Critical Care Nursing

Critical care nursing deals specifically with the patients who are at high risk for life threatening problems. The patient is kept under continuous vigilance and appropriate care is given. Critical care physicians make sure that the patient gets direct treatment, intensity interventions and therapies and daily assesments. Critical care nursing is to safeguard and monitor the quality of care that the patient receives. Critical care nursing includes the sub-specialties of pediatric, neonatal and adult nursing practice.

Related Journals of Critical Care Nursing

Journal of Nursing & Care, Journal of Clinical Trials, Critical Care Obstetrics and Gynecology, Intensive and Critical Care Nursing, Critical Care Nursing Quarterly, Critical Care Nursing Clinics of North America, Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing.

 

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