Recent Submissions

  • Detecting and treating hypopituitarism secondary to traumatic brain injury (TBI) 

    Contributor:Stancill, Stacey G; Gallant, Vanessa; Lollar, Heather; Derrera, Stacy
    Date Issued:04/15/2018
    The purpose of this study was to determine if adults with traumatic brain injury (TBI) could have improved QoL using evidence-based practice guidelines (EBPGs) for hypopituitarism-testing and treatment during outpatient ...
  • Methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus 

    Contributor:Lorenzo, Claire; Velez, Keane; Vigil, Alexis; Maes, Destiny; Chavez, Cheyenne; Nitka, Matthew;
    Date:2017
    This analysis was conducted to evaluate the effectiveness and potential adverse outcomes related to utilizing contact precautions versus standard precautions for the prevention of Methicillin- Resistant Staphylococcus ...
  • Comparison of nitrous oxide and epidural analgesia: safety matters 

    Contributor:McCulley, Zolanye; Seminoff, Maggie; Ackley, Claire; Mathis, Trisha; Chambers, Terra; McCue, Stacie Gray;
    Date:2017
    Laboring mothers have many options for pain control during their labor. In the U.S., the epidural is commonly used for pain control. Historically, many countries use a 50/50 mix of nitrous oxide and oxygen ("nitrous oxide") ...
  • Maggot debridement therapy 

    Contributor:Ruch, Leah; Bohannan, Christine; Ang, Cher Li;
    Date:2017
    PICOT: In diabetic adults (P) with wounds lasting greater than three months, does maggot debridement therapy (I) verses surgical debridement © lead to better wound healing (O) over a year (T)? Aim: The aim of research was ...
  • Targeted temperature management therapy and neurologic outcomes 

    Contributor:Boyd, Amelia; Nguyen, Peter; Heinen, Preston; Salcedo, Kristin; Kendahl, Caminiti; Hiner, Michael; Anaya, Cari; Willkomm, Lauren;
    Date:2017
    According to the World Health Organization (WHO), cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death in the United States. In 2015, WHO estimated that 14 million people die each year due to cardiac arrest. Targeted ...
  • Episiotomy vs. tearing in childbirth 

    Contributor:Trolle, Natalie; Hignite, Elizabeth Ryann; Walker, Brittany; Martin, Jasmine Maria; Mikschl, Amanda Kristen; Pryor, Christine Elizabeth;
    Date:2017
    Over the past century, the use of episiotomies during childbirth have been common. Recently, practitioners began questioning whether the use of episiotomies caused more negative patient outcomes than allowing a laboring ...
  • How low do you go: cardiac hypothermia following cardiac arrest 

    Contributor:Jones, Kimberly; Gillespie, Elizabeth; Huynh, Kim; Spaak, Amanda;
    Date:2017
    Aim: To determine whether the use of a hypothermia treatment protocol at 32°C to 34°C versus increasing the temperature to 36°C affects mortality in patients who initially survive cardiac arrest. Background: In the United ...