- Full text PDF available (1)
- This year (0)
- Last 5 years (1)
- Last 10 years (1)
Journals and Conferences
This discussion presented the most common causes of postoperative pulmonary complications. The categories of obstruction, hypoxemia, and hypoventilation were used for structure, with the most common causes of each identified. Problems and patients at risk for these problems have been identified along with treatment priorities. The reader is reminded that… (More)
Stroke is a leading cause of acquired disability resulting in distal upper extremity functional motor impairment. Stroke mortality rates continue to decline with advances in healthcare and medical technology. This has led to an increased demand for advanced, personalized rehabilitation. Survivors often experience some level of spontaneous recovery shortly… (More)
Athletes with injuries or pain are being wired in a whole new way today, as transcutaneous neural stimulation is used for rehabilitation and analgesia.
Changing the system from measuring blood gases through invasive measures to using noninvasive pulse oximetry is a challenge in the Critical Care Unit where invasive techniques are taken for granted. The authors report a project that was successful in increasing the use of noninvasive monitoring techniques by critical care nurses in a Surgical Intensive Care… (More)
Ten patients who presented with nonmosaic plantar warts were treated with a new polymeric matrix patch delivery system containing salicylic acid USP, 21 percent. Clinicians then assessed the potential value of this patch system in terms of efficacy, length of treatment time required, patient compliance, and tolerance.