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Nursing Critical Care. 8(1):4, January 2013.
Photographs of nurses helping patients during Hurricane Sandy let the world see everyday heroes in action.
Craig, Karen Jean
Craig, Karen Jean Less
Nursing Critical Care. 8(1):5-6, January 2013.
Test your rhythm strip interpretation using a five-step analysis method. Identify the mystery dysrhythmia, and learn about its causes and management.
Specht, Dawn M.
Specht, Dawn M. Less
Nursing Critical Care. 8(1):7-9, January 2013.
Designing a research study doesn't have to be intimidating. Follow this clinical scenario to learn how to get started doing nursing research.
Buckley, Barbra A.
Buckley, Barbra A. Less
Nursing Critical Care. 8(1):10-13, January 2013.
Abdominal aortic aneurysm can be life-threatening, but endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR) offers a minimally invasive alternative to traditional open surgery. Find out how EVAR helps and what you can do to ensure a successful outcome.
Criddle, Laura M.
Criddle, Laura M. Less
Nursing Critical Care. 8(1):48, January 2013.
What do you do when your patient dies in an airplane over the middle of the Pacific Ocean with a grieving wife at his side?
Culleiton, Alicia L.; Simko, Lynn M.
Culleiton, Alicia L.; Simko, Lynn M. Less
Nursing Critical Care. 8(1):14-22, January 2013.
Caring for a patient with severe burn injuries offers many challenges for critical care nurses. Find out about various types of burns and providing initial resuscitative care for a patient if treatment in a designated burn center facility or burn ICU isn't possible.
Crawford, Ann; Harris, Helene
Crawford, Ann; Harris, Helene Less
Nursing Critical Care. 8(1):23-28, January 2013.
Thyroid hormones affect overall metabolism and electrolyte balance. Alterations in thyroid hormone function can cause widespread and potentially life-threatening effects. Review hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism and what you need to know about each condition.
Laing, Craig Less
Nursing Critical Care. 8(1):30-34, January 2013.
During winter, the risk of carbon monoxide (CO) toxicity from malfunctioning heaters and inadequate ventilation increases. Even experienced healthcare professionals may miss signs and symptoms of this potentially fatal disorder. Learn to recognize CO toxicity promptly and respond appropriately.
Hogue, Michael D.; Mamula, Staci
Hogue, Michael D.; Mamula, Staci Less
Nursing Critical Care. 8(1):35-37, January 2013.
Daily sedation interruption (DSI, also called a sedation vacation) can be beneficial for mechanically ventilated patients. Here's what you need to know about DSI so that evidence-based guidelines are followed when sedatives and analgesics are stopped temporarily.
Rank, Wendi Less
Nursing Critical Care. 8(1):38-42, January 2013.
Patients and healthcare providers often become anxious over the prospect of radiation exposure during pregnancy. But is it really as dangerous as we think? This article explains the potential complications of radiation exposure in pregnancy, as well as contrast use during pregnancy and lactation.
Overstreet, Winsome; Frederick, Murielle
Overstreet, Winsome; Frederick, Murielle Less
Nursing Critical Care. 8(1):44-47, January 2013.
Cardiac abnormalities can precipitate neurologic events in patients admitted to the neuroscience ICU. But neurologic injury hasn't always been recognized as a risk factor for cardiac dysrhythmias. This article explores the link between cardiac dysrhythmias and various neurologic disorders and injuries including trauma, ischemic stroke, and intracranial hemorrhage.