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The links to life in an intensive care unit. A Globe and Mail graphic

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Basics in Mechanical Ventilation: Getting to know its parameters and set-up

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Central Venous Pressure Monitoring. Normal Sternum: 0–14 cm H2O, Midaxillary line: 8–15 cm H2O. CVP can be measured by connecting the patient's central venous catheter to a special infusion set which is connected to a small diameter water column. If the water column is calibrated properly the height of the column indicates the CVP. In most intensive care units, equipment is available to measure CVP continuously. Normal range for CVP is 3–12 cm water pressure

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Approximately 48% of all intensive care unit patients have catheters at some point during their hospital stay in the United States. However, central l

Approximately 48% of all intensive care unit patients have catheters at some point during their hospital stay in the United States. However, central l

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A Nurse's Story: Life, Death, and In-Between in an Intensive Care Unit (Paperback)

A Nurse's Story: Life, Death, and In-Between in an Intensive Care Unit

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from The Huffington Post

5 Things To Say To A NICU Family

Dear Friends and Family, Our baby is in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). We should be celebrating right now, but we're terrified. We need you. And we realize you probably have no idea what...

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Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: What you need to know | C&G Baby Club

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from The ASHA Leader Blog

5 Things You Need to Know About Working in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

The ASHA Leader Blog: 5 Things You Need to Know About Working in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/sostherapy/ for therapy resources.

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