Patient Transitions Into Critical Care
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Professional Development and Education, Quality and Patient Safety, 2024, 00:06:58
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"This article was first published in the Winter 2024 issue of Critical Connections.

Pre-ICU care involves frequent transitions, creating a high risk for cognitive and system errors. This article describes clinical momentum in the initial phase of critical illness and identifies the initial phase of ICU care as an opportunity to reassess assumptions and realign the care trajectory with evidence-based practice and patient goals of care.

Critical Connections, the critical care industry’s only newsmagazine, provides information on cutting-edge topics in critical care useful to the entire multiprofessional team."
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Knowledge Area Professional Development and Education
Knowledge Area Quality and Patient Safety
Membership Level Associate
Membership Level Professional
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Tag Medical Education
Tag Evidence Based Medicine
Year 2024
critical care quality improvement
clinical momentum
ICU reassessment
evidence-based practices
multidisciplinary team engagement
patient goals of care
decision-making aids
lung-protective ventilation
sedation practices
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Professional Development and Education
Quality and Patient Safety
Medical Education
Evidence Based Medicine


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