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Brown-O'Hara, Tricia Less
Nursing. 43(1):1-3, January 2013.
Nursing. 43(1):6, January 2013.
Look for the story behind the story
Banks, Debra; Hudson, Anne; Simon, Bina
Banks, Debra; Hudson, Anne; Simon, Bina Less
Nursing. 43(1):8, January 2013.
Never stop learning…do your fellow nurses have your back? …tragic ending
Nursing. 43(1):9, January 2013.
Similar results for oral versus parenteral regimen for urinary incontinence…new drug approved for rheumatoid arthritis…two treatments compared for type 2 diabetes…varenicline doesn't raise cardiovascular risk
Nursing. 43(1):10-11, January 2013.
Leaving against medical advice…can hospitals decline to accept a patient transfer? …heads up about head-down positioning
Cohen, Michael R.
Cohen, Michael R. Less
Nursing. 43(1):12, January 2013.
Drug label missing critical information…burn injury from topical analgesic…FentaNYL overdose risk…don't send unused medication home with the patient
Buck, Harleah G.
Buck, Harleah G. Less
Nursing. 43(1):14-15, January 2013.
What do families really hear us say?
Uberoi, Vikrant; Calixte, Nahomy; Coronel, Vanessa R.; More
Uberoi, Vikrant; Calixte, Nahomy; Coronel, Vanessa R.; Furlong, Debra J.; Orlando, Ralph P.; Lerner, Lori B. Less
Nursing. 43(1):16-20, January 2013.
Nursing. 43(1):21-23, January 2013.
Nurses' perceptions about quality of care are right on…simple nursing intervention tames MRSA…fecal transplantation highly effective for patients with C. difficile infections…and more
Reed, Kimra Less
Nursing. 43(1):64-65, January 2013.
Woo, Kevin Y.; Cowie, Barbara G.
Woo, Kevin Y.; Cowie, Barbara G. Less
Nursing. 43(1):66-68, January 2013.
Rank, Wendi Less
Nursing. 43(1):69, January 2013.
Vacca, Vincent M.
Vacca, Vincent M. Less
Nursing. 43(1):72, January 2013.
Norton, Colleen; Feltz, Shara J.; Brocker, Angela; More
Norton, Colleen; Feltz, Shara J.; Brocker, Angela; Granitto, Margaret Less
Nursing. 43(1):50-55, January 2013.
Are you up-to-date on emerging data about the long-term consequences of concussion? Research shows that youth athletes are especially vulnerable to lasting brain damage from repeated concussions. Be prepared to assess and care for patients with a potential concussion, teach patients, families, and coaches how to recognize the often-subtle signs and symptoms, and help to minimize risks to children and adolescents.
Ficorelli, Carmel T.; Edelman, MaryAnn; Weeks, Bridget H.
Ficorelli, Carmel T.; Edelman, MaryAnn; Weeks, Bridget H. Less
Nursing. 43(1):58-62, January 2013.
For patients with chronic kidney disease facing long-term dialysis, a kidney transplant from a living donor may be the best option for achieving a better quality of life and improving life expectancy. Explore the health and ethical issues involved for both the donor and recipient of this gift of life.
Bucher, Linda; Buruschkin, Rolma; Kenyon, Dina M.; More
Bucher, Linda; Buruschkin, Rolma; Kenyon, Dina M.; Stenton, Kelley; Treseder, Susan Less
Nursing. 43(1):30-36, January 2013.
Update your knowledge about this super-cool therapy that protects the brain and preserves long-term neurologic functioning in selected patients. These guidelines will help prepare you to care for these patients during every phase of treatment.
Tolich, Deborah J.; Blackmur, Sheila; Stahorsky, Ken; More
Tolich, Deborah J.; Blackmur, Sheila; Stahorsky, Ken; Wabeke, Danita Less
Nursing. 43(1):40-47, January 2013.
Adopting blood management practices can lower both the risks and costs associated with unnecessary blood transfusions. Learn about patient-centered strategies and techniques that improve patient outcomes by reducing, eliminating, or optimizing the use of blood transfusions to treat anemia.
Miller, Sheri Less
Nursing. 43(1):38-39, January 2013.
Being in practice for 30 years helped prepare this nurse for her greatest challenge—caring for her dying son.
Nursing. 43(1):36-37, January 2013.
Nursing. 43(1):47-48, January 2013.