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Reducing Alarm Fatigue in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Technology in the neonatal intensive care has allowed for many advancements in the care and treatment of critically ill infants. Unfortunately, this technology can also be associated with a staggering number of audible ...
Hyperoxia and Hypoxia in the NICU: The Impact of RN Education on Alarm Limit Compliance and Alarm Response
Oxygen is the most common drug used in the medical management of preterm infants. Nurses in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) are primarily responsible for responding to oxygen saturation (SpO2) alarms and titrating ...