intensive monitoring

intensive monitoring

Intensive care The continuous monitoring of Pt vital signs, with electronic hookups to the nursing station; IM encompasses real time measurement of BP and ABGs via arterial lines, pulse oximetry, continuous cardiac monitoring, respiration, pulse, wedge pressure, measuring I/O–input and output
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This will include intensive monitoring to ensure all our measures are effective.
The addition of a diabetes nurse practitioner adds a tremendous support to diabetes care, and more intensive monitoring of pregnant women with diabetes will help to improve outcomes of moms and their babies which helps Islanders living with diabetes to live a healthy and active life.
This practice of intensive monitoring includes the creation of a database of social media profiles, and an automatic screening process.
Levels of a protein in the blood may help doctors identify which patients need more intensive monitoring after an operation, the authors said.
Levels of a protein in the blood may be able to help doctors know which patients need more intensive monitoring after their operation, the authors said.
As part of a fully customised controls strategy, the upgrade work allowed intensive monitoring and controlling of the entire HVAC system, providing greater responsiveness to prevailing weather conditions and fluctuations in building and tenant demand.
Antelope mine implemented a unique and intensive monitoring program for the Golden Eagle territories located within the mine permit area.
Daily News Egypt carried out intensive monitoring of other Facebook pages that post similar posts supporting the government and its decisions.
Without a doubt, SGC requires intensive monitoring of blood glucose concentrations.
BEAT-HF randomized 1,437 patients with confirmed heart failure and an index hospitalization to an intensive monitoring and education program or usual care during 2011-2013 at six academic health centers in California.
A spokesman said: "Since incidences of BSE peaked at more than 37,000 in 1992, an intensive monitoring and eradication programme has all but eliminated the disease.

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