January 2014 - Volume 44 - Issue 1 - Contributor Index

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Medication Errors

Cohen, Michael R.

Nursing2014. 44(1):72, January 2014.

Misplaced drug in an automated dispensing cabinet...label without a drug name...one vial, ten doses...dosing directions change for liquid acetaminophen

Preventing migraine headache in adults

D'Arcy, Yvonne

Nursing2014. 44(1):58-61, January 2014.

For a heads-up about thwarting these disabling headaches, review the latest recommendations for migraine prophylaxis—including a summary of the evidence on drugs and other treatments that have (and haven't) proven effective.

How to meet the challenges of correctional nursing

Williams, Tommy; Heavey, Elizabeth

Nursing2014. 44(1):51-54, January 2014.

A practicing correctional nurse gives you an inside look at the challenges and rewards of this unique nursing specialty.

A balancing act: Achieving glycemic control in hospitalized patients

Kubacka, Beata

Nursing2014. 44(1):30-37, January 2014.

At any given time, up to 25% of hospitalized patients have diabetes or some degree of hyperglycemia. Get up to speed on managing hyperglycemia in all hospitalized patients by reviewing the latest evidence-based guidelines on blood glucose monitoring and interventions.

Author:
Litak, Lisa

Chest X-ray interpretation: Not just black and white

Pezzotti, William

Nursing2014. 44(1):40-47, January 2014.

Is your patient's chest X-ray unremarkable, or does it show a life-threatening abnormality? Use this article to gain a basic understanding of chest X-ray interpretation to sharpen your assessment skills, promote patient safety, and optimize care.

How to meet the challenges of correctional nursing

Williams, Tommy; Heavey, Elizabeth

Nursing2014. 44(1):51-54, January 2014.

A practicing correctional nurse gives you an inside look at the challenges and rewards of this unique nursing specialty.