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Laskowski-Jones, Linda Less
Nursing. 40(7):6, July 2010.
OPPY, MARY; GANITSKAYA, SVETLANA
OPPY, MARY; GANITSKAYA, SVETLANA Less
Nursing. 40(7):8, July 2010.
Not sweet on treatment for hypoglycemia...zero tolerance for disruptive behavior
Nursing. 40(7):9-10, July 2010.
Side rails: safety measure or restraint?...dealing with nursing practices that aren't evidence-based...regaining a revoked license
Michaelis, Janet Gray
Michaelis, Janet Gray Less
Nursing. 40(7):11-12, July 2010.
Nursing. 40(7):13, July 2010.
Antiepileptic drugs raise suicide risk...new treatments for prostate cancer and diabetic macular edema
Cohen, Michael R.
Cohen, Michael R. Less
Nursing. 40(7):14, July 2010.
Ampicillin and nafcillin look alike...outsourced drugs mixed lots and expiration dates...vecuronium switched with valproate
Nursing. 40(7):19-21, July 2010.
Interrupting nurses is strongly linked to medication errors...advance directives support patients' choices at the end of life...FDA gets tough on infusion device problems...and more.
Ufema, Joy Less
Nursing. 40(7):65, July 2010.
Bloom where you're planted...courageous conversation...hands-off care
Hess, Cathy Thomas
Hess, Cathy Thomas Less
Nursing. 40(7):66, July 2010.
Simmons, Catherine C.
Simmons, Catherine C. Less
Nursing. 40(7):44-47, July 2010.
Many nurses on general nursing units administer these hazardous medications, but few have been adequately prepared to handle them safely. Follow this guide to protect your patients and yourself from avoidable adverse reactions.
McEnroe Ayers, Denise M.
McEnroe Ayers, Denise M. Less
Nursing. 40(7):48-51, July 2010.
Keep a sharp eye on this increasingly popular procedure so you can prepare a patient for surgery and give appropriate care afterward.
Miller, Julie; Starks, Brandi
Miller, Julie; Starks, Brandi Less
Nursing. 40(7):52-55, July 2010.
Teasing out the elements of this revealing lab test will help you solve clinical mysteries.
Roberts, Bridget R.
Roberts, Bridget R. Less
Nursing. 40(7):58-64, July 2010.
Learn about pathophysiology, assessment points, and nursing care for patients with this common motor system disorder.
Simmons, Susan Less
Nursing. 40(7):22-29, July 2010.
Be alert for the subtle signs of hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism. With proper treatment, patients can stay healthy and avoid complications from these common disorders.
Pruitt, Bill Less
Nursing. 40(7):31-35, July 2010.
Refresh your knowledge about these critical values that tell you so much about your patient's condition.
Nursing. 40(7):37, July 2010.
Use this handout to help your patients get in the swim safely.
Fitzgerald, Marian Less
Nursing. 40(7):38-40, July 2010.
Despite Alzheimer disease, my mother taught me lessons until the end of her life.
Maxworthy, Juli Less
Nursing. 40(7):41-43, July 2010.
From soup to nuts, this article outlines effective strategies for improving patient outcomes and testing results.
Nursing. 40(7):29-30, July 2010.
Nursing. 40(7):35-36, July 2010.