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ICU patient diaries may be therapeutic after discharge

Critical Care SmartBrief | Dec 16, 2014

ICU diaries are not commonly used in the U.S., but they may be a therapeutic tool for patients, Australian researchers wrote in the Journal of Clinical Nursing. The study team wrote evidence suggests use of ICU diaries may reduce post-discharge psychological complications and should be further investigated. PhysiciansBriefing.com (12/15)


Study: Isotonic fluid better for pediatric maintenance hydration

Critical Care SmartBrief | Dec 12, 2014

CCI: Protocol gets TAVR patients home faster without harming care

Critical Care SmartBrief | Dec 12, 2014

Study: Added prebiotics fail to improve microbiota in EN patients

Critical Care SmartBrief | Dec 16, 2014

Long-term study supports safety of smaller transfusions

Critical Care SmartBrief | Dec 16, 2014

Early severe flu cases send 115 patients to Ill. ICUs

Critical Care SmartBrief | Dec 16, 2014

Superbugs could cause 10M extra deaths a year by 2050, experts warn

Critical Care SmartBrief | Dec 12, 2014

Some pediatric brain injury patients need seizure monitoring

Critical Care SmartBrief | Dec 12, 2014

Research looks at lifetime costs of ICU transfer for intracerebral hemorrhage

Critical Care SmartBrief | Dec 12, 2014

Nearly half of pediatric hospital patients receive risky drug combos

Critical Care SmartBrief | Dec 16, 2014


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