Tag: ICU

Transcutaneous Monitoring in the NICU: Overcoming Challenges and Driving Consistent Implementation in an Academic Medical Center’s Level IV NICU

The successful implementation of transcutaneous CO2 equipment at Hershey Medical Center’s Level IV NICU demonstrates that the technology has evolved to accommodate the diagnostic monitoring needs of neonatal care providers and patients, according to this case study by clinicians in the center’s NICU.

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Is Your COVID-19 Ventilator Fleet Post-Pandemic Proof?

As the world struggled to have enough ventilators, some ventilators that were COVID-19 specific came to market that did not have as much versatility as other models of ventilator. As the pandemic gets under control (hopefully), hospital departments need to rethink what their ventilator fleet should be capable of in breadth and depth for a return to “normal” healthcare battles.

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