Intracranial Pressure Values Are Highly Variable After Cerebral Spinal Fluid Drainage

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In this issue of JNN, researchers report on a study in which they examined the optimal period for which an external ventricular device (EVD) should be closed to obtain accurate intracranial pressure (ICP) values. This article is an excellent example of nurse researchers forming an important clinical research question based on observations and then developing and implementing an experiment to answer it. The results of this research are extremely relevant to clinical practice.
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