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Humanised infrastructure in the ICU. A challenge within our rearch

29 December, 2016|

Vicente Gómez  and Mónica Ferrero have published  the next article in the last number of Enfermería Intensiva. Our friends and members of Proyecto HU-CI develop the concept of humanised infrastructure: and ICU that provides the best physical and environmental well-being for patients, professionals and families. Spaces that are functional, efficient, ergonomic, comfortable, warm and friendly... and take care of all users to enhance their experience. Humanised infrastructure could have a good economical impact, besides the [...]

About familes and roles at ICU

5 August, 2015|

Hola a tod@s, my dear friends.Today we want to share a recent article by Anna Aliberch and Isabel Miquel in Enfermería Intensiva. It´s a very interesting review about the need for the role of the patient´s family at ICU. An ICU admittance is a situation of crisis and change.If we facilitate family participation, it will decrease their anxiety and stress [...]

IC-HU is written with H as in Human

5 December, 2014|

Hola a tod@s, my dear friends.The Journal Enfermería Intensiva,of the Spanish Society of Intensive Care and Coronary Units Nursing (SEEIUC) , has published in its online version an editorial called as this post. This is the first publication of IC-HU Project in a Scientific Journal, so we couldn't be happier because we're in PubMed. I was fortunate to receive this [...]

Open door intensive care unit: View of the professionals

5 September, 2014|

Hola a tod@s, my dear friends. Today we make diffusion of an article published in the latest issue of Enfermería Intensiva, the Journal of the Spanish Society of Intensive Nursing and Coronary Units, SEEIUC.From the ICU of the Hospital Universitario de Álava in Vitoria,  the authors present us what professionals think about visiting in ICU.Despite the publications concerning and the [...]

Family involvement in the critically ill patient basic care, by José Manuel Velasco

29 August, 2014|

Visit in the ICU are in fashion.  At least an increase of interest about the subject is verifiable. But we are probably  retarded in these aspects in the ICU, because in many cases we continue to maintain restrictive policies introduced in the last century. Policies that do not support a deep discussion with the same archaic arguments which were used [...]