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Monitoring critically ill patients in accident and emergency

Physiological monitoring and identification of the deteriorating patient are an essential part of the role of the A&E nurse. There are times when seriously ill patients who have been admitted to an A&E department are not recognised as such because of the staff’s busy, unpredictable workloads. The condition of these patients can then potentially become critical.

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