Nursing Critical Care journal

Nursing Critical Care journal Nursing Critical Care is the evidence-based journal for acute and critical care nurses. Published bimonthly by Wolters Kluwer Health.

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#NCNPConf
10/07/2021

#NCNPConf

Join Sheldon D. Fields, PhD, RN, CRNP, FNP-BC, AACRN, FAANP, FNAP, FAAN for his session on Diversity, Equity, and Belonging as it relates to patient care, perceptions, overall experience, and health outcomes.

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Register today!
09/27/2021

Register today!

Nurse managers have endured a challenging time due to the pandemic. Recent research emphasizes the need for self-care. The remarkable thing about taking care of yourself is that… your self-care benefits your employees too. Join Dean L. Prentice, Colonel (Ret), USAF, NC, DHA, MA, BSN, NE-BC for his October 6th session, Self-Care is Not Selfish: Strengthening Your Leadership with Emotional & Spiritual Intelligence at Nursing Management Congress Virtual. This session will review the research and share applicable strategies to improve your self-care routine so you can provide better leadership for your employees.

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The Lippincott Nursing Virtual Event is tomorrow. Earn up to 16.5 contact hours with this #nursing conference!
06/23/2021

The Lippincott Nursing Virtual Event is tomorrow. Earn up to 16.5 contact hours with this #nursing conference!

The Lippincott Nursing Virtual Event is tomorrow! Register 5 or more nurses for a discounted rate of $79 ($99 individual rate). Earn up to 16.5 #NCPD contact hours by attending live or by viewing our archived sessions within 90 days of the virtual event. #LippincottClinConf

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06/21/2021
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For only $99, this online event offers valuable, evidence-based educational sessions for practicing nurses who provide direct patient care as well as nurse managers and administrators.

Event Register
06/21/2021
Event Register

Event Register

For only $99, this online event offers valuable, evidence-based educational sessions for practicing nurses who provide direct patient care as well as nurse managers and administrators.

06/18/2021

Be sure to join us for the Lippincott Nursing virtual event on June 24th to hear Anne Dabrow-Woods, DNP, RN, CRNP, ANP-BC, AGACNP-BC, FAAN, Chief Nurse, Health Learning, Research & Practice, Wolters Kluwer discuss Managing Emergencies with Rapid Response. This session (105) will educate RNs about the role and purpose of rapid response teams in early identification and management of the most common clinical emergencies to support patient survival (CE: 1.25). Register today!

http://ow.ly/BlXu50FdAzX

With both livestream and on demand options for the Lippincott Nursing Virtual Event, you can choose what best fits your ...
06/16/2021

With both livestream and on demand options for the Lippincott Nursing Virtual Event, you can choose what best fits your needs and schedule. Can't make it to the live sessions? Registrants will get access to all sessions for up to 90 days after the event. Register 5 or more nurses for a discounted rate of $79! #LippincottClinConf

http://ow.ly/ARzx50FbDA5

With both livestream and on demand options for the Lippincott Nursing Virtual Event, you can choose what best fits your needs and schedule. Can't make it to the live sessions? Registrants will get access to all sessions for up to 90 days after the event. Register 5 or more nurses for a discounted rate of $79! #LippincottClinConf

http://ow.ly/ARzx50FbDA5

The Lippincott Nursing virtual event on June 24th is a comprehensive, 1-day online conference for practicing nurses who ...
06/14/2021

The Lippincott Nursing virtual event on June 24th is a comprehensive, 1-day online conference for practicing nurses who provide direct patient care, as well as nurse managers and administrators. The educational sessions presented by expert speakers will motivate and inspire you with passionate, thought-provoking discussions in a condensed format to fit your busy schedule. Earn up to 16.5 CE credits – more than double the amount typically offered at 1-day live events.

http://ow.ly/D9NO50F9ZWN

The Lippincott Nursing virtual event on June 24th is a comprehensive, 1-day online conference for practicing nurses who provide direct patient care, as well as nurse managers and administrators. The educational sessions presented by expert speakers will motivate and inspire you with passionate, thought-provoking discussions in a condensed format to fit your busy schedule. Earn up to 16.5 CE credits – more than double the amount typically offered at 1-day live events.

http://ow.ly/D9NO50F9ZWN

Join your nurse colleagues by participating in this 1-day Lippincott Nursing virtual event on June 24, 2021 for only $99...
06/10/2021

Join your nurse colleagues by participating in this 1-day Lippincott Nursing virtual event on June 24, 2021 for only $99! #LippincottClinConf

http://ow.ly/R6WT50F7Jle

Join your nurse colleagues by participating in this 1-day Lippincott Nursing virtual event on June 24, 2021 for only $99! #LippincottClinConf

http://ow.ly/R6WT50F7Jle

The Lippincott Nursing virtual event (June 24) is a comprehensive, 1-day online conference for practicing nurses who pro...
06/08/2021

The Lippincott Nursing virtual event (June 24) is a comprehensive, 1-day online conference for practicing nurses who provide direct patient care, as well as nurse managers and administrators. The educational sessions presented by expert speakers will motivate and inspire you with passionate, thought-provoking discussions in a condensed format to fit your busy schedule. Earn up to 16.5 CE credits – more than double the amount typically offered at 1-day live events.

http://ow.ly/cWVC50F5D0U

The Lippincott Nursing virtual event (June 24) is a comprehensive, 1-day online conference for practicing nurses who provide direct patient care, as well as nurse managers and administrators. The educational sessions presented by expert speakers will motivate and inspire you with passionate, thought-provoking discussions in a condensed format to fit your busy schedule. Earn up to 16.5 CE credits – more than double the amount typically offered at 1-day live events.

http://ow.ly/cWVC50F5D0U

Thank you to all of our followers for your support over the years. Nursing Critical Care 2020 will be shutting down, but...
11/30/2020

Thank you to all of our followers for your support over the years. Nursing Critical Care 2020 will be shutting down, but be sure to check out our other nursing titles to receive more great nursing content. #CriticalCare #Nursing

Two medications that bind potassium in the gastrointestinal tract are indicated for hyperkalemia management. Patiromer a...
11/25/2020
A new look at managing hyperkalemia in high-risk patients : Nursing2020 Critical Care

Two medications that bind potassium in the gastrointestinal tract are indicated for hyperkalemia management. Patiromer and sodium zirconium cyclosilicate have been studied in patients with chronic kidney disease, diabetes, and heart failure. Recent studies have examined the role of potassium binders as maintenance therapy to control hyperkalemia in high-risk patients.

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of potassium binders as maintenance therapy to control hyperkalemia in high-risk patients. This strategy has an added advantage of allowing continuation of concomitant medications affecting the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system. These medications are generally well tolerated but may cause GI symp...

Thoracic endovascular aortic repair (TEVAR) has emerged as the surgical treatment of choice for patients with thoracic a...
11/24/2020
Thoracic endovascular aortic repair : Nursing2020 Critical Care

Thoracic endovascular aortic repair (TEVAR) has emerged as the surgical treatment of choice for patients with thoracic aortic aneurysm. This article focuses on the indications, contraindications, diagnostic studies, procedure, complications, nursing considerations, and patient discharge instructions for patients undergoing a TEVAR.

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ge instructions for patients undergoing a TEVAR....

Hypertriglyceridemia-induced acute pancreatitis causes significant morbidity and mortality. It is important to promptly ...
11/23/2020
Hypertriglyceridemia-induced acute pancreatitis : Nursing2020 Critical Care

Hypertriglyceridemia-induced acute pancreatitis causes significant morbidity and mortality. It is important to promptly identify the underlying etiology and deliver the appropriate care to affected patients. Management includes supportive care and attempts to lower the serum triglyceride level. A case report of a patient treated successfully with an insulin infusion is presented.

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ide level. A case report of a patient treated successfully with an insulin infusion is presented....

Despite recently published definitions and guidelines that provide a framework for the care of patients with sepsis, the...
11/20/2020
Current sepsis research: What nurses need to know : Nursing2020 Critical Care

Despite recently published definitions and guidelines that provide a framework for the care of patients with sepsis, there is no strong consensus among experts about many aspects of sepsis screening or the assessment and care of patients with sepsis. This article highlights current evidence revealed by some recent significant research studies and discusses the implications for nursing practice.

http://ow.ly/Mu0Y50CpeGL

idence revealed by some recent significant research studies and discusses the implications for nursing practice....

Alcohol use disorder can be challenging to recognize and can lead to alcohol withdrawal syndrome (AWS), a potentially li...
11/18/2020
Caring for hospitalized patients with alcohol withdrawal... : Nursing2020 Critical Care

Alcohol use disorder can be challenging to recognize and can lead to alcohol withdrawal syndrome (AWS), a potentially life-threatening disorder. As frontline clinicians, nurses are uniquely positioned to recognize, prevent, and help treat patients with AWS. This article covers how to assess for patients at risk for AWS with screening tools and how to individualize patient treatment.

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assess for patients at risk for AWS with screening tools and how to individualize patient treatment....

Nursing2020 Critical Care journal's editorial staff wish to thank the individuals listed below. Each of these individual...
11/17/2020
Nursing2020 Critical Care : Nursing2020 Critical Care

Nursing2020 Critical Care journal's editorial staff wish to thank the individuals listed below. Each of these individuals contributed one or more peer reviews from January 1, 2020, through October 1, 2020. Peer reviewers' contributions are of major importance, but are often silent. Therefore, it is with sincere gratitude that we acknowledge the contributions of these reviewers. Thank you for your service to this journal and to the critical care nursing profession!

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Happy Veterans Day!
11/11/2020

Happy Veterans Day!

The rise in direct oral anticoagulant (DOAC) use means critical care nurses must understand the reversal of these agents...
11/10/2020
Direct oral anticoagulant reversal: An update : Nursing2020 Critical Care

The rise in direct oral anticoagulant (DOAC) use means critical care nurses must understand the reversal of these agents in case of bleeding. Depending on bleed severity, as well as other criteria, pharmacologic reversal can be considered in place of supportive care alone. Knowledge of literature surrounding DOAC reversal is crucial.

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of literature surrounding DOAC reversal is crucial....

Epistaxis (nasal bleeding) is relatively common but rarely fatal. Anterior bleeding is usually managed by digital pressu...
11/05/2020
Managing epistaxis : Nursing2020 Critical Care

Epistaxis (nasal bleeding) is relatively common but rarely fatal. Anterior bleeding is usually managed by digital pressure, gentle chemical cauterization, or nasal packing. Posterior bleeding, which is less common, is characterized by massive bleeding that's initially bilateral; this bleeding may be more difficult to control. #TBT

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An abstract is unavailable.

Atrial fibrillation (AF) is one of the most common cardiac dysrhythmias. This study aimed to determine the quality of li...
11/03/2020
Quality of life in patients with atrial fibrillation: An... : Nursing2020 Critical Care

Atrial fibrillation (AF) is one of the most common cardiac dysrhythmias. This study aimed to determine the quality of life of patients with AF referred to the Al Zahra Heart Hospital in Shiraz, Iran. The authors used an AF-specific questionnaire to measure patients' responses regarding three specific dimensions of these patients' quality of life.

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ng three specific dimensions of these patients' quality of life....

The November issue of Nursing Critical Care 2020 will be its final. We want to thank all of our readers and followers wh...
11/02/2020

The November issue of Nursing Critical Care 2020 will be its final. We want to thank all of our readers and followers who have supported our journal over the past 14 years.

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Hypertriglyceridemia-induced acute pancreatitis causes significant morbidity and mortality. It is important to promptly ...
10/29/2020
Hypertriglyceridemia-induced acute pancreatitis : Nursing2020 Critical Care

Hypertriglyceridemia-induced acute pancreatitis causes significant morbidity and mortality. It is important to promptly identify the underlying etiology and deliver the appropriate care to affected patients. Management includes supportive care and attempts to lower the serum triglyceride level. A case report of a patient treated successfully with an insulin infusion is presented.

http://ow.ly/12M850C6mDn

ide level. A case report of a patient treated successfully with an insulin infusion is presented....

Incomplete spinal cord injury is challenging to diagnose and treat. This overview of Brown-Séquard syndrome outlines key...
10/29/2020
Solving the puzzle of Brown-Séquard syndrome : Nursing2020 Critical Care

Incomplete spinal cord injury is challenging to diagnose and treat. This overview of Brown-Séquard syndrome outlines key assessment and nursing considerations important to enhancing recovery outcomes.

http://ow.ly/qqlU50C6n5j

Abstract: Incomplete spinal cord injury is challenging to diagnose and treat. This overview of Brown-Séquard syndrome outlines key assessment and nursing considerations important to enhancing recovery outcomes.

Despite recently published definitions and guidelines that provide a framework for the care of patients with sepsis, the...
10/27/2020
Current sepsis research: What nurses need to know : Nursing2020 Critical Care

Despite recently published definitions and guidelines that provide a framework for the care of patients with sepsis, there is no strong consensus among experts about many aspects of sepsis screening or the assessment and care of patients with sepsis. This article highlights current evidence revealed by some recent significant research studies and discusses the implications for nursing practice.

http://ow.ly/XKvG50C3TA4

idence revealed by some recent significant research studies and discusses the implications for nursing practice....

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