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Journal of Nursing : Acute



  • FNP Student Assessment of Acute Abdominal Pain
    Rebecca Linden
    This article serves to assist the novice family nurse practitioner student in the examination of abdomen in a patient presenting with acute abdominal pain.
  • ACUTE RENAL FAILURE 
    Beth Stroud, RN, BSN, Graduate Student Murray State University
    Acute renal failure (ARF) has become increasingly common in patients with critical illnesses. Up to two-thirds of intensive care unit (ICU) patients develop ARF with the leading cause being sepsis. Treatment of ARF has been associated with higher costs and the following adverse outcomes: increased length of stay, excess mortality of 30-71%, need for chronic dialysis in the patients who survive, and the requirement of discharge to short-term or long-term care facilities.
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