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Nursing Critical Care. 11(3):4, May 2016.
Earl, Grace; Hankins, Shelley
Earl, Grace; Hankins, Shelley Less
Nursing Critical Care. 11(3):5-8, May 2016.
Learn about angiotensin-receptor neprilysin inhibition, a novel therapy for heart failure.
Kirchner, Robert B.
Kirchner, Robert B. Less
Nursing Critical Care. 11(3):9-10, May 2016.
Do you know what nursing informatics is? This article spells it out.
Hayes, Kimberly Drummond
Hayes, Kimberly Drummond Less
Nursing Critical Care. 11(3):48, May 2016.
A nursing student flies high in a medevac helicopter.
Altman, Marian; Rosa, William
Altman, Marian; Rosa, William Less
Nursing Critical Care. 11(3):12-15, May 2016.
This first part of a three-part series takes a look at how the Clinical Scene Investigator Academy helps critical care nurses cultivate skills that measurably demonstrate how nonproductive time is a misnomer that interferes with achieving optimal patient outcomes.
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Nealy, Kimberly L.; McCarty, Delilah J.; Woods, J. Andrew
Nealy, Kimberly L.; McCarty, Delilah J.; Woods, J. Andrew Less
Nursing Critical Care. 11(3):16-22, May 2016.
This article provides nurses with therapeutic considerations for infections caused by drug-resistant organisms in the acute care setting. Proper identification of organisms and appropriate use of antibiotics are imperative strategies to help reduce the development and spread of antimicrobial resistance.
Headley, Jan M.
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Nursing Critical Care. 11(3):23-27, May 2016.
Optimal fluid therapy is a cornerstone in the care of the acutely ill patient. Complications occur with providing too much fluid or too little. By being able to determine the “just right” amount of fluid, outcomes are enhanced.
Anderson, Jane A.
Anderson, Jane A. Less
Nursing Critical Care. 11(3):28-36, May 2016.
Acute ischemic stroke is a medical emergency resulting from an embolic or thrombotic occlusion of an intracranial artery. This article provides acute care nurses with a summary of recent updates on the rapid evaluation and workup for patient selection and treatment with I.V. fibrinolysis.
D'Arcy, Yvonne Less
Nursing Critical Care. 11(3):38-44, May 2016.
Significant issues surround pain management when a patient in critical care is obese, such as the patient's physiology, changes in medication utilization, and the presence of painful comorbidities. This article provides information on treating obese patients for pain using practice guidelines.
Gaines-Dillard, Nancy; Bartley, Marilynn K.; Rosini, Jamie M.
Gaines-Dillard, Nancy; Bartley, Marilynn K.; Rosini, Jamie M. Less
Nursing Critical Care. 11(3):45-47, May 2016.
Review the risks and benefits of using I.V. tranexamic acid to treat patients with traumatic injuries, and learn critical assessment considerations for patients who may be candidates for this therapy.
Piscotty, Ronald J.; Jones, Lenette M.
Piscotty, Ronald J.; Jones, Lenette M. Less
Nursing Critical Care. 11(3):1-5, May 2016.
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