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Exploration of a rapid response team model of care: A descriptive dual methods study
Available online 26 August 2022, 103294AbstractBackgroundAvoidable in-patient clinical deterioration results in serious ad...
Mental well-being of ICU nurses after the second surge of the COVID-19 pandemic: A cross-sectional and longitudinal study
Available online 22 August 2022, 103313AbstractObjectivesTo determine the impact of the second surge of the COVID-19 pande...
Poor long-term recovery after critical COVID-19 during 12 months longitudinal follow-up
ObjectivesThis study aimed to describe the burden of illness and impact on health and working situation among former inten...
Animal-assisted activities in the intensive care unit: A scoping review
Available online 6 August 2022, 103304AbstractBackgroundAnimal-assisted activities have demonstrated benefits for patients...
Moral distress, emotional impact and coping in intensive care unit staff during the COVID-19 outbreak
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The lived experience by patients and family members of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation: A qualitative study
Available online 4 August 2022, 103307Highlights•Families are essential for helping patients make sense of their ECMO expe...
Visual and auditory stimulation for patients in the intensive care unit: A mixed-method study
Available online 2 August 2022, 103306Highlights•Former patients want to be visually stimulated via photographs and televi...
Informing the standardising of care for prolonged stay patients in the ICU: A scoping review of quality improvement tools
Available online 3 August 2022, 103302AbstractObjectivesTo inform design of quality improvement (QI) tools specific to pat...
Family support in intensive care units during COVID-19 visit ban: a multinational Delphi Study during first COVID-19 wave
Available online 2 August 2022, 103308AbstractObjectivesThis study assessed opinions and experiences of healthcare profess...
Walking on ECMO – Don’t try this at home
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Walking on ECMO support: An analysis of videos shared on social media
Volume 72, October 2022, 103253Previous article in issueNext article in issueKeywordsECMOExtracorporeal membrane oxygenati...
Missed nursing care in the critical care unit, before and during the COVID-19 pandemic: A comparative cross-sectional study
Volume 72, October 2022, 103276AbstractObjectivesTo describe and evaluate reported missed nursing care in the critical car...
Time to combine: Integrating physical therapy and nutrition
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The mental health impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Canadian critical care nurses
Volume 71, August 2022, 103241AbstractObjectiveFocusing on Canadian critical care nurses (CCNs), the study objectives were...
Masseter muscle pressure injury: First report of a prone position complication in patients with COVID-19
Volume 71, August 2022, 103251AbstractWe report the case of a 59-year-old, obese woman who underwent prolonged prone posit...
Open visting hours: A part of patient centred care in the intensive care unit
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Mobile phones as a vector for Healthcare-Associated Infection: A systematic review
Available online 7 June 2022, 103266AbstractIntroductionMobile phones have become indispensable accessories of both our so...
A cross-sectional study evaluating the relationship between followership type and burnout amongst critical care followers
Available online 7 June 2022, 103275AbstractIntroductionHealthcare teams include both leaders and followers, with follower...
Sepsis protocols to reduce mortality in resource-restricted settings: A systematic review
Available online 7 June 2022, 103255Highlights•Standardised sepsis protocols were associated with a significant decrease i...
Surviving an intensive care unit stay – Do we know if intensive care unit survivors go back to life?
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Parental psychosocial needs in Brazilian paediatric intensive care units
Available online 4 June 2022, 103277AbstractBackgroundHaving children admitted in the intensive care unit is a demanding e...
International variation in length of stay in intensive care units and the impact of patient-to-nurse ratios
Available online 4 June 2022, 103265Highlights•This is the first and largest evaluation of ICU length of stay across 57 co...
Critical care nurses’ perception of moral distress in intensive care during the COVID -19 pandemic – a pilot study
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The Examination of Stress Symptoms and Posttraumatic Growth in the Patients Diagnosed with Covid-19
Available online 2 June 2022, 103274AbstractObjectiveCOVID-19 infection can profoundly affect patients' lives. Coping with...