International Best Practices in Critical Care Nursing 2nd Edition

International Best Practices in Critical Care Nursing 2nd Edition

EDITORS: Sandra Goldsworthy PhD, RN, CNCC(C), CMSN(C), CCSNE; Ruth Kleinpell PhD, RN; Ged Williams RN, Crit. Care Cert, LLM, MHA, FACN, FACHSM, FAAN

This online resource text provides foundational best practices in critical care nursing within the international context. Each of the chapters were written by experienced critical care nurses for nurses and covers essential topics in critical care nursing such as: patient safety, arrhythmia interpretation and emergency cardiac care, shock, recognition and management of the deteriorating patient, family centered care and much more.

eBook – Cover

International Best Practices in Critical Care Nursing 2nd Edition


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eBook – Foreword

Paul Fulbrook


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eBook – Table of Contents

International Best Practices in Critical Care Nursing 2nd Edition


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Chapter 1. Global Issues in Critical Care Nursing

Ged Williams, Ruth Kleinpell, Laura Alberto


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Chapter 2. Acute and Critical Stroke Care

Skye Coote, Anne W Alexandrov


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Chapter 3. Shock and Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome

Ruth M Kleinpell, Thomas S Ahrens, Halima Kabara


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Chapter 4. Safety and Quality in the ICU

Maria Isabelita C Rogado, Adriano Friganovic, Vedran Dumbovic
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Chapter 5. Recognizing and Managing the Deteriorating Patient: The Role of Rapid Response Systems, Critical Care Outreach Nurses and Medical Emergency Teams

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Chapter 6. Aggressive Management of Severe Traumatic Brain Injury

Richard B Arbour, Vida Bračko


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Chapter 7. End Stage Liver Disease in the ICU: Walking a Tightrope

Lynn A Kelso, Besey Oren


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Chapter 8. Pediatric Critical Care Concerns

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Chapter 9. Critical Care Nursing’s Role in Prevention of Harm: Going Back to the Basics with Evidence

Kathleen M Vollman, Pang Nguk Lan, Shelley Schmollgruber


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Chapter 10. Family-Centered Care

Judy E Davidson, Michael McDuffie, Kay Mitchell


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Chapter 11. Arrhythmias and Cardiac Emergencies

Sandra Goldsworthy, David Waters


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Chapter 12. Nursing Sensitive Outcomes Indicators

Esther Y H Wong, L S Chau, Rowlina P W Leung, Peter C K Lai,, Joanna W P Lo, S F Lee


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