Melanie A. Crowley

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Do Emergency Department patients receiving procedural sedation/analgesia who are monitored with capnography, as compared to those monitored per common practice (vital signs, pulse oximetry, and clinical assessment), have better outcomes because hypoventilation and apnea are detected earlier during sedation and recovery? ENA's Emergency Nursing Resources ("(More)
Does family presence have a positive or negative influence on the patient, family and staff during invasive procedures and resuscitation? ENA's Emergency Nursing Resources (" ENR ") are developed by ENA members to provide emergency nurses with evidence-based information to utilize and implement in their care of emergency patients and families. Each ENR(More)
Is there evidence of pain and distress reduction in pediatric patients who receive analgesic or anxiolytic interventions compared to those who do not during minor invasive procedures in the ED? ENA's Emergency Nursing Resources (ENRs) are developed by ENA members to provide emergency nurses with evidence-based information to utilize and implement in their(More)
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