Hospitals: Places of Insomnia (Poster)

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Identifier Nelson_NURS-4605_EBP_2020
Title Hospitals: Places of Insomnia (Poster)
Creator Nelson, Brent
Description Study of the impact of eliminating nighttime vitals on adult medical/surgical floors on patients' stay, sleep quality, and healing times. Q4 vitals utilized throughout medical and surgical floors result in 2-5 wake-ups per night. Patients classified as being at low risk for clinical deterioration account for 43% of all nighttime disturbances. Sleep deprivation causes increased cortisol production, delayed wound healing, impaired cognition, and increased risk for chronic disease. Reducing nighttime disruptions has been shown to reduce 30- and 90- day readmissions rates, improve patient-reported mental health, and improved resource allocation.
Subject Evidence-Based Nursing; Evidence-Based Practice; Education, Nursing; Vital Signs; Length of Stay; Long Term Adverse Effects; Sleep Initiation and Maintenance Disorders; Parasomnias; Hydrocortisone; Sleep Deprivation; Patient Readmission; Research Design
Publisher Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of Utah
Date 2020
Date Digital 2020
Language eng
ARK ark:/87278/s63n7f6q
Relation is Part of Nursing 4605 Evidence Based Practice Posters
Format application/pdf
Rights © 2020 College of Nursing, University of Utah
Type Text
Setname ehsl_nursebp
Date Created 2020-05-05
Date Modified 2021-05-06
ID 1547158
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