CE Articles

November 2010

Elevated Cardiac Troponin I and Functional Recovery and Disability in Patients After Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

September 2010

Multifactor Clinical Score and Outcome of Mechanical Ventilation Weaning Trials: Burns Wean Assessment Program
Perceived Support Among Families Deciding About Organ Donation for Their Loved Ones: Donor Vs Nondonor Next Of Kin
Signs and Symptoms of Heart Failure: Are You Asking the Right Questions?

July 2010

Differences in Level of Care at the End of Life According to Race
Patient Satisfaction and Documentation of Pain Assessments and Management After Implementing the Adult Nonverbal Pain Scale
Reliability of Intrabladder Pressure Measurement in Intensive Care

May 2010

Behavioral Determinants of Hand Hygiene Compliance in Intensive Care Units
Certification, Empowerment, and Intent to Leave Current Position and the Profession Among Critical Care Nurses
Critical Care Clinicians’ Knowledge of Evidence-Based Guidelines for Preventing Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia

March 2010

Current Practice in Airway Management: A Descriptive Evaluation
Cardiac Surgical Nurses’ Use of Atrial Electrograms to Improve Diagnosis of Arrhythmia
Impact of Morbidity and Mortality Conferences on Analysis of Mortality and Critical Events in Intensive Care Practice

January 2010

Monitor Alarm Fatigue: Standardizing Use of Physiological Monitors and Decreasing Nuisance Alarms
Isolation Precautions for Methicillin-Resistant <italic>Staphylococcus aureus:</italic> Electronic Surveillance to Monitor Adherence
Reliability and Validity of the Face, Legs, Activity, Cry, Consolability Behavioral Tool in Assessing Acute Pain in Critically Ill Patients

November 2009

Evaluating Central Venous Catheter Care in a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Reducing Use of Indwelling Urinary Catheters and Associated Urinary Tract Infections
Positive Effects of a Nursing Intervention on Family-Centered Care in Adult Critical Care

September 2009

Surrogate Consent for Genomics Research in Intensive Care