Wednesday 17 Sep 2014

Free Critical Care Supplement

Nurses need to be proactive in a critical care setting but this requires expert knowledge.

When it comes to critical care, nurses are often the key provider of information to patients, relatives and other members of the interdisciplinary team, it is therefore essential that nurses have the relevant skills and understanding required of their role. With the right knowledge nurses can reduce the risk of complications, the number of critical care bed days and improve patient outcomes.

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In this Critical Care Supplement, British Journal of Nursing looks at key areas affecting Critical Care nursing.

These are just a few of the issues addressed in this supplement published by BJN:

  • How can tight control of blood glucose reduce morbidity and mortality in a critical care setting?
  • What is the blood glucose level that defines hyperglycaemia?
  • How often should blood glucose levels be monitored?
  • What are the challenges faced by transplant patients?
  • How can nurses help prepare patients and family members for the many challenges associated with transplantation?
  • What are the potential physical and psychosocial complications that can develop post-renal transplantation?

Don't miss out on this exclusive Critical Care Supplement brought to you by British Journal of Nursing.