Regional Use of Complementary and Alternative Therapies by Critical Care Nurses

Lindquist, Ruth; Tracy, Mary Fran; Savik, Kay; Watanuki, Shigeaki
April 2005
Critical Care Nurse;Apr2005, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p63
Academic Journal
Focuses on an increase in the use of complementary and alternative therapies by critical care nurses in the U.S. Advantages of using complementary and alternative therapies, including the treatment of nausea; Information on a survey on the perspectives of critical care nurses regarding the use of such therapies; Causes of adverse effects of complementary and alternative therapies.


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