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Nursing. 42(12):6, December 2012.
Howland, Wendie A.; Wong, Susan Ossanna; Suriano, Beth L.
Howland, Wendie A.; Wong, Susan Ossanna; Suriano, Beth L. Less
Nursing. 42(12):7, December 2012.
Continuing education...science, faith, or both?
Nursing. 42(12):8-9, December 2012.
Adalimumab approved for ulcerative colitis...statins lower risk of open-angle glaucoma...beta-blockers don't benefit patients with no recent history of MI...drug approved for relapsing MS...asthma improves with additional inhaler...melatonin supplements enhance sleep quality
Salladay, Susan A.
Salladay, Susan A. Less
Nursing. 42(12):10-11, December 2012.
Talking about treatment choices...motives of living organ donors...answering questions about competence
Cohen, Michael R.
Cohen, Michael R. Less
Nursing. 42(12):12, December 2012.
Overdose from improper insulin pen use...look-alike labels and bottle caps invite trouble...Fleet enemas for those with renal failure: don't underestimate the risk
Brooke, Penny Simpson
Brooke, Penny Simpson Less
Nursing. 42(12):13-15, December 2012.
Disciplinary record painted over?...no longer covered by employer's insurance...patient transfer issues...changing a living will...unintended influence
Wheatley, Christopher Less
Nursing. 42(12):16-17, December 2012.
Nursing. 42(12):19-21, December 2012.
Nurses team up to prevent CLABSI...patient safety tied to patient satisfaction...large study examines fall prevention interventions...and more
Rosier, Patricia Kelly
Rosier, Patricia Kelly Less
Nursing. 42(12):64-65, December 2012.
Weeks, Karen A.
Weeks, Karen A. Less
Nursing. 42(12):66-68, December 2012.
Dechant, Laura M.
Dechant, Laura M. Less
Nursing. 42(12):69, December 2012.
Carlson, Dorothy S.; Pfadt, Ellen
Carlson, Dorothy S.; Pfadt, Ellen Less
Nursing. 42(12):72, December 2012.
Rank, Wendi Less
Nursing. 42(12):41-45, December 2012.
As alternatives to craniotomy, these endovascular procedures are indicated for many cases of cerebral aneurysm, brain arteriovenous malformations, and carotid stenosis. Get the latest information so you're prepared to educate and care for patients pre- and postprocedure.
Pore, Nichole; Burley, Michael
Pore, Nichole; Burley, Michael Less
Nursing. 42(12):50-54, December 2012.
Often triggered by grief or emotional distress, this condition can mimic the signs and symptoms of acute coronary syndromes. The good news is that with early detection and proper treatment, most patients recover completely.
Simmons, Susan Less
Nursing. 42(12):55-59, December 2012.
Refresh your knowledge about the signs and symptoms of vitamin B12 deficiency, its treatment, and the role of testing.
Schneider, Melissa A.; Schneider, Matthew D.E.
Schneider, Melissa A.; Schneider, Matthew D.E. Less
Nursing. 42(12):60-63, December 2012.
Be alert for signs and symptoms so you can get the help your patient needs for a better outcome.
Pettinato, Maria Less
Nursing. 42(12):22-27, December 2012.
Do you know how to assess gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered or transsexual, and questioning or queer patients? Sensitivity about a patient's sexual orientation and gender identity helps nurses provide comprehensive nursing care and encourages patients to feel comfortable seeking healthcare.
Toner, Francis; Claros, Edith
Toner, Francis; Claros, Edith Less
Nursing. 42(12):32-39, December 2012.
Did you know that up to half of all older adults experience constipation? Be ready to assess these patients, prepare them for diagnostic testing if necessary, and teach them simple but effective interventions to ward off serious complications.
Nursing. 42(12):29, December 2012.
After educating patients about this common and painful condition, give them this handout to take home.
Aponesto, Sol Less
Nursing. 42(12):30-31, December 2012.
Patient advocacy is the heart and soul of nursing. One December a nurse took on this special role, and memories of this have brightened all of her following Christmases.
Oestberg, Fredrik Less
Nursing. 42(12):46-49, December 2012.
By knowing how the political system works and what strategies can influence policy, any nurse can become an advocate at the local, state, or federal level. Here's what you can do.
Nursing. 42(12):27-28, December 2012.
Nursing. 42(12):39-40, December 2012.