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Nursing. 45(3):6, March 2015.
Humphrey, Alice Anne; Warsh, Eunice
Humphrey, Alice Anne; Warsh, Eunice Less
Nursing. 45(3):8, March 2015.
Assisted suicide should be an option...home healthcare: expertise needed
Nursing. 45(3):9-10, March 2015.
Antacids may improve survival from oropharyngeal cancer...is aspirin appropriate for CVD prevention?...tell parents to avoid giving cough or cold remedies to children under age 2...many older adults are overtreated for diabetes...scant evidence supports opioid use for chronic pain
Laing, Craig Less
Nursing. 45(3):11-14, March 2015.
Nursing. 45(3):15, March 2015.
Ziconotide for pain management...what's a 23-hour observation?
Starr, Kristopher T.
Starr, Kristopher T. Less
Nursing. 45(3):16-17, March 2015.
Haupt, Bonnie Less
Nursing. 45(3):18-19, March 2015.
Soto, June R.
Soto, June R. Less
Nursing. 45(3):20-23, March 2015.
Williams, Bridgette C.
Williams, Bridgette C. Less
Nursing. 45(3):24-26, March 2015.
Nursing. 45(3):27-29, March 2015.
Public again rates nursing as the most ethical profession... “medical homes” work well for chronically ill children...tooth loss may signal cognitive decline in older adults...and more
Nursing. 45(3):66, March 2015.
Belizario, Sylvia M.
Belizario, Sylvia M. Less
Nursing. 45(3):67-69, March 2015.
Preventing CAUTIs with an innovative catheter insertion procedure
Gann, Michael Less
Nursing. 45(3):60-66, March 2015.
Informatics nurses play an increasingly important role in implementing and managing technology that improves patient safety during medication administration. Learn all about this fast-growing career opportunity here.
Oldham, Jennifer; Symonds, Anita
Oldham, Jennifer; Symonds, Anita Less
Nursing. 45(3):30-36, March 2015.
Nurses may come face-to-face with patients who've been sexually assaulted in any work environment. This article reviews who's at risk and discusses how to assess and care for sexual assault victims—including important do's and don'ts for preserving evidence.
Rosini, Jamie M.; Dogra, Pooja
Rosini, Jamie M.; Dogra, Pooja Less
Nursing. 45(3):38-45, March 2015.
For patients who don't respond adequately to behavioral approaches to treating insomnia, many prescription drugs, over-the-counter medications, and herbal and dietary supplements are available for short-term therapy. This overview sorts out the options and highlights key points for patient education.
Cox-Davenport, Rebecca Less
Nursing. 45(3):48-49, March 2015.
By taking a fresh approach to a patient care problem, this nurse found an effective way to promote drainage of aspirated fluid.
Lebanik, Laura; Britt, Stephanie
Lebanik, Laura; Britt, Stephanie Less
Nursing. 45(3):50-53, March 2015.
Besides saving costs, tapping the talents of float pool nurses improves quality of patient care and overall patient safety. Do you have what it takes to dive into this role?
Feulner, Loren Less
Nursing. 45(3):54-59, March 2015.
Refresh your knowledge of this potentially life-threatening condition, including how to assess and monitor maternal and fetal well-being.
Nursing. 45(3):36-37, March 2015.
Nursing. 45(3):45-46, March 2015.
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