Pressure injuries and facial “maskne” are real concerns for nurses and all healthcare providers. There are some simple remedies to help alleviate the irritation caused by daily mask wearing.
Q&A with Simrit Sandhu, Cleveland Clinic’s Chief Supply Chain Officer, offers unique insight into crisis management by leadership at a top U.S. hospital.
For patients with COVID-19 requiring isolation in intensive care units, caregivers might use an average of 66 pieces of personal protective equipment (PPE) each day. A nursing innovation is making it possible to more easily move IV lines outside of patient rooms, reducing room entry and improving safety.
The Director of the Medical Intensive Care Unit at Cleveland Clinic shares innovative strategies that enabled the team to transform their unit amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
As healthcare institutions prepare for a potential surge of patients with COVID-19, we continue to take measures to safeguard our supplies of personal protective equipment (PPE). Among our conservation efforts is a multi-platform PPE disinfection solution.
As the situation continues to change and evolve every day, Cleveland Clinic’s Executive Chief Nursing Officer Kelly Hancock and her leadership team offer nursing organizations some recommendations for managing through the COVID-19 pandemic.