Vol 36, No 2 (2020)

Table of Contents


Contents PDF


An investigation into specialist practice nurses’ knowledge of cardiopulmonary resuscitation guidelines in a tertiary hospital in Gauteng Province, South Africa PDF
M L Botes, M Moepeng 68-73
Low albumin levels are associated with mortality in the critically ill: A retrospective observational study in a multidisciplinary intensive care unit PDF
A Atrash, K de Vasconcellos 74-79
The incidence and outcomes of patients with acute kidney injury in a multidisciplinary intensive care unit in Durban, South Africa PDF
MA Khuweldi, DL Skinner, K De Vasconcellos 80-85
Physiotherapists’ perceptions of collaborations with inter-professional team members in an ICU setting PDF
MN Ntinga, H Van Aswegen 86-91
qSOFA as a predictor of ICU outcomes in a resource-limited setting in KwaZulu-Natal Province, South Africa PDF
S M Savarimuthu, C Cairns, N L Allorto, G E Weissman, R Kohn, R D Wise, G L Anesi 92-95
Empirical antibiotic choice alters microbiological outcomes: Findings from comparative antibiograms in a trauma intensive care unit PDF
S Savage-Reid, M S Moeng, T Thomas 96-104
Exploring moral distress among critical care nurses at a private hospital in Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa PDF
W Emmamally, O Chiyangwa 105-109
High-flow oxygen therapy v. standard care in infants with viral bronchiolitis PDF
S Murphy, E Bruckmann, LG Doedens, AB Khan, A Salloo, S Omar 110-114

Case series

Haemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis: Five years’ experience at tertiary hospitals in Free State Province, South Africa PDF
M Nienkemper, J Malherbe, C Barrett 115-120

Vote of Thanks

Reviewer Thank you PDF