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critiquing evidence based practice research
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CRITIQUING EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE RESEARCH Name University Professor Date of Submission Preamble The research is a quantitative kind of research undertaken to examine the differences between various methods of blood pressure (BP) measurement in patients with irregular heart rhythms.
2008). The researchers found limited information available regarding the accuracy of different non-invasive BP measurement devices in patients with irregular heart rhythms. The title of the research implies the comparison of BP measurement devices is non-invasive device but fails to make clarifications of the devices. This becomes clarified in the research through identifying automated and manual non-invasive BP measurement devices, which should have been identified by the title. Introduction The research seeks to identify the accuracy of different BP measurement devices in hospitalised patients suffering from heart rhythm disorder. The problem of accuracy in the results from different measurement methods lacks significance since in general nursing practice; BP measurement is performed using the automated non-invasive devices for hospitalised patients. The manual non-invasive devices are commonly utilised in outpatient sections of the hospitals. While the quantitative approach of research remains appropriate for this kind of research, a better analysis would have been making comparison between different automated BP measurement devices. This would be significant to the nursing profession as these are the devices utilised in all hospitals in acquiring the blood pressure of hospitalised patients(Pickering et al. 2005). ...
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