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Transition for young adults with special health care needs: Recommendations of the committee on NANEAS of pediatric Chilean society
Medicine in the world has changed, and Chile hasn't been left out of this reality. Advances in therapies for chronic diseases, neonatal intensive care, and critical care, have made children survive and improve infant ...
Caring for organ donors: The intensive care unit nurses' view
The nursing care for patients who are pronounced brain-dead but kept alive to serve as organ donors demands technical-scientific skills and the ability to handle situations that are often in conflict with the traditional ...
Real daily costs of patients admitted to public intensive care unitsCostos reales de tratamientos intensivos por paciente y día cama
(SOC MEDICA SANTIAGO, BERNARDA MORIN 488 PROVIDENCIA, CASILLA 168 CORREO 55, SANTIAGO 9, 00000, CHILE, 2013)
Cuidado desenvolvimental da teoria à prática do enfermeiro em unidade neonatal
(Universidade Federal de São CarlosUFSCarPrograma de Pós-graduação em EnfermagemCâmpus São Carlos, 2017-02-21)
Premature infants are usually referred to a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and experience their initial development in this context. This environment has assistive technology that can assure its survival, but, paradoxically, ...
Palliative care for terminally ill patients in the intensive care unit: Systematic review and metaanalysis
(Cambridge Univ Press, 2017-06-01)
Objective: The purpose of our systematic review was to determine whether the introduction of palliative care (PC) teams reduces length of stay and/ or mortality for terminally ill patients (TIPs) in an intensive care unit ...