Seven years ventilator associated pneumonia free: The tools needed are as important as passing meds!
Cheryl Prall, MSN, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton, Hamilton, New Jersey, USA; Natalie Jones, MSN, ED, RN, CCRN, Center for Professional Development, Innovation and Research, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, Hamilton, New Jersey, USA; Kathleen Zavotsky, PhD, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA; Ivan Logarta, BSN, RN, CCRN, Nursing, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton, Hamilton, New Jersey, USA
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