Critical Care Focus Series 12: The Psychological Challenges of Intensive Care download epub
by Saxon Ridley
Start by marking The Psychological Challenges of Intensive Care (Critical Care Focus Serie) as Want to Read . The twelfth volume in the Critical Care Focus series, concentrates on the psychological consequences of critical illness.
Start by marking The Psychological Challenges of Intensive Care (Critical Care Focus Serie) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The volume comprises of transcripts of lectures delivered at The Intensive Care Society’s Focus Meeting held in February 2004. The lectures were given by internationally renowned experts and concentrate on this often neglected aspect of patient care.
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Besides providing physical care, the nurses should assess the psychological and emotional responses of the children .
Besides providing physical care, the nurses should assess the psychological and emotional responses of the children and their parents. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text. Citations (2). References (12). Parents, relieved that their child is alive, often face the challenge of caring for a child with a chronic illness and must make healthcare decisions that have life-long consequences.
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Futility in ICU: Optimum care for the hopelessly ill Dr Saxon Ridley Ymgynghorydd Anestheteg Ysbyty .
Futility in ICU: Optimum care for the hopelessly ill Dr Saxon Ridley Ymgynghorydd Anestheteg Ysbyty Glan Clwyd, Y Rhyl, Sir Ddinbych The problem Yes, there are patients who are too sick for intensive care. Despite our wonderful advances and even anticipating future progress, there will always be patients too sick for intensive care. The challenge is for us to identify them in ways that is fair to them and the growing number of patients who can benefit from our services
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Understanding the diversity across healthcare systems allows us to explore that rich variability and understand better the nature of delivery systems and their impact on outcomes. Yet, in many countries the ICU capacity remains unknown. This variability in definition of intensive care (different staffing intensity, different patient type or acuity) clearly impacts the ability to compare care for critically ill patients.
In: Ridley S, ed. Critical Care Focus 12: Psychological challenges of Intensive care. Oxford: Blackwell publishing 2005: 72-79. Bergbom I, Svensson C, Berggren E, Kamsula M. Patients' and relatives' opinions and feelings about diaries kept by nurses in an intensive care unit: pilot study. Intensive Crit Care Nurs. Critical Care 2010; 14: R168.