This safety standard is aimed at healthcare organisations providing inpatient care for mental health (MH) and learning disability (LD) patients. It requires them to make proper provision for life support and resuscitation for these patients.
This project from 2012 was carried out by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) to identify potential problems with the safer management and use of controlled drugs (CDs) in the prison healthcare setting in England.
Acute kidney injury: Prevention, detection and management of acute kidney injury up to the point of renal replacement therapy
This clinical guideline from NICE offers evidence-based advice on the prevention, detection and management of acute kidney injury up to the point of renal replacement therapy.
This best practice statement combines two previously separate documents originally drafted by the National Association of Tissue Viability Nurses in Scotland (NATVNS) and endorsed by NHS Quality Improvement Scotland (NHS QIS).