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The critical care environment 

The critical care environment
The critical care environment

Sheila K. Adam

and Sue Osborne

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date: 26 June 2022

Who benefits from critical care? 18

Admission guidelines 19

Discharge guidelines 20

Organization: design of units 22

Organization: safety in critical care 24

Organization: staffing 26

Organization: team working 30

Stress and burnout in critical care 31

Performance: ensuring quality of care 32

Clinical audit ...

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