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Nurse practitioner-driven interprofessional heart failure education: A quality improvement project
Heart failure is a worldwide clinical concern, which has increased the healthcare expenditures, downgraded patient’s quality of life, and contributed to a large number of deaths every year. HF is the most common cause of ...
Improving nursing competency in teaching self-care management to patients with heart failure
Heart failure is a key cause of mortality and morbidity in the globe that affect 26 million people in the world. Scientific improvements have provided successful interventions to abate adverse results in heart failure, ...
Identifying opportunities to improve transitional care of patients diagnosed with heart failure and diabetes: A quality improvement
Diabetes mellitus (DM) and heart failure (HF) are intensifying public health concerns because of their mounting prevalence, high hospitalization and mortality rates, subsequent complications, and comorbidities. DM is ...
The Impact of a Nurse Practitioner-Led Targeted Intervention Guideline to Prevent 30-Day Readmissions Among High-Risk Heart Failure Patients: A Health Care Outcomes Project
Heart failure (HF) is a chronic disease in which the heart muscle cannot pump enough blood to meet the body's blood and oxygen requirements. HF is a leading cause of hospitalization and readmissions in the United States, ...