Surviving sudden loss: when life, death, and technology collide.

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Patients who survive sudden cardiac arrest are at risk for anxiety, depression, and other psychosocial difficulties. By exploring the impact of surviving sudden cardiac arrest as it relates to the expectations and emotions of patients and their families, nurses can promote realistic and readily usable processes for facilitation of healthy grieving, adaptive… (More)

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@article{Clements2004SurvivingSL, title={Surviving sudden loss: when life, death, and technology collide.}, author={Paul Thomas Clements and Holly J Stenerson}, journal={Journal of vascular nursing : official publication of the Society for Peripheral Vascular Nursing}, year={2004}, volume={22 4}, pages={134-7} }