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Nursing. 46(7):6, July 2016.
Nursing. 46(7):10-11, July 2016.
Ketamine may reduce suicidal ideation...physicians overestimate the benefits of “breakthrough” therapies...proton pump inhibitors linked to chronic kidney disease...DPP-4 inhibitors raise risk of heart failure...daily aspirin regimen improves cancer survival
Starr, Kristopher T.
Starr, Kristopher T. Less
Nursing. 46(7):12-13, July 2016.
Navigating an unfamiliar clinical area
Nursing. 46(7):14-15, July 2016.
When can a patient's medical record be withheld?...looking into a medical alert device for use at home...how students can enhance their job prospects
Smith, Linda S.
Smith, Linda S. Less
Nursing. 46(7):17-19, July 2016.
Hoover, Robin Less
Nursing. 46(7):21-22, July 2016.
Benefits of electronic health records
Nursing. 46(7):23-25, July 2016.
The Joint Commission issues guidelines for texting orders...the FDA approves a blood donation screening test for Zika virus...ultrasound better than X-rays for detecting pneumonia in children...and more
Briggs, Patricia; Hawrylack, Helen; Mooney, Ruth
Briggs, Patricia; Hawrylack, Helen; Mooney, Ruth Less
Nursing. 46(7):61-67, July 2016.
Does inhaling peppermint oil reduce nausea after cardiac surgery?
Bergevin, Rita C.
Bergevin, Rita C. Less
Nursing. 46(7):68, July 2016.
Points to consider before getting a tattoo
Coyle, Amanda L.
Coyle, Amanda L. Less
Nursing. 46(7):69-70, July 2016.
Cohen, Michael R.
Cohen, Michael R. Less
Nursing. 46(7):72, July 2016.
When using this premixed infusion bag, administer loading doses as directed...beware sketchy bar code placements on drugs
Barron, Sara Less
Nursing. 46(7):52-58, July 2016.
A nurse noticed an unusual uptick in cases of rare and heartbreaking birth defects in a rural part of Washington State. Here's what happened after she called to report the cases to her state health department and a description of the investigation that ensued. Her advice to other nurses? “If you see something, say something.”
Hussar, Daniel A.
Hussar, Daniel A. Less
Nursing. 46(7):26-33, July 2016.
Learn about seven drugs recently approved by the FDA, including the first medication approved for female sexual dysfunction, a specific reversal agent for dabigatran that neutralizes its anticoagulant activity, and two human monoclonal antibodies that are the first in a new class of lipid-lowering drugs.
Schiech, Linda Less
Nursing. 46(7):36-44, July 2016.
Cancers of the head and neck, including tonsillar cancer, constitute up to 5% of all cancers. Heavy drinking, smoking, and human papilloma virus infection are prime risk factors. Be prepared to care for patients with tonsillar cancer by reviewing the pathology, diagnosis, and various treatment options presented here.
Gerber, Lois Less
Nursing. 46(7):46-48, July 2016.
A home healthcare nurse encourages her client to come together with her family to help her make important decisions.
Boswell, Carol Less
Nursing. 46(7):49-51, July 2016.
The skills nurses routinely use to provide patient care can be easily transferred to the boardroom. Consider participating on an organization's governing board to extend the influence of nursing and help create a culture of health.
Nursing. 46(7):33-34, July 2016.
Nursing. 46(7):44-45, July 2016.
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