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Schuler, Monika S.
Schuler, Monika S. Less
Nursing. 43(9):1-4, September 2013.
Nursing. 43(9):6, September 2013.
Dammin, Tristram C.; Holland, Alfred J.
Dammin, Tristram C.; Holland, Alfred J. Less
Nursing. 43(9):8, September 2013.
Nursing. 43(9):10-11, September 2013.
Can lithium help prevent suicide?…new indication for telavancin…FDA cracks down on online drug crime…more children being poisoned with adult medications…does postmenopausal estrogen affect cognitive function? …some statins linked to incident diabetes
Nursing. 43(9):12-13, September 2013.
Dangers of indoor tanning…improving staff morale
Johanson, Linda S.
Johanson, Linda S. Less
Nursing. 43(9):14-20, September 2013.
Jr., Vincent M. Vacca
Jr., Vincent M. Vacca Less
Nursing. 43(9):21-22, September 2013.
Gibson, Jolynn M.; Pasierb, Andrea F.; Sunday, Colleen; More
Gibson, Jolynn M.; Pasierb, Andrea F.; Sunday, Colleen; Cavlovich, Doris Less
Nursing. 43(9):23-24, September 2013.
Developing nurse-friendly nursing grand rounds
Nursing. 43(9):25-27, September 2013.
New lifting standards from the ANA…verbally abusive colleagues drive new nurses away…encouraging trends in nursing education…and more
Farinde, Abimbola Less
Nursing. 43(9):64, September 2013.
Ly, Evelyn Less
Nursing. 43(9):65-67, September 2013.
Nursing. 43(9):67, September 2013.
Davey, Monica P.
Davey, Monica P. Less
Nursing. 43(9):31-36, September 2013.
For various reasons, many patients who take oral chemotherapeutic drugs at home have trouble sticking to their treatment regimen. This article discusses potential barriers to adherence and offers practical suggestions for helping patients take their medications as prescribed throughout the course of treatment.
Pessagno, Richard A.
Pessagno, Richard A. Less
Nursing. 43(9):60-64, September 2013.
Sexual health can be affected by illness, medications, and surgeries. Becoming familiar with the foundations of a complete sexual health history presented here can help you perform more meaningful assessments and feel comfortable broaching sensitive subjects with your patients.
English, Jill Less
Nursing. 43(9):28-29, September 2013.
Recounting her own experience with postpartum depression, a nurse shares insights and lessons learned about this troubling disorder.
D'Arcy, Yvonne Less
Nursing. 43(9):38-45, September 2013.
Using pulse oximetry and capnography together can help you detect impending oversedation, hypoventilation, and respiratory depression in postop patients receiving opioid analgesics. Make sure you can use these key assessment tools effectively and intervene appropriately to head off potential complications.
Simon, R. Bryan
Simon, R. Bryan Less
Nursing. 43(9):48-54, September 2013.
Lyme disease often hogs the spotlight, but many other tick-borne illnesses can be more harmful—and in some cases, fatal. Update your knowledge about seven infections transmitted by ticks, including distinguishing signs and symptoms, and teach patients how to minimize risks.
Wollman, Stephanie Less
Nursing. 43(9):58, September 2013.
Teach your patients how to sort out and cope with these painful conditions, then give them this handout to take home.
Nursing. 43(9):45-46, September 2013.
Nursing. 43(9):54-55, September 2013.