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Crawford, Ann; Harris, Helene
Crawford, Ann; Harris, Helene Less
Nursing. 41(5):30-38, May 2011.
Refresh your knowledge about I.V. fluids, including how they act in the body and which ones to use (or avoid) in common clinical situations. This is the first in a series of articles on fluid and electrolyte balance.
Hess, Cathy Thomas
Hess, Cathy Thomas Less
Nursing. 40(7):66, July 2010.
Follows, Jill Less
Nursing. 42(7):1-4, July 2012.
LaMaster, Mark A.; Larsen, Ruth A.
LaMaster, Mark A.; Larsen, Ruth A. Less
Nursing. 40(1):8,10, January 2010.
Be confident when you encounter this thoughtprovoking interview by following six key steps.
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Austin, Sally Less
Nursing. 41(4):24-29, April 2011.
Besides undermining patient safety, inaccurate or incomplete documentation can land you in court if you're ever charged with nursing negligence. Avoid legal problems by always following these practical, best-practice guidelines.
Goldich, Guy Less
Nursing. 44(8):28-34, August 2014.
Nurses who can independently interpret a 12-lead ECG can anticipate and prepare for emergency care their patients may need. Review the practical guide to normal ECGs presented here. Next month: Interpreting abnormal ECGs.
Ortega, Lorenzo; Parsh, Bridget
Ortega, Lorenzo; Parsh, Bridget Less
Nursing. 43(2):68, February 2013.
Rank, Wendi Less
Nursing. 43(4):66, April 2013.
Zitkus, Bruce S.
Zitkus, Bruce S. Less
Nursing. 40():1-6, Fall 2010.
Moye, Melissa Less
Nursing. 40(6):64, June 2010.
Cottrell, Damon; Kendall, Stephanie M.
Cottrell, Damon; Kendall, Stephanie M. Less
Nursing. 40(1):20-21, January 2010.
Consider the personal rewards of critical care nursing, then find out how to plunge into this demanding and in-demand field.
Barlow, Christine M.
Barlow, Christine M. Less
Nursing. 44(8):65, August 2014.
Harris, Helene; Jelemensky, Linda
Harris, Helene; Jelemensky, Linda Less
Nursing. 44(8):36-42, August 2014.
Characterized by unpredictable periods of remission and relapse, this common form of inflammatory bowel disease is a challenge to manage. Be prepared to assess patients and provide optimal care to help them avoid acute flare-ups.
Klug, Jessica R.
Klug, Jessica R. Less
Nursing. 44(8):55-58, August 2014.
Once called Pick disease, this form of dementia triggers personality changes as patients lose insight, inhibitions, empathy, and judgment.
McEnroe-Petitte, Denise M.
McEnroe-Petitte, Denise M. Less
Nursing. 41():14-15, Fall 2011.
Young, Deborah Less
Nursing. 40(7):72, July 2010.
Geiter, Henry B. JR.
Geiter, Henry B. JR. Less
Nursing. 39():1-3, Fall 2009.
Brown-O'Hara, Tricia Less
Nursing. 43(1):1-3, January 2013.
Miller, Julie Less
Nursing. 44(4):24-30, April 2014.
About one in four people who develop sepsis will die. Screening every potentially infected patient for sepsis and providing the evidence-based interventions presented here is critical to turning the tide on this killer.
Dumont, Cheryl; Meisinger, Sandy; Whitacre, Mary Jo; More
Dumont, Cheryl; Meisinger, Sandy; Whitacre, Mary Jo; Corbin, Gloria Less
Nursing. 42(1):44-49, January 2012.
Last spring, Nursing2011 asked nurses to take part in a survey identifying the prevalence of bullying among colleagues in the workplace, also called horizontal violence. Explore the survey results and consider whether your facility is part of the problem or part of the solution.
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