Animal-Assisted Activity in Critically Ill Older Adults: A Randomized Pilot and Feasibility Trial
Contributor(s):: Branson, S., Boss, L., Hamlin, S., Padhye, N. S.
Methodological Challenges Encountered in a Study of the Impact of Animal-assisted Intervention in Pediatric Heart Transplant Patients
Contributor(s):: Walden, M., Lovenstein, A., Randag, A., Pye, S., Shannon, B., Pipkin, E., Ramick, A., Helmick, K., Strickland, M.
Comfort at the crossroads: Service, therapy and emotional support animals in the intensive care unit and at the end-of-life
Contributor(s):: Martin, N., Pascual, J. L., Crowe, D. T. T., Jr., Toevs, C., Cerada, M. F., Mikkelsen, M., Kaplan, L. J.
2018J Trauma Acute Care Surg846978-9842163-075510.1097/ta.0000000000001877engFrom the Division of Trauma, Surgical Critical Care and Emergency Surgery (N.M., J.L.P.), Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Critical Care and Hyperbaric...
[Etiologies of cerebral palsy and classical treatment possibilities]
Contributor(s):: Maurer, U.
Hund, Katze und Co—Tiere als Prävention und Therapie in der Humanmedizin
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Contributor(s):: A. Prothmann
Animal-assisted intervention in the ICU: a tool for humanization
| Contributor(s):: Megan M. Hosey, Janice Jaskluski, Stephen T. Wegener, Linda L. Chlan, Dale M. Needham
The combination of an aging population and advances in critical care medicine is resulting in a growing number of survivors of critical illness . Survivors’ descriptions of their stay in an intensive care unit (ICU) are frequently filled with traumatic events, and include experiences...
Forming an end of life hospice/Pawspice service
| Contributor(s):: Villalobos, A. E.
Practitioners who support the human-animal bond can organize a team to provide end of life hospice/'Pawspice' care services in their hospitals. Selected staff can acquire communication skills needed to deal with end of life care issues. Pawspice carers often express worry, disappointment, fear,...
A piece of my mind. Addie's hope
| Contributor(s):: Cornfield, J. M.
Animal-assisted therapy: using animals to promote healing
| Contributor(s):: Ernst, L. S.
Do dog owners perceive the clinical signs related to conformational inherited disorders as 'normal' for the breed? A potential constraint to improving canine welfare
| Contributor(s):: Packer, R. M. A., Hendricks, A., Burn, C. C.
Ethics of critical care
| Contributor(s):: Rollin, B. E.
Nontraditional therapies for the PICU--part 2
| Contributor(s):: McDowell, B. M.
Adjunctive therapies for the chronically critically ill
| Contributor(s):: Lee, D., Higgins, P. A.
Barking, purring, and chirping -- sounds of pet therapy in the ICU
| Contributor(s):: Kleinpell, R. M.
| Contributor(s):: Proulx, D.
Pet therapy as medicine for the soul... "Barking, purring, chirping: the sounds of pet therapy in the ICU," August 23
| Contributor(s):: Floyd, R.
The ethics in veterinary critical care medicine
Animal-assisted therapy in the intensive care unit. A staff nurse's dream comes true
| Contributor(s):: Cole, K. M., Gawlinski, A.