Keeping the sickest patients safer: telemedicine and critical care

Fiona Winterbottom, Anita Campbell
Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing 2012, 43 (12): 537-8
Telemedicine in critical care offers opportunities to improve quality and safety by connecting bedside care teams with off-site tele-ICU staff using advanced software and continuous remote monitoring technology. This leads to more proactive care, fewer complications, and timely decisions regarding care.

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