ICU nurses from Cleveland Clinic Medina Hospital have organized a Relay for Life team that does more than walk. From a catered dinner to a 5K race, the team spearheads events to raise money for the American Cancer Society.
Critical as it is, surviving a neuro ICU stay isn’t the be-all and end-all of treatment. Here’s why a high index of suspicion for post-ICU syndrome is imperative after discharge — plus insights on its management.
Nurse-led research projects explore delirium screening tools and the need to raise awareness of delirium symptoms in everyday clinical practice.
A new 19-bed cardiovascular ICU opened in March at Cleveland Clinic’s main campus featuring innovative design elements that benefit both patients and caregivers.
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Nurse leads effort to reduce costs in the ICU and potentially prevent infections by replacing privacy curtains with frosted window film.
Faith Factora, MD, discusses the integration of the Adult Medical Emergency Team into clinic workflow, and the joy of working with more women in the SICU.
The ICU can be a scary place for children to visit with its sensory overload of sights, sounds and smells – plus a sick relative. Cleveland Clinic created a program to help children of adult patients cope.
Take a video tour of Cleveland Clinic’s new evidence-based hospital for the information age, where patient comfort is paramount and every detail was designed to drive outcomes and efficiency.
An alarm management task force, led by a clinical nurse specialist, helps to significantly reduce the number of noncritical alarms in the intensive care units at Cleveland Clinic’s main campus.
Studies establishing the benefits of early mobilization in the ICU had long excluded patients with brain injuries. Here’s what happened when a group of neurological nurses decided to change that.