Editorial - Journal of Intensive and Critical Care Nursing (2022) Volume 5, Issue 5
Complexity and communication challanges in the intensive care unit when high patient acuity.
Intensive care units (ICUs) are sophisticated socio-technical systems. Improvement efforts in these situations should be congruent with their qualities, both logically and practically. This article includes a comprehensive analysis of 91 studies of interventions in adult intensive care units, with the goal of determining the extent to which they account for five principles for coping with complexity.
Nursing intensity, nursing work, nursing workload, patient acuity, and degree of sickness are all phrases connected with the concept of nursing care complexity. The ICU complex is equipped with all necessary cutting-edge technology and carefully trained personnel to care for critically ill patients.Author(s): Emma T. Latte*