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Nursing. 44(1):6, January 2014.
Mahon, Suzanne M.; Kuzlik, Diana
Mahon, Suzanne M.; Kuzlik, Diana Less
Nursing. 44(1):8, January 2014.
Genetics counseling...take a lesson from oncology nursing
Nursing. 44(1):10-11, January 2014.
First neoadjuvant treatment for breast cancer...influenza vaccine benefits high-risk cardiac patients...concerns about expedited drug approvals...statin therapy doesn't improve VAP outcomes...new drug may help diagnose dementia
Nursing. 44(1):12-13, January 2014.
Exploring nursing informatics...end painful toothbrushing...must nurses be paid for non-nursing duties?
Buck, Harleah G.; Fahlberg, Beth
Buck, Harleah G.; Fahlberg, Beth Less
Nursing. 44(1):14-15, January 2014.
Colancecco, Elise M.; Moriarty, Susan; Litak, Lisa
Colancecco, Elise M.; Moriarty, Susan; Litak, Lisa Less
Nursing. 44(1):16-17, January 2014.
Improving call bell response
Elliott, Brenda Less
Nursing. 44(1):18-22, January 2014.
Nursing. 44(1):23-25, January 2014.
MRSA makes a move on kids...autoinjector needles may fail to penetrate muscle in overweight patients...poor hospital lighting associated with fatigue, mood disturbances...and more.
Haynes, Jennifer; Strickler, Jeff
Haynes, Jennifer; Strickler, Jeff Less
Nursing. 44(1):62-63, January 2014.
Claffey, Colleen Less
Nursing. 44(1):64-65, January 2014.
Rank, Wendi Less
Nursing. 44(1):67, January 2014.
Cohen, Michael R.
Cohen, Michael R. Less
Nursing. 44(1):72, January 2014.
Misplaced drug in an automated dispensing cabinet...label without a drug name...one vial, ten doses...dosing directions change for liquid acetaminophen
Williams, Tommy; Heavey, Elizabeth
Williams, Tommy; Heavey, Elizabeth Less
Nursing. 44(1):51-54, January 2014.
A practicing correctional nurse gives you an inside look at the challenges and rewards of this unique nursing specialty.
D'Arcy, Yvonne Less
Nursing. 44(1):58-61, January 2014.
For a heads-up about thwarting these disabling headaches, review the latest recommendations for migraine prophylaxis—including a summary of the evidence on drugs and other treatments that have (and haven't) proven effective.
Kubacka, Beata Less
Nursing. 44(1):30-37, January 2014.
At any given time, up to 25% of hospitalized patients have diabetes or some degree of hyperglycemia. Get up to speed on managing hyperglycemia in all hospitalized patients by reviewing the latest evidence-based guidelines on blood glucose monitoring and interventions.
Pezzotti, William Less
Nursing. 44(1):40-47, January 2014.
Is your patient's chest X-ray unremarkable, or does it show a life-threatening abnormality? Use this article to gain a basic understanding of chest X-ray interpretation to sharpen your assessment skills, promote patient safety, and optimize care.
Nursing. 44(1):39, January 2014.
Teach your patients how they can protect themselves from influenza, then give them this handout to take home.
Davis, Charlotte; Wells, Rosemary
Davis, Charlotte; Wells, Rosemary Less
Nursing. 44(1):49-50, January 2014.
A patient recovering from a stroke gives her nurses a new perspective on patient care.
Nursing. 44(1):37-38, January 2014.
Nursing. 44(1):47-48, January 2014.