intensivist


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in·ten·si·vist

 (ĭn-tĕn′sə-vĭst)
n.
A physician who specializes in providing care to critically ill patients, especially those in an intensive care or coronary care unit.
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intensivist

n intensivista mf
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The intensivist has to exercise his own leadership in order to coordinate all health professional roles that work around the critically ill patient, namely being a reference and also an interface between the patient and other specialists, when the competences of a single professional are insufficient.
The constant monitoring and collaborative coordination between providers ensures 24/7 intensivist oversight of the hospital's ICU patients.
He is also director of palliative care medicine and an intensivist at McKayDee Hospital in Ogden, Utah, and a tele-critical care physician in Utah for Reston, Virginia-based Specialists on Call.
Discussing the issues faced by rural ICUs, Melbourne intensivist Andrew Udy talked about telemedicine and the challenges facing Australia, which were similar to New Zealand --the cost of technology, lack of resources and shortage of specialist expertise in remote areas.
intensivist company, providing clinical solutions at Acute Care and
(2009) recognized that the largest probable factor for decreased intensivist coverage is associated with cost, but noted that the cost of the intensivists could likely be off-set by potential health care savings due to better patient outcomes and better utilization of critical care resources, although further research is needed to substantiate this hypothesis.
The hospital has a dedicated team of Urologist, Nephrologists, Intensivist, Minimally Invasive surgeons, Technicians and Nursing staff.
Out of necessity, because of staffing-related transitions affecting the core physician intensivist group at Providence Alaska Medical Center, Cecilee Ruesch, R.N., and her colleagues in critical care at the 320-bed hospital in Anchorage, Alaska, decided to pursue a rarely tried strategy: supporting their hospital's intensive care units (ICUs) with nurse-staffed remote monitoring via their new electronic ICU (elCU) capability (their vendor is the Baltimore-based Philips Visicu).
We brought in two young, well-trained endocrinologists, we brought in an intensivist. We have hospitalists, we have neurologists, and probably the most obvious to the public is the Norris Cotton Cancer Center.
Brunetti, an intensivist at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore.
The intensivist support was critical to the nurses' success as well.
Pediatric Intensivist Adnan Bhutta and Craig Gilliam, who is the hospital's director of infection control, wrote the article about an approach for reducing catheter-associated bloodstream infections, according to a hospital news release.