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Nursing Critical Care. 8(2):4, March 2013.
Can music therapy soothe a savage (heart)beat?
Barto, Donna Less
Nursing Critical Care. 8(2):6-7, March 2013.
Learn about myocarditis, one of the conditions with a clinical presentation that can mimic an ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction.
Schrieber, Mary Less
Nursing Critical Care. 8(2):8-10, March 2013.
Electrolyte imbalances can have serious consequences in critically ill patients. This article reviews the causes, signs and symptoms, and interventions for hyponatremia.
Shedlarski, Antoinette; White-Williams, Connie
Shedlarski, Antoinette; White-Williams, Connie Less
Nursing Critical Care. 8(2):39-43, March 2013.
Read about one facility's project to reduce catheter-related bloodstream infections through an educational campaign to increase staff compliance with bundled interventions for central venous catheter care.
Sese, Jocelyn Cerrudo
Sese, Jocelyn Cerrudo Less
Nursing Critical Care. 8(2):48, March 2013.
When Mr. G's luck finally ran out, the ED nurses who'd cared for him for years were there for one final caring gesture.
Hyde, Yolanda M.; Kautz, Donald D.
Hyde, Yolanda M.; Kautz, Donald D. Less
Nursing Critical Care. 8(2):11-13, March 2013.
Well-meaning family members can cause medical errors, that can cause a patient serious injury or death. Family education is the first step to preventing these errors.
Crowley, Jessica Less
Nursing Critical Care. 8(2):15-17, March 2013.
Research has shown that older adults can benefit from music therapy and that this therapy doesn't need to be formal to be effective. This article focuses on interventions you can use to help patients.
Cook, Jessica L.; Drummond, Christopher; Johns, Minday M.
Cook, Jessica L.; Drummond, Christopher; Johns, Minday M. Less
Nursing Critical Care. 8(2):18-20, March 2013.
Find out about a promising new evidence-based procedure, loop ileostomy with colonic lavage, which has been used at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center to successfully reduce morbidity and mortality in patients with severe C. difficile infection.
Culleiton, Alicia L.; Simko, Lynn M.
Culleiton, Alicia L.; Simko, Lynn M. Less
Nursing Critical Care. 8(2):22-30, March 2013.
Learn about the interventions necessary to prevent burn shock and infection, ensure adequate nutrition for healing, and keep your patient on the road to recovery.
Streets, Kara W.; Vickers, Sharon M.
Streets, Kara W.; Vickers, Sharon M. Less
Nursing Critical Care. 8(2):31-38, March 2013.
Similar to dialysis, ultrafiltration is a type of renal replacement therapy that may be indicated for patients with heart failure who have significant volume overload despite outpatient diuretic therapy. Here's what you need to know about this therapy, which can be safely managed in any telemetry unit or even in an outpatient treatment area that has appropriately trained personnel.
Harris, Helene; Smith, Carla J.
Harris, Helene; Smith, Carla J. Less
Nursing Critical Care. 8(2):44-47, March 2013.
Without treatment, acute compartment syndrome of the lower extremities can cause muscle and nerve damage within 4 hours. Although compartment syndrome is common after trauma, it also can occur in some postsurgical patients and after vein harvesting for coronary artery bypass grafting.