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Implementation of a Delirium Screening Tool in a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Although the negative effects of adult delirium are widely known, minimal literature exists regarding the effects of delirium on pediatric patient outcomes. It is thought that adult and pediatric patients with delirium ...
Investigation of Nursing Compliance with Sterile Needleless Access Device Changes: A Quality Improvement Project
Pediatric patients with central lines are at a higher risk for Central Line-Associated Blood Stream Infections (CLABSIs), which increases their risk for other consequences such as longer hospital stays, risk for prolonged ...
Implementing Palliative Care Guidelines in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit
Each year many families are affected by the loss of a child. Some families may be aware that their baby’s life will be short-lived and yet other families are left to deal with difficult decisions immediately after their ...
Predicting Intensive Care Unit Delirium in Cardiac Surgical Patients with the E-PRE- DELIRIC Model
Goals of The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence include decreasing the incidence of intensive care unit (ICU) delirium. The purpose of this scholarly project was to evaluate the predictive ability of the ...