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Critical care nursing

Introduction: Critical care nursing

Description of Critical care nursing

Critical care nursing: nursing care and techniques provided to a critically ill patient during a medical emergency or crisis; includes the nursing role in diagnostic, therapeutic, and preventive procedures for the patient in such a situation.
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