Family Presence During Resuscitation of Hospitalized Patients

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1. Journal

1.1. Critical Care Focus (Mureau-Haines et al., 2017) (Samples- Twibell, Craig, Siela, Simmonds, & Thomas, 2015) (Bradley, Keithline, Petrocelli, Scanlon, & Parkosewich, 2017) (Tudor, Berger, Polivka, Chlebowy, & Thomas, 2014)

2. Sample

2.1. Convenience Sample (Samples- Twibell, Craig, Siela, Simmonds, & Thomas, 2015) (Tudor, Berger, Polivka, Chlebowy, & Thomas, 2014) (Leske, McAndrew, Brasel, & Feetham, 2017) (Kosowan & Jensen, 2011)

2.2. Location of study took place in a hospital setting (Kosowan & Jensen, 2011) (Tudor, Berger, Polivka, Chlebowy, & Thomas, 2014) (Leske, McAndrew, Brasel, & Feetham, 2017) (Samples- Twibell, Craig, Siela, Simmonds, & Thomas, 2015) (Bradley, Keithline, Petrocelli, Scanlon, & Parkosewich, 2017)

3. Purpose

3.1. To understand the patients perception (Samples- Twibell, Craig, Siela, Simmonds, & Thomas, 2015) (Bradley, Keithline, Petrocelli, Scanlon, & Parkosewich, 2017)

3.2. To understand the families perception (Leske, McAndrew, Brasel, & Feetham, 2017)

3.3. To understand health care members perception (Mureau-Haines et al., 2017) (Kosowan & Jensen, 2011) (Tudor, Berger, Polivka, Chlebowy, & Thomas, 2014)

4. Methods

4.1. Cross-Sectional Design (Mureau-Haines et al., 2017) (Kosowan & Jensen, 2011) (Tudor, Berger, Polivka, Chlebowy, & Thomas, 2014) (Leske, McAndrew, Brasel, & Feetham, 2017) (Samples- Twibell, Craig, Siela, Simmonds, & Thomas, 2015) (Bradley, Keithline, Petrocelli, Scanlon, & Parkosewich, 2017)

4.2. Quantitative Research (Tudor, Berger, Polivka, Chlebowy, & Thomas, 2014) (Leske, McAndrew, Brasel, & Feetham, 2017) (Kosowan & Jensen, 2011) (Mureau-Haines et al., 2017)

4.3. Utilized Surveys (Mureau-Haines et al., 2017) (Kosowan & Jensen, 2011) (Tudor, Berger, Polivka, Chlebowy, & Thomas, 2014) (Leske, McAndrew, Brasel, & Feetham, 2017) (Bradley, Keithline, Petrocelli, Scanlon, & Parkosewich, 2017)

4.4. Utilized SPSS Data Analysis Software (Kosowan & Jensen, 2011) (Tudor, Berger, Polivka, Chlebowy, & Thomas, 2014) (Leske, McAndrew, Brasel, & Feetham, 2017) (Bradley, Keithline, Petrocelli, Scanlon, & Parkosewich, 2017)

4.5. Study was Approved by Review Boards and Consent was obtained (Kosowan & Jensen, 2011) (Tudor, Berger, Polivka, Chlebowy, & Thomas, 2014) (Leske, McAndrew, Brasel, & Feetham, 2017) (Samples- Twibell, Craig, Siela, Simmonds, & Thomas, 2015) (Bradley, Keithline, Petrocelli, Scanlon, & Parkosewich, 2017)

5. Findings

5.1. Families provide support and comfort to the patient. Patients should be allowed to decide if they would like to have family in the room during CPR. (Mureau-Haines et al., 2017) (Kosowan & Jensen, 2011) (Tudor, Berger, Polivka, Chlebowy, & Thomas, 2014) (Leske, McAndrew, Brasel, & Feetham, 2017) (Samples- Twibell, Craig, Siela, Simmonds, & Thomas, 2015) (Bradley, Keithline, Petrocelli, Scanlon, & Parkosewich, 2017)

6. Further Research

6.1. No further research was suggested (Kosowan & Jensen, 2011) (Samples- Twibell, Craig, Siela, Simmonds, & Thomas, 2015)

7. Limitations

7.1. Inability to generalize information obtained (Kosowan & Jensen, 2011) (Tudor, Berger, Polivka, Chlebowy, & Thomas, 2014) (Leske, McAndrew, Brasel, & Feetham, 2017)

7.2. Small Sample Size (Kosowan & Jensen, 2011) (Bradley, Keithline, Petrocelli, Scanlon, & Parkosewich, 2017)

8. Research Level

8.1. Level VII: Expert Opinion (Mureau-Haines et al., 2017) (Kosowan & Jensen, 2011)

8.2. Level III: Controlled trial without randomization (Tudor, Berger, Polivka, Chlebowy, & Thomas, 2014) (Leske, McAndrew, Brasel, & Feetham, 2017)