Invasive haemodynamic monitoring: the role of emergency nurses in helping to provide critical care
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Invasive haemodynamic monitoring: the role of emergency nurses in helping to provide critical care

Heather Jarman Consultant nurse, Emergency care, St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust, London

Emergency nurses can increase their knowledge and develop their skills by evaluating the haemodynamic function of critically ill patients by invasive monitoring, says HEATHER JARMAN

Accurate monitoring of critically ill patients in emergency departments (EDs) is crucial to providing the information needed to optimise patient outcome.

Emergency Nurse. 15, 1, 20-23. doi: 10.7748/en2007.04.15.1.20.c4237

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