Nurses’ knowledge in the management of clinical alarms in the Critical Care Unit of a Tertiary hospital, a cross-sectional study
In low and middle income countries like Kenya, nurses are overworked as the nurse to patient ratio is not as stipulated by the World Health Organization (WHO). In this sense clinical alarms are important as they are able to alert the nurses in the critical care units or other areas of the hospital on the change in the patient’s condition. Nurses therefore need to be knowledgeable about alarms so as to manage patients effectively
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