2014/15: "One ongoing concern, especially with the potential for increased donor numbers following the legislative change, is our lack of Critical Care
Latest figures show that 83% of patients were discharged from critical care
units to another ward in 2014/15 - an increase from 79% in 2011/12.
High replacement rate of critical care
devices, growing medical tourism in Asia, and development of multi-parameter monitors are some other prime factors offering growth opportunities for players in the critical care
Over the next few years, the committee will be strengthening the profile of the newly established college, promoting opportunities for continued professional development for critical care
nurses, and profiling critical care
nurses and critical care
nursing in New Zealand.
The Welsh Government said problems were also caused by the current configuration of critical care
beds, with beds spread over 17 sites.
A large contributor to the development of emotional exhaustion and, ultimately, burnout in critical care
nurses is stress (Bakker et al.
A multidisciplinary team from TICU presented and discussed implementation of guidelines, critical care
patient family handbook, patient mobilisation and electrolyte replacement therapy.
For example, if a critical care
association was to provide a position statement on feeding the critically ill patient, would it have the same relevance to emergency department nurses as it would have to intensive care nurses or anaesthetic nurses?
Emergency physicians have been receiving advanced training through critical care
fellowships since the late 1980s, but there was never a pathway to board certification, Dr.
12, 2007) -- "Riverside Methodist Hospital (Columbus, Ohio) Recognized for Critical Care
Below Juan Scribante has provided more information about the development of the Clinical Trials Group which has been established to facilitate research in critical care
in southern Africa.
The change from the use of iron lungs, which were expensive and cumbersome, to prolonged positive pressure ventilation through a cuffed endotracheal or tracheostomy tube was an essential factor in the development of critical care