Incentive Spirometry Use Following Abdominal Surger y. James Barry, BS Stacy Marsden, MA Jill Stewart, MBA MSN Clinical Nurse Leader Program, College of Nursing Georgia Regents University . Background.
James Barry, BS
Stacy Marsden, MA
Jill Stewart, MBA
MSN Clinical Nurse Leader Program, College of Nursing
Georgia Regents University
Legend: 1a=systematic review of RCTs, 1b=indiv. RCTs, 2a=systematic rev. of cohort studies, 2b=indiv. Cohort studies & poor RCTS, 3a=systematic rev. of case-control studies, 3b=indiv. case-controlled studies, 4=poor quality case-controlled and cohort studies, 5=expert opinion based on clinical experience
Suggestion to overcome barriers
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