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Laskowski-Jones, Linda Less
Nursing. 46(2):6, February 2016.
Richardson, Carrie; Sellers, Carol L.
Richardson, Carrie; Sellers, Carol L. Less
Nursing. 46(2):8, February 2016.
Unnecessary numbering invites medication errors...support top billing for nurses
Nursing. 46(2):10-11, February 2016.
Naloxone nasal spray for opioid overdose...genetically engineered drug for bleeding disorder...azithromycin lessens severity of pediatric respiratory tract infections...patients successfully self-manage oral anticoagulant use...adult polypharmacy on the rise
Salladay, Susan A.
Salladay, Susan A. Less
Nursing. 46(2):12-13, February 2016.
When a clique controls key committees...physician promotes positive thinking despite poor prognosis...handling requests for “free” healthcare advice
Starr, Kristopher T.
Starr, Kristopher T. Less
Nursing. 46(2):14, February 2016.
Kram, Stacey L.; Wilson, Janet
Kram, Stacey L.; Wilson, Janet Less
Nursing. 46(2):15-16, February 2016.
Notte, Barbara Byrne; Fazzini, Carol; Mooney, Ruth A.
Notte, Barbara Byrne; Fazzini, Carol; Mooney, Ruth A. Less
Nursing. 46(2):17-23, February 2016.
Parsh, Bridget; Gardner, Pamela
Parsh, Bridget; Gardner, Pamela Less
Nursing. 46(2):24-25, February 2016.
Six tips for teaching online classes
Hayes, Kimberly Drummond
Hayes, Kimberly Drummond Less
Nursing. 46(2):26, February 2016.
Flying high in a medevac helicopter
Nursing. 46(2):27-29, February 2016.
Simple blood test detecting pediatric concussion under study...gel injections improve clinical outcomes in patients with heart failure...congenital syphilis on the rise...and more
Miller, Shelley; Lattanzio, Margaret; Cohen, Susan
Miller, Shelley; Lattanzio, Margaret; Cohen, Susan Less
Nursing. 46(2):63-64, February 2016.
Booker, Staja Q.; Haedtke, Christine
Booker, Staja Q.; Haedtke, Christine Less
Nursing. 46(2):65-68, February 2016.
Nursing. 46(2):69, February 2016.
Cohen, Michael R.
Cohen, Michael R. Less
Nursing. 46(2):72, February 2016.
Completely remove tamper-resistant seals...don't cover medication label bar codes with pharmacy labels...avoid mixing up cytarabine and vinorelbine...tiny print on similar package labels poses risks
Pereira, Katherine Less
Nursing. 46(2):54-59, February 2016.
Although some herbal products can be beneficial, they're manufactured without FDA oversight. Educate patients about the risk of drug interactions and adverse reactions, and teach them to inform all prescribers about any herbal products they use.
Gaines-Dillard, Nancy; Bartley, Marilynn K.; Rosini, Jamie M.
Gaines-Dillard, Nancy; Bartley, Marilynn K.; Rosini, Jamie M. Less
Nursing. 46(2):60-62, February 2016.
Review the risks and benefits of using I.V. TXA to treat patients with traumatic injuries, and learn critical assessment considerations for patients who may be candidates for this therapy.
Nahabedian, Maurice Y.; Nahabedian, Anissa G.
Nahabedian, Maurice Y.; Nahabedian, Anissa G. Less
Nursing. 46(2):30-38, February 2016.
Patients having surgery for a ventral incisional hernia following laparotomy are at risk for readmission and hernia recurrence. Appropriate care, along with the use of newer materials and surgical techniques, can improve long-term outcomes.
Craig-Brangan, Karen Jean; Day, Mary Patricia
Craig-Brangan, Karen Jean; Day, Mary Patricia Less
Nursing. 46(2):40-45, February 2016.
Advanced cardiovascular life support spans the spectrum of care from basic life support to post-cardiac arrest care. Become familiar with these recently revised guidelines for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and emergency cardiovascular care in adults.
Douglas, Valerie Less
Nursing. 46(2):48-49, February 2016.
Are we so protective of nursing's image that we stand by silently as impaired colleagues endanger themselves and their patients day after day?
Dabkowski, Melissa Ann
Dabkowski, Melissa Ann Less
Nursing. 46(2):51-53, February 2016.
New nurses need support and guidance to ease their transition into practice. By understanding and implementing these core components—advocating, breathing, communicating, documenting, and educating—they improve patient care and increase their confidence and satisfaction as nurses.
Nursing. 46(2):38-39, February 2016.
Nursing. 46(2):45-46, February 2016.
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