This article is quasi experimental due to the use of two different blanket

This article is quasi experimental due to the use of

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This article is quasi-experimental due to the use of two different blanket temperatures for safety and comfort. The study randomized adult patients into two groups, a study group that received blankets at 155 degrees F, and a control group that received blankets at 110 degrees F. The results of the study concluded that it was safe for patients to receive blankets with a temperature of 155 degrees F and that these patients had a higher skin temperature within 10 minutes and thermal comfort. Although this study used randomization, it is still quasi-experimental as it is looking for a causal relation between blanket temperatures and patient comfort. Sutton, L. T., Baker, F. S., Faile, N. J., Tavakoli, A. (2012). A Quasi-Experimental Study Examining the Safety Profile and Comfort Provided by Two Different Blanket Temperatures, Journal of PeriAnesthesia Nursing, Volume 27, Issue 3, Pages 181-192, doi.org/10.1016/j.jopan.2012.01.011. Retrieved from: com.lopes.idm.oclc.org/science/article/pii/S1089947212000718
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Non-experimental Article: This article is a non-experimental prospective study. It is a comparison of three pressure ulcer risk scales, Braden, Song and Choi, and Cubbin and Jackson scales. The purpose of the comparison is to evaluate the most appropriate calculator for predicting pressure ulcer risk in the surgical intensive care unit of a Korean hospital. The results from this study showed the Cubbin- Jackson scale was the most effective. This study has a correlation design.
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