Critical Care Nursing

Un libro in lingua di Booker Kathy J. Ph. D. R. N. (EDT) edito da Blackwell Pub, 2015

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While a substantial number of evidence-based protocols has been refined over the last 10 years, many monitoring practices have not been sufficiently studied. Critical Care Nursing embraces recent advancements in the concept of surveillance as the chief support of clinical quality. It is designed to guide critical care nurses and advanced practitioners by examining guidelines and evidence-based treatment recommendations associated with assessment and monitoring of patient conditions commonly treated in critical care units. Thirteen chapters are: philosophy and treatment in US critical care units; vital measurements and shock syndromes in critically ill adults; monitoring for respiratory dysfunction; electrocardiographic monitoring for cardiovascular dysfunction; hemodynamic monitoring in critical care; monitoring for neurological dysfunction; monitoring for renal dysfunction; monitoring for blood glucose dysfunction in the intensive care unit; traumatic injuries; oncologic emergencies in critical care; end-of-life concerns; monitoring for overdoses. Annotation ©2015 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (protoview.com)

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