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And less than 1% of all people discharged from critical care were readmitted within 48 hours.
Critical care is one of the newly developed medical specialties and critically ill patients now survive longer due to technological advances.
It is a great honour for us to welcome the board and delegates from the World Federation of Critical Care Nurses to the 2007 Congress.
2, 2007) -- "Bliss 10-ICU Awarded Critical Care Beacon Award.
One of the fathers of modern critical care, Martin Holmdahl, developed a system with the aid of his head nurse in Uppsala, Sweden, whereby no patient requiring ventilator support was ever left without knowing that a person was present.
As the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses' bimonthly clinical practice journal for high acuity, progressive and critical care nurses, CCN is a trusted source for information related to the bedside care of critically and acutely ill patients.
Jose Beso, former President of SVMC and current President of the World Federation of Societies of Intensive Care and Critical Care Medicine (WFSICCM) co-hosted the conference, during which the Council meeting of WFSICCM was held.
Clinical nurse specialists are uniquely prepared to improve the care of patient populations - whether in acute and critical care settings, the ambulatory/clinic setting or in the transition of patients between settings," Tracy said.
The CACCN is a non-profit, specialty organization dedicated to maintaining and enhancing the quality of patient- and family-centred care by meeting educational needs of critical care nurses.
Some time ago I was asked to write an editorial for Critical Times, which is published by the Australian College of Critical Care Nurses (ACCCN).
This focus is particularly evident in critical care units, where the technology, work flow, and unit design emphasize standard interventions aimed at the eradication of disease, often at the expense of more individualized and holistic healing practices.

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