Resuscitation, An Issue of Critical Care Nursing Clinics of North America, 1st Edition
by Justin H. DiLibero, DNP, APRN, CCRN-K, CCNS, ACCNS-AG, FCNS
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Principles of Resuscitation
Resuscitation of the Traumatically Injured Patient
Nursing Care for the Initial Resuscitation of Severe Sepsis Patients
Nursing Care for the Initial Resuscitation of Burn Patients
Targeted Temperature Management After Cardiac Arrest
Resuscitation Team Roles and Responsibilities: In-Hospital Cardiopulmonary Arrest Teams
Family Presence and Support During Resuscitation
Outcomes of In-hospital Cardiac Arrest: A Review of the Evidence
The Role of Tele-Critical Care in Rescue and Resuscitation
Justin H. DiLibero, DNP, APRN, CCRN-K, CCNS, ACCNS-AG, FCNS, Interim Dean, Zvart Onanian School of Nursing, Rhode Island College, Providence, RI