Useful diagram of all the lines, drips and drains a patient in ITU might have.

Useful diagram of all the lines, drips and drains a patient in ITU might have.

image showing screenshot of interactive graphic, showing a man in an intensive care unit with ventilator, feeding tube, IV drip and urinary catheter, and text boxes explaining these treatments

image showing screenshot of interactive graphic, showing a man in an intensive care unit with ventilator, feeding tube, IV drip and urinary catheter, and text boxes explaining these treatments

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

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

Each hospital could has a different neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) setup, but all units understand that the bond between a mother and a child is strong, and therefore includes the parents into neonatal care.

Each hospital could has a different neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) setup, but all units understand that the bond between a mother and a child is strong, and therefore includes the parents into neonatal care.

FREQUENT QUESTIONS #fixed #wing #air #ambulance http://utah.nef2.com/frequent-questions-fixed-wing-air-ambulance/  # FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS F.A.Q. What is “Air Ambulance”? Much like a van is transformed into a ground ambulance, aircraft are converted into Flying Intensive Care Units for air ambulance use. Air Ambulance refers to both Rotor Wing (Helicopters) and Fixed Wing (Airplanes). Fixed Wing Air Ambulance is used to transport patients from one facility to another when the distance…

FREQUENT QUESTIONS #fixed #wing #air #ambulance http://utah.nef2.com/frequent-questions-fixed-wing-air-ambulance/ # FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS F.A.Q. What is “Air Ambulance”? Much like a van is transformed into a ground ambulance, aircraft are converted into Flying Intensive Care Units for air ambulance use. Air Ambulance refers to both Rotor Wing (Helicopters) and Fixed Wing (Airplanes). Fixed Wing Air Ambulance is used to transport patients from one facility to another when the distance…

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

Intensive Care Unit Nurse - What's Your SuperPower #IntensiveCareUnitNurse

Intensive Care Unit Nurse - What's Your SuperPower

Intensive Care Unit Nurse - What's Your SuperPower #IntensiveCareUnitNurse

Tropical and Parasitic Infections in the Intensive Care Unit (Perspectives on Critical Care Infectio

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