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Early Sepsis in Children Assessment by Parents: an Evaluation
Sepsis is one of the leading causes of death in children worldwide. The death rate among children caused by sepsis is around 10-20% globally. No figures are available in the UK about the number of deaths in children who ...
The prevalence and management of deteriorating patients in an Australian emergency department
(Elsevier BV, 2020-09-09)
Outcomes sensitive to critical care nurse staffing levels: A systematic review protocol
Variation in nurse staffing levels have been linked to outcomes such as patient mortality and nurse burnout. However, previous reviews on staffing have either excluded critical care settings or focused on other settings ...
Outcomes sensitive to critical care nurse staffing levels: A systematic review
The financial cost of sharps injuries
(Mark Allen Group, 2020-11-02)
<jats:p> Research into sharps injuries has focused on the volume of incidents and, to a smaller degree, the psychological impact of those incidents. This narrative literature review instead explored the financial cost of ...
Identifying the health care-initiated and self-initiated interventions used by women for the management of rectal emptying difficulty secondary to obstructive defecation: a scoping review protocol.
OBJECTIVE: This scoping review aims to identify interventions used by women for the management of rectal emptying difficulty secondary to obstructive defecation. INTRODUCTION: Rectal emptying difficulty is typically a ...
Admission Decision-Making in Hospital Emergency Departments: The Role of the Accompanying Person
(SAGE Publications, 2020-06-18)
<jats:p> In resource-stretched emergency departments, people accompanying patients play key roles in patients’ care. This article presents analysis of the ways health professionals and accompanying persons talked about ...
How can frontline expertise and new models of care best contribute to safely reducing avoidable acute admissions? A mixed-methods study of four acute hospitals
(National Institute for Health Research, 2016-02-01)
Background: Hospital emergency admissions have risen annually, exacerbating pressures on emergency departments (EDs) and acute medical units. These pressures have an adverse impact on patient experience and potentially ...