Length-of-Bed-Rest-and-Rick-of-Bleeding-Following-Femoral-Percutaneous-Coronary-Catheterization.docx

Length-of-Bed-Rest-and-Rick-of-Bleeding-Following-Femoral-Percutaneous-Coronary-Catheterization.docx

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EBP Project Abstract Appraised by: Michael Winegar SN, Cody Schumacher SN, Carson Winkels SN, & Garrett Mindt SN (NDSU Nursing at Sanford Health, Bismarck, ND) Clinical Question: In adults, does ambulating after 3 hours of bedrest following a femoral percutaneous coronary catheterization increase the risk of bleeding? Articles: Chair, S., Fernandez, R., Lui, M., Lopez, V., & Thompson, D. (2008). The clinical effectiveness of length of bed rest for patients recovering from trans-femoral diagnostic cardiac catheterization. International Journal Of Evidence-Based Healthcare (Wiley-Blackwell) , 6 (4), 352-390. Kobrossi, S., Tamim, H., & Dakik, H. (2014). Vascular complications of early (3h) vs standard (6h) ambulation post-cardiac catheterization or percutaneous coronary intervention from the femoral artery. International Journal of Cardiology. 176, 1067-1069. Mohammady, M., Heidari, K., Sari, A. A., Zolfaghari, M., & Janani, L. (2014). Early ambulation after diagnostic transfemoral catheterization: A systemic review and meta-analysis. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 51(1) , 39-50.
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  • Winter '18
  • Cardiology, Walking, Evidence-based medicine, Coronary catheterization, Percutaneous coronary intervention, International Journal of Nursing Studies

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