- EB73: Developing Skilled Communication and True Collaboration: Improving Interdisciplinary Communication During Rounds in the Intensive Care Unit. Derubis, Susan; Bayer, Kristy; Cobourne, Todd; DeRubis, Susan; Muhlman, Alissa; Ulrich, Ashley // Critical Care Nurse;Apr2011, Vol. 31 Issue 2, pe24
No abstract available.
- EB90 New Practice Guidelines Regarding Mobility of Patients With Left Atrial Catheters. // Critical Care Nurse;Apr2012, Vol. 32 Issue 2, pe52
An abstract of the article "New Practice Guidelines Regarding Mobility of Patients With Left Atrial Catheters," by Jamie Gilliam and Tonja Hartjes is presented.
- ASHP Guidelines on the Pharmacist's Role in the Development, Implementation, and Assessment of Critical Pathways. // Best Practices for Hospital & Health-System Pharmacy;2013/2014, p267
The article presents guidelines of the professional organization American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) involving the role of pharmacist in the development, assessment and implementation of critical pathways (CPs). It states the stimulation regarding the development of CPs to...
- Bedside Nurse-Driven Protocol for Management of Alcohol/Polysubstance Abuse Withdrawal. Ycaza-Gutierrez, Maria Christina // Critical Care Nurse;Dec2015, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p73
The article offers tips on how to manage patients who are experiencing alcohol withdrawal. Featured facility is the medical intensive care unit (MICU) at Maimonides Medical Center, the Clinical Scene Investigator Academy (CSI) project titled "Stop DTs, Fast D/C," and Richmond Agitation Sedation...
- Pressure ulcer prevention in intensive care. THORPE, ELAINE // Wounds UK;Jul2015, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p112
Information about various topics discussed at the Eliminating Avoidable Pressure Ulcers conference in Manchester, England in March 2015 is presented. Topics include pressure ulcer incidence among intensive care patients, strategies on the prevention of pressure ulcers (PUs) and types of...
- EB88 Mobility Matters, Get Up Off of That Bed: Evidence-Based Practice and Technology to Improve Mobility and Outcomes of Surgical Intensive Care Patients. // Critical Care Nurse;Apr2012, Vol. 32 Issue 2, pe50
An abstract of the article "Mobility Matters, Get Up Off of That Bed: Evidence-Based Practice and Technology to Improve Mobility and Outcomes of Surgical Intensive Care Patients," by Wendy Butcher is presented.
- OVoiD delirium and improved outcomes in acute care. Introducing a model of care. Hoolahan, Anne // Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing;Dec2011-Feb2012, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p30
The article discusses the three aspects of prevention and management of delirium in older persons, namely, obtaining relevant information, implementing a variety of strategies, and dialogue and making the information accessible to nursing staff for improved outcomes in acute care. It concluded...
- EB128: Move to Improve! Taking It Step by Step. Root, Michelle; Keating, Mary Frances; Rocchio, Dena; Kramaric, Margaret // Critical Care Nurse;Apr2015, Vol. 35 Issue 2, pe64
An abstract of the article "Move to Improve! Taking It Step by Step" by Michelle Root and colleagues is presented.
- La familia y las visitas en las unidades de cuidado intensivo. Achury, Diana Marcela; Beltrán, Luisa Fernanda Achury; Cárdenas, Ángela Marcela Ramírez // CONNECT: The World of Critical Care Nursing;2011, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p2
â€¢ A patient's admission to the intensive care unit causes an imbalance for the whole family. Therefore, nurses and other healthcare professionals should focus caring on assessing and managing not only the patient's needs, but the family's too. â€¢ Visiting is a vital tool that enables...