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Nursing. 44(2):6, February 2014.
Keep your germs to yourself
Lemons, Casey; Repp, Mary E. Holm; Hess, Robert
Lemons, Casey; Repp, Mary E. Holm; Hess, Robert Less
Nursing. 44(2):8, February 2014.
Support for caregivers...misconceptions about pain...evidence for nurse empowerment
Nursing. 44(2):10-11, February 2014.
Unique extended-release opioid approved...new drug halts hepatitis C virus reproduction...edoxaban compares well to warfarin...common sodium-containing drugs raise risks for cardiac patients...prenatal glucocorticoid exposure may impair brain development...new treatment for rare thyroid cancer
Miller, April Less
Nursing. 44(2):12-14, February 2014.
Nursing. 44(2):15, February 2014.
Starr, Kristopher T.
Starr, Kristopher T. Less
Nursing. 44(2):16-17, February 2014.
Echevarria, Ilia M.; Walker, Susan
Echevarria, Ilia M.; Walker, Susan Less
Nursing. 44(2):18-19, February 2014.
Michaels, Karen; Sidone, LeighAnn
Michaels, Karen; Sidone, LeighAnn Less
Nursing. 44(2):20-22, February 2014.
Nursing. 44(2):23-25, February 2014.
Nurses hold the key to preventing CLABSI...“angel dust” makes an unwelcome comeback...kids with severe flu need antiviral drugs...and more
Wright, Jamie Less
Nursing. 44(2):30, February 2014.
Wesley, Carol Less
Nursing. 44(2):67, February 2014.
Wilson, Kathleen Marie
Wilson, Kathleen Marie Less
Nursing. 44(2):68-69, February 2014.
Cohen, Michael R.
Cohen, Michael R. Less
Nursing. 44(2):72, February 2014.
Look-alike heparin bags...use two hands for high-alert drugs
Hislop, Joyce O.
Hislop, Joyce O. Less
Nursing. 44(2):64-66, February 2014.
Frailty—the loss of function, strength, and physiologic reserve—isn't an inevitable part of aging. Help your patients fight back against this debilitating condition by assessing them for frailty and intervening to reduce their risk of adverse outcomes, such as falls and fractures, hospitalizations, and increased healthcare costs.
Held-Warmkessel, Jeanne; Schiech, Linda
Held-Warmkessel, Jeanne; Schiech, Linda Less
Nursing. 44(2):32-42, February 2014.
Lung cancer is the deadliest form of cancer, and non-small cell lung cancer is the most common lung cancer type. This comprehensive article discusses risk factors, diagnostic testing, new staging descriptions, surgical and nonsurgical treatments, and evidence-based nursing interventions for patients as they progress through diagnosis and treatment.
Hussar, Daniel A.
Hussar, Daniel A. Less
Nursing. 44(2):44-54, February 2014.
Be prepared to administer and teach patients about 14 recently approved drugs, including the first in a new class of antidiabetic agents, an anticoagulant that's proven superior to warfarin for certain indications, and new antineoplastic drugs indicated for multiple myeloma, unresectable or metastatic melanoma, and thyroid cancer.
Batson, Patricia Gail
Batson, Patricia Gail Less
Nursing. 44(2):58-59, February 2014.
A patient and his daughter tell a seasoned nurse what's most important to them—and it's not what she expects to hear.
Winstanley, Helene D.
Winstanley, Helene D. Less
Nursing. 44(2):60-63, February 2014.
How can you keep the personal touch in nursing from behind an intimidating high-tech cart? This practical guide outlines how to help your patients feel cared for while you (and they) reap the many benefits of the latest clinical tools and technology.
Nursing. 44(2):42-43, February 2014.
Nursing. 44(2):54-56, February 2014.