By Joyce J. Fitzpatrick PhD MBA RN FAAN, Roma Taunton PhD, Jeanne Benoliel DNSc
Now in its moment decade of e-book, this landmark sequence attracts jointly and severely reports the entire current learn in particular parts of nursing perform, nursing care supply, nursing schooling, and the pro features of nursing.
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Woods, S. (1982). Normal fluctuations in pulmonary artery and pulmonary capillary wedge pressures in acutely ill patients. Heart & Lung, 11, 393-398. Nyamathi, A. (1987). The coping responses of female spouses of patients with myocardial infarction. Heart & Lung, 16, 86-92. O'Connor, A. (1983). Factors related to the early phase of rehabilitation following aortocoronary bypass surgery. Research in Nursing & Health, 6, 107-116. , & Marini, J. (1983). Pulmonary artery occlusion pressure: Clinical physiology, measurement, and interpretation.
Cardiovascular nurse researchers also have studied the physiological effects of activities such as bathing after an acute myocardial infarction. Johnston, Watt, and Fletcher (1981) studied physiological responses before, during, and after three types of baths in 10 patients with uncomplicated acute myocardial infarction during the immediate 3-to-5-day period of hospitalization. Shower activity demanded greater energy, that is, oxygen consumption, than either tub or bed bathing. The peak pressure rate product (peak systolic blood pressure X heart rate divided by 100) was greater for showering when compared to bed bathing but not to tub bathing.
Heart & Lung, 15, 618-622. , & Reed, J. (1986). Effect of sidelying positions on pulmonary artery pressures. Heart & Lung, 15, 611-617. , & Crawford, M. (1984). The effects of lateral positioning on measurement of pulmonary artery and pulmonary artery wedge pressures. Heart & Lung, 13, 155-158. Kinney, M. (1984). The scientific basis for critical care nursing practice: 1972-1982. Heart & Lung, 13, 116-123. Kinney, M. (1985). Trends in cardiovascular nursing research: 1972-1983. Cardiovascular Nursing, 21, 25-30.