Should enteral or IV vitamin C become standard of care in the treatment of patients with sepsis?
No significant difference seen in cycle threshold values based on variant, regardless of vaccination status.
Expert provides updates on pharmacologic treatments for COVID-19 infection in hospitalized children and teens.
Researchers conducted a study to determine the clinical and demographic characteristics associated with an increased risk for severe COVID-19 infection among children.
Nurses with greater severity of mental health symptoms were more likely to rate the quality of care in their work units as poor.
Hospitals that employ more inpatient NPs show improved patient outcomes, greater staff nurse satisfaction, and lower surgical mortality and cost of care.
The AHA now says to put on PPE before performing CPR in patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 in cardiac arrest
Expert calls Pennsylvania’s hospital strike teams short-sighted and a distraction from urgently needed evidence-based policy actions to improve nurse staffing issues.
The updated CHEST guideline on antithrombotic therapy for VTE includes 4 new PICO questions as well as updated recommendations based on newer evidence.
Poor patient-to-nursing staffing ratios were associated with adverse health outcomes for Medicare patients in Illinois, including greater mortality risk and longer lengths of stay.
Nursing simulation intervention improves compliance with guidelines on time to first shock in ICU patients with ventricular fibrillation or tachycardia
However, most common product type and intent of use associated with these visits vary by age.
The ASA suggests presurgical strategies to avoid postsurgical opioid reliance.
Authors of a commentary assessed the role of IL-1 receptor antagonism, specifically anakinra, in the treatment of patients with severe COVID-19.
A public health emergency has been declared in Louisiana and Mississippi after Hurricane Ida caused power outages amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Despite being the most vulnerable population, a significant portion of older adult patients hospitalized with severe COVID-19 survived the infection, including those treated in an intensive care unit.
Common risk events during intrahospital patient transport from ED included limb trapping/displacement, collisions, IV line or catheter issues
Investigators assessed the relationship between abnormal liver function tests and severe COVID-19 disease course.
Researchers used latent variable modeling and a patient-centered analytic approach to identify subgroups of patients with distinct chemotherapy-induced nausea profiles.
Pneumonia prevention interventions such as proper oral care, head-of-bed elevation, and incentive spirometry, are not being provided to most patients outside the ICU, leading to greater than two-thirds of hospital-acquired pneumonia.