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11:49 EDT 23rd October 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Patient Satisfaction in the Critical Care Unit: A Qualitative Phenomenological Study

To explore issues patient experience and satisfaction with a sample of patients recently discharged from critical care.


Family Satisfaction in the Intensive Care Unit - a Multicentre Assessment

The primary aim of the present study is to assess satisfaction in a large sample of next of kin in Swiss-German ICUs. Secondary aims are to test the hypothesis that family satisfaction is related to ICU structure and process and to factors related to patients and next of kin. Further, the hypothesis will be tested that proxy assessment is possible, i.e. next of kin rate satisfaction with care similar to patients.

Critical Illness Outcomes Study

We will test whether the way that an intensive care unit is organized can influence patient related outcomes such as mortality. We will test whether who works in the ICU, and how the ICU is managed will affect the care received by patients. The primary study hypothesis is whether the number of clinical protocols present in an intensive care unit is linked to patient mortality


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Noise Impact in the Post-anesthesia Care Unit

World health organization recommends noise level should be less than 30db in hospital. However many analysis conclude to an average of 67dB in the post anesthesia care unit. No many studies were reported about noise impact in a post-anesthesia care unit. Only one was published by B.Allaouchiche in 2002. However, noise is a complaint reported by patients and it could be responsible for physiological and psychological troubles. In this prospective study, the main objective is to ...

Effect of Patient-Centered Care (PCC) on Patient Satisfaction at Hospital Discharge

The purpose of this randomized clinical trial is to examine the effect of Patient-Centered Care (PCC) on a patient's level of satisfaction on discharge from an acute healthcare setting. Findings from this study will assist in determining if PCC, administered by nurses, should be instituted hospital wide. SPECIFIC AIMS: 1. To examine the effect of Patient-Centered Care on patient satisfaction. 2. To examine the effect of Patient-Centered Care on the quality of patie...

Palliative Care Consult Service vs Palliative Care Unit

Objectives: Primary Objective: To determine the change of satisfaction with quality of care after an experience on the Palliative Care Unit (PCU) for both patients and caregivers, as determined by the global rating survey. Secondary Objectives: 1. To determine the change of the quality of care as determined by patients and caregivers utilizing validated assessment tools and global rating survey assessing different aspects of care after PCU. ...

Evaluation of the Association Between Day and Time of Admission to Critical Care and Acute Hospital Outcome

A retrospective analysis of the Case Mix Programme database to evaluate the association between day and time of admission to critical care and acute hospital outcome for unplanned admissions to adult, general critical care units in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Music Intervention for Agitation Reduction in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

The objective of this study is to administer music therapy to patients in the pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) in order to observe how music affects patient agitation, vital signs, and overall recovery in the unit.

Critical Care EEG Course

Knowledge of the basic fundamental skills of electroencephalography would enable medical and nursing staffs to provide efficient and effective bedside EEG monitoring in critically ill patients. The aim of this study is to evaluate the ability of a 10-points EEG teaching program to allow bedside caregivers (medical and nursing intensive care unit staff) interpreting EEG in the critical care setting.

Validation of the Critical-Care Pain Observation Tool (CPOT) in the Greek Population

The aim of this study is to validate the Critical-Care Pain Observation Tool (CPOT) in the setting of the Intensive care unit (ICU). Prior to patient recruitment the tool will be translated by the method of translation-back translation by Greek and English native speakers. The tool will be administered to patients who are admitted into the ICU.

The Prevalence of Chronic Critical Illness in Turkey

It is known that the number of Chronic Critical İllnes, an iatrogenic condition, increases all over the world. The prevalence of Chronic Critical Illness in Turkey is unknown. The investigators aimed to evaluate the etiology, comorbid conditions, demographic data, prevalence, mortality and costs of these patient in intensive care units in Turkey. In this multi-centered study, The investigators will retrospectively review the last 1 year of patients receiving treatment at the A...

Administrative Workload in the Intensive Care Unit

A prospective observational study in the Intensive Care Unit and the Medium Care Unit in a university hospital in Amsterdam. Recent studies show that administrative tasks occupy more than 30% of the workload. One-third of these administrative tasks is unrelated to care. The administrative workload of physicians and nurses will be observed and quantified using two different methods. The amount of time physicians and nurses are logged on into the patient data management system (P...

Optimized Admission to the Intensive Care Unit by Using Crisis Resource Management (CRM)

Admission to the intensive care unit (ICU) is vital for surviving critical illness. An admission to ICU without having a consistent structure, structured review of the patient and a solid team organization lead to unclear communication and responsibility. Factors that correlate with patient acceptance and safety, morbidity and mortality. We hypothesized that a structured admission can improve patients safety, reduce delays in treatment, reduce ICU length of stay, and improve mo...

Effects of Nursing Rounds on Patients Fall Rates

The purpose of this study is to determine the effects of hourly rounding on patient falls, patient satisfaction, and patient call light usage. This is a replication of research which determined that hourly rounds conducted by nursing personnel decreased patient falls and call light usage and increased patient satisfaction. The study design is quasi- experimental. One unit will be used as its own control (4S). On this unit, hourly nursing rounds will be implemented by Registered...

Determination of Risk Factors and Mortality for Pediatric Chronic Critical Illness in Turkey

It is predicted that the number of Pediatric Chronic Critical Illness increases similar to adult all over the world. The prevalence of Pediatric Chronic Critical Illness in Turkey is unknown. The investigators aimed to evaluate the etiology, comorbid conditions, demographic data, prevalence, mortality and costs of these patient in intensive care units in Turkey. In this multi-centered study, The investigators will retrospectively review the last 3 year of patients receiving tre...

Music vs. No Music During Cesarean Delivery on Patient Satisfaction

Several studies have demonstrated that music can improve various outcomes during labor and delivery. However, many of these studies didn't measure satisfaction rate accurately. This study aim to assess patient satisfaction in the setting of music or no music during the cesarean delivery. The study will be conducted in the labor and delivery unit and the expected number to enroll and complete the study is 22.

Satisfaction Degree in a Nurse Educational Program to Heart Transplant Patient

Any member of the research team conducted screening for the selection of eligible patients. Nurses will be responsible for delivering the "Guide tips for the person with a transplanted heart", thus initiating an individualized education program. Education will be held at the time of admission in which the patient has passed the most critical post-operative. Educational tips guide contains all the information necessary for the patient to have a first contact on the habits that ...

Use of Critical-Care Pain Observation Tool and Bispectral Index for Detection of Pain in Brain Injured Patients

Brain injured patients are at high risk of pain due to the illness itself and a variety of nociceptive procedures in intensive care unit. Since the disorder of consciousness, speech, and movement, it is usually difficult for them to self-report the presence of pain reliably. The Critical-Care Pain observation Tool (CPOT) has been recommended for clinical use in the critically ill patients when self-report pain is unavailable. Besides, it seems that the bispectral index (BIS), a...

Characterising Changes in Muscle Quantity and Quality in Patients Requiring ECMO Oxygen During Critical Illness

This study will identify the changes in different muscles of patients receiving Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) during critical illness and admission to Intensive Care Unit (ICU). The information will help guide development of treatments such as exercise that may help to reduce the amount of muscle wasting that can occur during critical illness.

Evaluation of Pediatric Critical Illness Neuropathy/Myopathy in Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

Intensive Care Unit Acquired Weakness(ICUAW) encompasses a spectrum of disorders characterized by generalized weakness developing after the onset of critical illness. Pediatric data on the incidence of ICUAW is restricted to isolated case reports and case series of no more than five children. Critical illness polyneuropathy is characterized by reduction in compound motor action potential or sensory nerve action potential or both with preserved conduction velocity on electrophys...

Effect of Glutamine and Vitamin C on Interleukin-6 and Clinical Outcomes in Surgical Intensive Care Unit Patients

Background & Aims. Glutamine is a conditional essential amino acid that was found in reduced plasma amount in Intensive Care Unit (ICU) patients. The supplementations of glutamine and vitamin C potentially have beneficial effects on wound healing and a reduction in infection rate. In this investigation, enteral glutamine and vitamin C were provided for ICU patient, and the associated changes in proinflammatory cytokines and clinical outcomes were investigated.

MONITOR-IC: Determining Long-term Consequences of ICU Care

Due to advances in critical care medicine, more patients survive their critical illness. However, intensive care unit (ICU) survivors often experience long-term physical, cognitive and mental problems, summarized as post intensive care syndrome (PICS), impacting their health related quality of life (HRQoL). In what frequency PICS occurs, and to what extent this influences ICU survivors' HRQoL, is mostly unknown. The aims of this study are therefore to study the: 1) five-year p...

The Performance of the Mologic Biomarker Panel in Infection

This study is a prospective, single center, observational, cohort study of patients to determine whether the Mologic Biomarker Panel can identify patients with infection from those without, including those with other reasons for inflammation (e.g. post-operative). It will also assess whether it has the potential to judge the severity of illness, prognosticate outcome and guide antibiotic therapy. The aim is to recruit patients who are "representative" of patients with suspecte...

DetermInants of Antimicrobial Use aNd De-escalAtion in Critical Care (DIANA)

DetermInants of Antimicrobial use aNd de-escalAtion in critical care (DIANA study), is a multicenter, international, prospective, observational cohort study, aiming to describe the rate of de-escalation as well as the associated outcome and the empirical antibiotic therapy for infections at the intensive care unit.

Critical Care and Palliative Care Medicine Together in the ICU

Will earlier palliative care medicine consultation in the ICU result in decreased length of stay in the ICU and hospital, as well as, increased patient and family satisfaction. Secondary questions to be answered is if this early consultation changes ICU and hospital death, discharge destinations, hospice admissions, code status changes, and withdrawal of life sustaining interventions.


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