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Published on 11.01.16 in Vol 3, No 1 (2016): Jan-Jun

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Works citing "Changes in Default Alarm Settings and Standard In-Service are Insufficient to Improve Alarm Fatigue in an Intensive Care Unit: A Pilot Project"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/humanfactors.5098):

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  1. Shanmugham M, Strawderman L, Babski-Reeves K, Bian L. Alarm-Related Workload in Default and Modified Alarm Settings and the Relationship Between Alarm Workload, Alarm Response Rate, and Care Provider Experience: Quantification and Comparison Study. JMIR Human Factors 2018;5(4):e11704
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  2. Vitoux RR, Schuster C, Glover KR. Perceptions of Infusion Pump Alarms. Journal of Infusion Nursing 2018;41(5):309
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  3. Freysdóttir GR, Björnsdóttir K, Svavarsdóttir MH. Nurses’ use of monitors in patient surveillance: an ethnographic study on a coronary care unit. European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing 2018;:147451511881693
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  4. Wung S, Schatz MR. Critical Care Nurses’ Cognitive Ergonomics Related to Medical Device Alarms. Critical Care Nursing Clinics of North America 2018;30(2):191
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  5. Anderson DC, Jackson AA, Halpern NA. Informatics for the Modern Intensive Care Unit. Critical Care Nursing Quarterly 2018;41(1):60
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  6. Glover KR, Vitoux RR, Schuster C, Curtin CR. Types and Frequency of Infusion Pump Alarms: Protocol for a Retrospective Data Analysis. JMIR Research Protocols 2018;7(6):e10446
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  7. Vitoux RR, Schuster C, Glover KR, Dekker M. Frequency and Duration of Infusion Pump Alarms: Establishing National Benchmarks. Biomedical Instrumentation & Technology 2018;52(6):433
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  8. Dinis SMM, Rabiais ICM. Fatores que interferem na resposta dos enfermeiros na monitorização dos alarmes clínicos. Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem 2017;70(1):172
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  9. Johnson KR, Hagadorn JI, Sink DW. Alarm Safety and Alarm Fatigue. Clinics in Perinatology 2017;44(3):713
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  10. Alsaad AA, Alman CR, Thompson KM, Park SH, Monteau RE, Maniaci MJ. A multidisciplinary approach to reducing alarm fatigue and cost through appropriate use of cardiac telemetry. Postgraduate Medical Journal 2017;93(1101):430
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  11. Sowan AK, Reed CC, Staggers N. Role of Large Clinical Datasets From Physiologic Monitors in Improving the Safety of Clinical Alarm Systems and Methodological Considerations: A Case From Philips Monitors. JMIR Human Factors 2016;3(2):e24
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  12. Rayo MF, Moffatt-Bruce SD. Diagnosing and Treating “Alarm Fatigue”: Pragmatic and Evidence-Based Approaches Needed. The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety 2016;42(7):291
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