July 2014 - Volume 44 - Issue 7 - Contributor Index

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Sleepless in stepdown

Matukaitis, Joanne; Eckman, Thea; Baxter, Kirstan; More

Nursing . 44(7):15-18, July 2014.

Sleepless in stepdown

Matukaitis, Joanne; Eckman, Thea; Baxter, Kirstan; More

Nursing . 44(7):15-18, July 2014.

Sleepless in stepdown

Matukaitis, Joanne; Eckman, Thea; Baxter, Kirstan; More

Nursing . 44(7):15-18, July 2014.

Sleepless in stepdown

Matukaitis, Joanne; Eckman, Thea; Baxter, Kirstan; More

Nursing . 44(7):15-18, July 2014.

Sleepless in stepdown

Matukaitis, Joanne; Eckman, Thea; Baxter, Kirstan; More

Nursing . 44(7):15-18, July 2014.

New drugs 2014, part 2

Hussar, Daniel A.

Nursing . 44(7):26-33, July 2014.

Learn about seven recently approved drugs, including an important advance for treatment of hepatitis C infection, the first drug approved to treat Cushing disease, and a monoclonal antibody for treatment and prevention of inhalational anthrax, a potential biological terrorism threat.

Sleepless in stepdown

Matukaitis, Joanne; Eckman, Thea; Baxter, Kirstan; More

Nursing . 44(7):15-18, July 2014.

Sleepless in stepdown

Matukaitis, Joanne; Eckman, Thea; Baxter, Kirstan; More

Nursing . 44(7):15-18, July 2014.

Sleepless in stepdown

Matukaitis, Joanne; Eckman, Thea; Baxter, Kirstan; More

Nursing . 44(7):15-18, July 2014.

Sleepless in stepdown

Matukaitis, Joanne; Eckman, Thea; Baxter, Kirstan; More

Nursing . 44(7):15-18, July 2014.

Illness at high altitudes

Simon, R. Bryan; Simon, Debbie A.

Nursing . 44(7):36-41, July 2014.

Vacationing in the mountains? Be aware that anyone who ascends rapidly to a high altitude is susceptible to altitude illness, regardless of age or fitness level. Review these guidelines for up-to-date information on acute mountain sickness, high altitude cerebral edema, and high altitude pulmonary edema so you can recognize signs and symptoms quickly and respond appropriately.

Illness at high altitudes

Simon, R. Bryan; Simon, Debbie A.

Nursing . 44(7):36-41, July 2014.

Vacationing in the mountains? Be aware that anyone who ascends rapidly to a high altitude is susceptible to altitude illness, regardless of age or fitness level. Review these guidelines for up-to-date information on acute mountain sickness, high altitude cerebral edema, and high altitude pulmonary edema so you can recognize signs and symptoms quickly and respond appropriately.