Nursing considerations to complement the Surviving Sepsis Campaign guidelines.

@article{Aitken2011NursingCT,
  title={Nursing considerations to complement the Surviving Sepsis Campaign guidelines.},
  author={Leanne M Aitken and Ged F. Williams and Maurene A. Harvey and Stijn Blot and Ruth Kleinpell and Sonia O. Labeau and A. Harold Marshall and Gillian Ray-Barruel and Patricia A. Moloney-Harmon and Wayne Robson and Alexander L. P. Johnson and Pang Nguk Lan and Tom Ahrens},
  journal={Critical care medicine},
  year={2011},
  volume={39 7},
  pages={
          1800-18
        }
}
OBJECTIVES To provide a series of recommendations based on the best available evidence to guide clinicians providing nursing care to patients with severe sepsis. DESIGN Modified Delphi method involving international experts and key individuals in subgroup work and electronic-based discussion among the entire group to achieve consensus. METHODS We used the Surviving Sepsis Campaign guidelines as a framework to inform the structure and content of these guidelines. We used the Grades of… CONTINUE READING
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