Decreasing Length of Stay in the Critically Ill Trauma Patient Utilizing Interdisciplinary Collaboration
Ercele Reyes, MSN, RN; Kelly Whartnaby, BSN, RN; Celso-Ramon Garcia, MSN, RN; Lynn Skalski, BSN, RN; Darlette Garulacan, BSN, RN; Maria Ramos, BSN, RN; Maria Dustira, BSN, RN -- Nursing Department/Surgical/Trauma Intensive care Unit, Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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