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ICPMInternational Classification of Procedures in Medicine
ICPMInternational Centre for Pension Management (Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto; Canada)
ICPMIntroductory Certificate in Project Management (various organizations)
ICPMInternational Conference on Pharmaceutical Medicine
ICPMInternational College of Psychosomatic Medicine (est. 1970)
ICPMIncidental Carrier Phase Modulation
ICPMInvestment Counsel and Portfolio Manager
ICPMIntracranial Pressure Monitoring
ICPMInternational Community for Project Managers
ICPMIPSec Configuration Policy Model
ICPMInternational Commission for the Protection of the Meuse (River)
ICPMInsitute of Certified Professional Managers
ICPMInternational Cultural Project Management Ltd.
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* Identify and understand important and diverse types of Intracranial Pressure Monitoring Devices under development
Intracranial pressure monitoring in brain-injured patients is associated with worsening of survival.
Duration of intracranial pressure monitoring does not predict daily risk of infectious complications.
The 14 capabilities polled were intracranial pressure monitoring, arterial blood pressure monitoring, central venous pressure monitoring, hourly neurological checks, management of external ventricular drains, management of lumbar drains, post-tPA monitoring, post-operative craniotomy monitoring, postoperative transsphenoidal monitoring, care of subarachnoid hemorrhage patients starting at day 5, titration of labetalol, nicardipine, diltiazem, and esmolol.
NINDS traumatic coma data bank: intracranial pressure monitoring methodology.
Intracranial pressure monitoring for traumatic brain injury in the modern era.
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to describe nursing practice in the care of patients with intracranial pressure monitoring. Although standards for care of such patients have been established, there continue to be variations in the nursing practice.
This new clinical practice guideline is based on current evidence and practice standards and replaces two previous American Association of Neuroscience Nursing guidelines: Care of the Patient With Intracranial Pressure Monitoring and Care of the Patient With a Lumbar Drain.