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Supporting families improves communication and reduces ICU stay

2 June, 2018|

On many occasions, the decision-making on the disabled and severely ill patients falls on the family. It is not easy to be in this situation: there are serious problems of communication that generate anguish in the family in the short and long term and can lead to unwanted treatments  by the patients, which carry suffering, therapeutic futility and elevated economic [...]

From theory to practice: talking about CPR

26 June, 2015|

Hola a tod@s, my dear friends. From the blue of the sea and holiday rest,  Dr. Alfredo Serrano (@alfchus) send us a very interesting article, which talks about communication between hospital doctors and patients in cardiopulmonary resuscitation.In theory, from Bioethics and papers, is recommended to establish concrete plans of action and discuss with the patient the realization of cardiopulmonary resuscitation maneuvers if [...]

What do they want to tell?

8 January, 2015|

Hola a tod@s, my dear friends.Rather than anything, thanks everybody by the response given to "Human tools". We knew that is a great film, but with the fire in Networks and more than 2000 visits in the first 24 hours our expectations have been beyond.Keep helping us do this trending Topic in your day to day: BE SWEET, BE HUMAN.And [...]

Understanding nurse–physician conflicts in the ICU

18 December, 2014|

Hola a tod@s, my dear friends.Let's go to the future, next 2015. In the online version of Intensive Care Medicine, the journal of ESICM, they offer us the article Understanding nurse–physician conflicts in the ICUIn a world where it´s increasingly the concept of teamwork, collaboration is essential to optimize care and improve the situation and satisfaction of healthcare providers .Conflicts between [...]