Warming Your High-Acuity Patients
Why you should aggressively maintain normothermia in these individuals.
Stephanie Wasek, Features Editor
We know that maintaining normothermia is an important component of the perioperative process for all patients, but it's particularly beneficial some would say essential to warm your higher-acuity patients. Here, we answer 4 key questions about warming the challenging patients in your facility.
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