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Mazur, Mary G.; Mihalko-Mueller, Judith; Callans, Helen; More
Mazur, Mary G.; Mihalko-Mueller, Judith; Callans, Helen; Klesh, Deetra; Sell, Heather; Bendig, Diane Less
MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 39(4):225-230, July/August 2014.
Transcutaneous bilirubin measurements to screen for hyperbilirubinemia could reduce the amount of blood obtained invasively from newborns.
McCartney, Patricia Less
MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 39(4):270, July/August 2014.
Smart pumps are recommended by safety experts to prevent errors in intravenous medication administration. Are you using these health information technology devices to their full potential?
Morin, Karen H.
Morin, Karen H. Less
MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing. 39(4):269, July/August 2014.
Consideration of eating patterns, eating norms, and social context are important in understanding nutritional behavior and knowing how best to counsel patients to promote good nutrition.