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  1. Ventilator circuit changes
    I work in an Intensive Care Unit in England and I am interested in finding out how often you change your ventilator circuits in the US. At the North Staffs Hospital, West Midlands, we have a...
    Nov 5, '00
    Forum: MICU / SICU Nursing
  2. Voluntary work in India
    A friend of mine is currently trying to decide whether to take a six month sabbatical in India to work at Gwalior Children's Hospital on the Gwallior Project. A leaflet was posted up in our...
    Jul 16, '00
    Forum: World Nursing
  3. double checking insulin doses
    I work in a large Intensive Care Unit in the UK and believe me, everything imaginable is double-checked!! We double check all IV drugs and have to see them actually being set up for...
    Jul 12, '00
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  4. double checking insulin doses
    I work in a large Intensive Care Unit in the UK and believe me, everything imaginable is double-checked!! We double check all IV drugs and have to see them actually being set up for...
    Jul 12, '00
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  5. Drug errors
    In the ICU I work in, we also give potassium peripherally via litre bags of maintenance fluid, such as 0.9% saline. We may use 20 - 60 mmol (is that the same as your milliequivalents?). The error...
    Jul 4, '00
    Forum: Nursing Issues On Patient Safety
  6. Drug errors
    Yesterday I made a drug error. I have been qualified nearly 9 months and have worked on ICU since then. My patient was a neuro patient who had no CVP line in, just an arterial line and on analysing...
    Jun 26, '00
    Forum: Nursing Issues On Patient Safety


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