Critical Care Nurse Videos
Medical Device–Related Pressure Injuries
The purpose of the study was to decrease the rate of medical device–related pressure injuries.
Family Presence During Pediatric Resuscitation
The authors aimed to increase nurses’ confidence with family presence during pediatric resuscitation through an educational intervention.
Pediatric Delirium Screening
The authors describe implementing a delirium screening protocol in a pediatric intensive care unit.
Wearable Sensors for Pressure Injury Prevention
In this article, the authors report using wearable sensors on patients to help decrease the documentation burden on critical care nurses.
Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children
In this article, the authors review what is currently known about multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children.
Changing Disposal Practices of Propofol
In this article, the authors explore one solution to effectively reduce the drug diversion risk and the negative ecological impact of propofol waste.
Nurse Managers, Stress, and Healthy Work Environments
This article recommends ways nurse managers can use the AACN Healthy Work Environment standards to manage nurse stress productively.
Oral Care in Noninvasive Ventilation
This study reviews the evidence regarding oral care in critically ill patients requiring noninvasive ventilation.
Case Report: Extrapyramidal Symptoms in Treatment for Delirium
This report describes a case of antipsychotic-induced akathisia.
Nursing Management of Prone Positioning in Patients With COVID-19
Filippo Binda, MSN, CCRN, describes using prone positioning as a rescue therapy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Using In Situ Simulation to Develop a Prone Positioning Protocol for Patients With ARDS
Jessica Montanaro, MSN, RN, describes using simulation to develop a prone positioning protocol for patients with ARDS.
Increasing Critical Care Nurse Engagement of Palliative Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Clareen Wiencek, PhD, RN, ACNP, ACHPN, and William E. Rosa, PhD, MBE, ACHPN, talk about integrating palliative care into critical care.
Journal Writing by Families in Critical Care
Cara Gallegos, PhD, RN, talks about how journal writing can help families.