Keep Pace With Step-Down Care

Berke, Wendy; Ecklund, Margaret
February 2003
Critical Care Nurse;Feb2003, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p56
Academic Journal
Discusses the growth of progressive care units (PCU) in hospitals in the U.S. Diagnoses and care demands of patients admitted to PCUs; Regulatory and safety standards for PCU nurse managers; Components required by quality care.


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