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Vacca, Vincent M. Jr.
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Meet Mr. T, who experienced an ICH that occurs annually in 40,000 people and is the most fatal type of stroke.
Maidl-Putz, Carolyn; McAndrew, Natalie S.; Leske, Jane S.
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The noise from alarms, staff conversations, and equipment seem normal to experienced ICU nurses and healthcare providers. However, noise levels are associated with negative effects on patients' sleep and may contribute to hospital-acquired delirium.
Glasofer, Amy Less
Journal clubs help increase knowledge of current trends in literature, research understanding, and address practice issues by bringing together staff with similar clinical interests. Considering the questions: Who, what, when, where, why, and how contributes to a productive JC.
Duffy, Mary K.; Moloney-Harmon, Patricia A.
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Sepsis in children is associated with significant morbidity and mortality. This article discusses how The Surviving Sepsis Campaign increases sepsis awareness and improves early recognition, diagnosis and treatment of children with sepsis.
Being grateful for who you are is key to a successful relationship with yourself and others.
Gardner, Trina; Purrington, Dale
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An ASD is a congenital cardiac defect where, during embryologic development, the atrial septum doesn't properly develop, leaving an abnormal opening between the two atria. Because pressure is greater on the left side of the heart, blood is shunted to the right atrium resulting in increased blood flow to the pulmonary system.
Brandon, Inez Lynne
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Stroke is the fourth leading cause of death in the United States, behind heart disease, cancer and chronic lower respiratory disease. Most of these survivors are cared for by loved ones, who may develop “caregiver burden.” This article provides information to help manage stressful circumstances.
Wincik, Stephanie Less
A nursing supervisor who worked with the mentally challenged for 30 years, learned from a woman with Down syndrome and autism how to take life at a slower pace.
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To read the article, Noise in the ICU: sound levels can be harmful, in the September issue of NursingCriticalCare.com click here.
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