Day, Mary Patricia
Craig-Brangan, Karen Jean; Day, Mary Patricia Less
Nursing Critical Care. 11(4):24-29, July 2016.
The 2015 update from the American Heart Association for pediatric Basic Life Support and Pediatric Advanced Life Support guidelines contains evidence-based recommendations for care supported by the latest research. Explore the changes here.
Coyle, Amanda L.
Coyle, Amanda L. Less
Nursing Critical Care. 11(4):30-34, July 2016.
Local, state, national, and international healthcare organizations are rapidly scaling up their response to the recent Zika virus outbreak. Nurses must stay abreast of the evolving body of knowledge surrounding Zika virus infection in order to provide optimal care to their patients.
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Ng, Yuenhung Less
Nursing Critical Care. 11(4):35-40, July 2016.
Targeted temperature management can improve neurologic outcomes and survival rates for adults with return of spontaneous circulation after cardiac arrest. This article examines the evidence to determine what temperature results in fewer complications and is the best option for select high-risk patients.
Strasen, Jessica; Van Sell, Sharon L.; Sheriff, Susan
Strasen, Jessica; Van Sell, Sharon L.; Sheriff, Susan Less
Nursing Critical Care. 11(4):42-46, July 2016.
Offering family members the option to be present during resuscitation efforts is recommended by the American Association of Critical Care Nurses as best practice. This article provides guidance for critical care nurses who want to implement family presence during resuscitation.
Iacono, Laura; Altman, Marian
Iacono, Laura; Altman, Marian Less
Nursing Critical Care. 11(4):14-17, July 2016.
In the second of this three-part series, the authors explore how leadership development helped one hospital's neurosurgical ICU nurses achieve a significant reduction in their catheter-associated urinary tract infection rate.
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