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Nursing Critical Care. 9(1):4, January 2014.
During these ever-changing times in healthcare, it's more important than ever to take time for self-reflection.
Craig, Karen Jean
Craig, Karen Jean Less
Nursing Critical Care. 9(1):5-6, January 2014.
Signs and symptoms of monomorphic ventricular tachycardiamay start or stop suddenly and include: chest pain, palpitations, dizziness, shortness of breath, hypotension and rapid or absent pulse.
Gallus, Pamela Less
Nursing Critical Care. 9(1):7-8, January 2014.
Nurses volunteer to bring impoverished areas healthcare supplies, information on sterilizing water, money, toys and hope.
Specht, Dawn M.
Specht, Dawn M. Less
Nursing Critical Care. 9(1):9-11, January 2014.
This article teaches nurses how to evaluate research findings from two commonly encountered designs: the correlation and the pre-test post-test design.
Privette, Krystal; Kautz, Donald D.
Privette, Krystal; Kautz, Donald D. Less
Nursing Critical Care. 9(1):48, January 2014.
Part of an ICU nurse's job is to help family members understand what to expect when a loved one wants to die with dignity.
Vacca, Vince Less
Nursing Critical Care. 9(1):13-15, January 2014.
Read how one patient's respiratory disease – made worse by aspirin – is treated with daily aspirin doses.
Tolich, Deborah J.; Blackmur, Sheila; Stahorsky, Ken; More
Tolich, Deborah J.; Blackmur, Sheila; Stahorsky, Ken; Wabeke, Danita Less
Nursing Critical Care. 9(1):16-24, January 2014.
Good blood management includes: prevention, early identification, and treatment of anemia with non-wasteful transfusion practices.
Bussinger, Patricia A.
Bussinger, Patricia A. Less
Nursing Critical Care. 9(1):25-27, January 2014.
A smoker with asthma found out when she crashed into a car that what she thought was a stroke was a rare, progressive brain disease.
Galvas, Micah Less
Nursing Critical Care. 9(1):28-31, January 2014.
Despite the growing national awareness of the obesity epidemic in children, not enough is being done to remedy the problem. Healthcare professionals must be aware of the signs of childhood obesity, diagnostic criteria, and management in the younger patient population.
Harris, Helene; Bockhold, Colleen R.
Harris, Helene; Bockhold, Colleen R. Less
Nursing Critical Care. 9(1):32-40, January 2014.
Pulmonary hypertension is an asymptomatic, chronic, progressive and debilitating disease with no cure. People live less than 3 years, on average, if their PH goes untreated.
Diana, Fabrizio; Emanuel, Asher
Diana, Fabrizio; Emanuel, Asher Less
Nursing Critical Care. 9(1):41-46, January 2014.
The percutaneous ventricle assist device has been reducing the morbidity and mortality associated with standard VAD placement.