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The effect of cardiopulmonary resuscitation training on psychological variables of cardiac rehabilitation patients.
As a component of cardiac rehabilitation (CR), cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training is widely recommended. These recommendations advocate the importance of offering CPR training to cardiacExpand
Patient Satisfaction With Innovative Nurse Practitioner Cardiology Services
Abstract Collaboration occurred between two cardiology advanced nurse practitioners in two separate hospitals in Ireland to offer an evidence-based equitable service for patients who present withExpand
Advanced nurse practitioner registration in Ireland: An RANP cardiology's experience
Advanced nursing practice in Ireland is tightly regulated by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI) with a structured framework for registered advanced nurse practitioner/advanced midwifeExpand
Discharge of Non–Acute Coronary Syndrome Chest Pain Patients From Emergency Care to an Advanced Nurse Practitioner–Led Chest Pain Clinic: A Cross-Sectional Study of Referral Source and Final Diagnosis
Background: Chest pain is a common presentation to emergency departments (EDs). Pathways for patients with non–acute coronary syndrome (ACS) chest pain are not optimal. An advanced cardiologyExpand
Discharge planning in a cardiology out-patient clinic: a clinical audit.
  • S. Ingram, B. Khan
  • Medicine
  • International journal of health care quality…
  • 13 August 2014
PURPOSE The purpose of this paper is to audit the active discharge (DC) planning process in a general cardiology clinic, by pre-assessing patients' medical notes and highlighting those suitable forExpand
1232: Assessment of Anxiety and Depression in Cardiac Rehabilitation Patients Over 1 Year
ing in Hellas was also identified. The national policy, administrative policies, absence of professional protection, rituals within the organizations, the various levels of nursing education, and lowExpand
35 Comparison of the heart and grace risk stratification tools in predicting significant coronary artery disease in patients presenting with non acs chest pain to the emergency department
Introduction Chest pain is one of the most common presenting complaints in the Emergency Department (ED) accounting for approximately 10% of total ED visits. Clinicians are often challenged inExpand
Referral for chest X-ray during pregnancy: considerations and concerns for the registered nurse referrer of medical ionising radiation
In Ireland, nurse referral of medical ionising radiation has been in practice for 10 years. The chest X-ray is a key investigation for the patient who presents with acute chest pain. For nurses wor...
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