AJCC

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AJCCAmerican Joint Committee on Cancer
AJCCAmerican Journal of Critical Care (journal of the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses)
AJCCAlternate Joint Communications Center
AJCCAmerican Jersey Cattle Club
AJCCAtlanta Jewish Community Center
AJCCAssociation of Jewish Community Centers
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4, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Exercise physiologists can provide safe and effective early mobilization in intensive care units (ICUs), according to a study published in the September issue of the American Journal of Critical Care.
A report in the American Journal of Critical Care found that AAT improved physiological and psychological functions in patients hospitalized with heart failure.
Bryant, "Oral care interventions in critical care: Frequency and documentation," American Journal of Critical Care, vol.
DeSane, "Clinical evaluation of a flexible fecal incontinence management system," American Journal of Critical Care, vol.
Garrett has been published in Infection Control Today, Managing Infection Control, Provider, The Assisted Living Journal, The American Journal of Long Term Care, American Journal of Critical Care, and in several Mosby Saunders medical textbooks.
As per a recent survey in U.S., published in American Journal of Critical Care healthcare professional believe that telehealth-ICU's are improving the productivity of healthcare facilities.
Association of sleep and fatigue with decision regret among critical care nurses American Journal of Critical Care, 23, 13-23.
The findings were reported in the September 2014 issue of the American Journal of Critical Care. *
Fatigued nurses are more likely to express concern that they made a wrong decision about a patient's care, according to a study in the January issue of American Journal of Critical Care (AJCC).
The results were reported in the British Journal of Nutrition and the American Journal of Critical Care. ( ANI )
The one time when it's important, people may not look," says Maria Cvach, R.N., co-author of "Monitor Alarm Fatigue: Standardizing Use of Physiological Monitors and Decreasing Nuisance Alarms" in the January 2010 American Journal of Critical Care. Customizing alarm limits for individual patients may help.
Kaye J, Heald GR, Morton J, Weaver T 2001 Patency of radial arterial catheters American Journal of Critical Care 10 (2) 104-111
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