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The Research to Practice column is intended to improve the research critique skills of the advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) and the emergency department (ED) registered nurse (RN) and to assist with translating research into practice. In this column, we review a recent qualitative...
Status epilepticus (SE) is a frequent medical emergency that requires expedited treatment to avoid the ensuing high incidence of morbidity and mortality associated with prolonged seizures. Protracted seizure duration itself has the potential to result in maladaptive neuronal responses that can...
Ludwig's angina is a fast-spreading cellulitis located on the floor of the oropharynx and neck (Tami, Othman, Sudhakar, & McKinnon, 2020). Patients may present with a wide range of symptoms depending on the severity of the condition (Reynolds & Chow, 2007). Emergency nurse practitioners need to...
Hidradenitis suppurativa (HS) is a complex, chronic, inflammatory skin disease that is often unrecognized or misdiagnosed. Patients frequently present to with painful nodules, inflammatory papules, sinus tracts, and scarring to intertriginous areas seeking care to alleviate symptoms. There is a...
A pulmonary cavity is defined as a gas-filled space within a zone of pulmonary consolidation or within a mass or nodule. These cavities can be identified through imaging such as plain chest radiography and computed tomography. Pulmonary cavities arise from a variety of conditions that are...
Pediatric patients frequently present to emergency departments with complaint of foreign bodies in the ear and/or nose. Emergency nurse practitioners need the knowledge base to safely and effectively manage ear and nose foreign bodies in urgent and emergent care settings. The purpose of this...
Arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy (AC) is a genetic cardiac disorder associated with sudden cardiac death, specifically in young adults (D. Corrado, C. Basso, & D. Judge, 2017). AC is a disease of the heart muscle fibers and it is not usually diagnosed until its advanced stages. Typical AC...
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