ICU websites - page 3
I thought I would start a thread on different ICU websites and everyone can add to it as they like. First site has to be Mark Hammerschmidt's excellent site An Aussie link (of course) ... Read More
Mar 24, '06Mark's faqs are definetely wonderful! Not only informative, but also fun to read. Even for a seasoned nurse there's something to be learned!
Mar 26, '06This is heaven!! Thank you all so much!! This is invaluable info / resources to have. I have mark hammershmidt's book and I love it.
Jun 26, '06blood gases manual
chest pain manual
these are written by "the founder of Mad Scientist, Dr. Bruce Argyle, MD is an experienced physician and is currently Chief of Emergency Medicine at Cottonwood Hospital Medical Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. He is also a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians, recently serving as President of the Utah Chapter."
they are concise, easy to understand and well written. he has cd's available for individual health care providers as well as group rates for hospitals or schools. i'm really impressed by the text. if i had the money, i would get the cd's, because i personally learn better by doing rather than reading, but it's pretty easy to absorb these texts.
Jul 25, '06The Louisiana Attorney General has accused two RN's and an MD of committing murder of patients in Memorial Hospital after Katrina struck.
I spent 5 days in a New Orleans hospital after katrina, and he did not do a single thing to help anyone anywhere after katrina. The conditions were horrible, and the "evidence" being flouted by him to smear their characters would make a first semester nursing student laugh, if it were not so tragic.
These nurses heroically stayed on the job when the rest of the world abandoned them.
The ball is in the New Orleans District Attorney, Eddie Jordan's hands. At this point the best way to help is to contact him and encourage him to drop the matter and not proceed further with prosecution.
I know a friend from Memorial who knows these two nurses. Imagine the best and most dedicated icu nurses you know, and these two women are those.
Aug 23, '06Quote from sdrakonThanks for the site. My granddaughter is going to study in Italy this fall (art history), so I am trying to learn a little Italian. I only know a few words, but your site will be a place for me to both read Italian, and learn what you all are doing in ICU in Italy.Hi, I am an italian nurse Gigi I want sign my new intensive care site
Thanks again! Merimo
Oct 8, '06Hi, everyone!
Thank you for sharing so freely such great links.
I am sending here some nursing links for francophiles. Please, add more if you have any. They are pretty difficult to find and somehow some are less user friendly and interesting than the american ones.
Any francophones out there? May be we should start a tread (if we ever get enough participants!), that could be interesting.:studyowl:
Feb 5, '07I just have to say the ICU faqs website is one of the best I've seen. It contains a ton of information. I have referred many new grad's starting in the ICU and many preceptors to the site and they found the site was very helpful and informative. Thanks for providing thinfo : )
Mar 22, '07Last edit by sirI on May 2, '07 : Reason: Please use English - thanks
May 1, '07Thanks and welcome phiposurde!
Very good contribution!
Marie ConnyLast edit by sirI on May 2, '07 : Reason: Please use English per TOS - thanks!
Jun 22, '07This site has good critical care educational resources, from waveform analysis exercises, ICU calculators, etc. Enjoy!
Jul 4, '07wow its wonder fulQuote from gwenithI thought I would start a thread on different ICU websites and everyone can add to it as they like.
First site has to be Mark Hammerschmidt's excellent site http://www.icufaqs.org/
An Aussie link (of course)
Evidence Based Practice
A good site for learning although medical is
Emergency Nursing World
I'll add more as I find them - hope these are a help
Jul 21, '07the five p's spell postive outcomes for ards patients
use these evidence-based interventions to avoid the
dangers of ards, its complications, and its therapy