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Donna L. Washington, MD, MPH; January 2004
A triage nurse instructed by a physician to immediately bring a febrile child, who was possibly dehydrated, to the treatment area is stopped by the charge nurse, citing overcrowding. The parents seek treatment elsewhere; upon arrival, the child is in full arrest.
Journal Article > Study
Meade CM, Kennedy J, Kaplan J. J Emerg Med. 2010;38:666-674.
Regularly scheduled rounds by nursing staff reduced falls and improved patient satisfaction in this multi-institutional study conducted in 28 emergency departments.