Critical care nurses' clinical reasoning about physiologic monitor alarm customization: An interpretive descriptive study.

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Summary of "Critical care nurses' clinical reasoning about physiologic monitor alarm customization: An interpretive descriptive study."

The purpose of this study was to explore clinical reasoning about alarm customization among nurses in intensive care units.


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Name: Journal of clinical nursing
ISSN: 1365-2702


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