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Nursing. 44(4):6, April 2014.
Doughty, Kim; Bird, Martha
Doughty, Kim; Bird, Martha Less
Nursing. 44(4):8, April 2014.
Learning to lift…helping the aging population
Nursing. 44(4):10-11, April 2014.
Patients with bipolar disease burdened with polypharmacy…new guidelines for swimmer's ear…vitamin D deficiency may play a role in preeclampsia…can estrogen reduce intraocular pressure?...make sure adult patients are protected with recommended vaccines
Nursing. 44(4):12, April 2014.
Teaching older patients how to prevent dehydration…dealing with healthcare providers who don't want to be called
Riesenberg, Lee Ann; Justice, Ellen M.
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Nursing. 44(4):13-17, April 2014.
Nursing. 44(4):21-23, April 2014.
More nurses are kicking the smoking habit…statins help prevent ICU psychosis…value of screening mammograms comes under fire again…and more
Baldwin, Katrina; Walsh, Virginia
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Nursing. 44(4):65-67, April 2014.
Ensuring independent double-checks for high-alert medications
Kuebler, Karen M.
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Nursing. 44(4):69, April 2014.
Cohen, Michael R.
Cohen, Michael R. Less
Nursing. 44(4):72, April 2014.
Don't use smart infusion pumps from another hospital…avoid this fuzzy documentation format…beware of ambiguous oral capsule imprints
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Nursing. 44(4):50-54, April 2014.
Learn how to recognize sleep problems in children and what to do to help them (and their parents) get a good night's sleep.
Vacca, Vincent M. Jr.
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Nursing. 44(4):57-59, April 2014.
Get a grip on how to recognize and manage this painful condition.
Phillips, Jeff; Stinson, Keith; Strickler, Jeff
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Nursing. 44(4):60-63, April 2014.
To cool down heated situations, be prepared to respond appropriately when a patient's behavior reflects anxiety or frustration. Follow these guidelines to recognize agitation and keep everyone safe.
Miller, Julie Less
Nursing. 44(4):24-30, April 2014.
About one in four people who develop sepsis will die. Screening every potentially infected patient for sepsis and providing the evidence-based interventions presented here is critical to turning the tide on this killer.
Ayello, Elizabeth A.; Baranoski, Sharon
Ayello, Elizabeth A.; Baranoski, Sharon Less
Nursing. 44(4):32-40, April 2014.
Do you use best practices to prevent pressure ulcers and to manage them if they occur? Here, two nationally known experts discuss nurses' responses to their latest comprehensive wound care poll and compare them with responses to a similar poll taken in 2005.
Robinson, Sheria Grice
Robinson, Sheria Grice Less
Nursing. 44(4):44-45, April 2014.
A nurse draws inspiration from an unlikely place—her favorite spa.
Stalter, Ann M.; Keister, Kathy; Ulrich, Deborah L.; More
Stalter, Ann M.; Keister, Kathy; Ulrich, Deborah L.; Smith, Sherrill Less
Nursing. 44(4):46-49, April 2014.
If you have an ADN or diploma, this practical guide will help you select an RN-to-BSN program in an organized, efficient way.
Nursing. 44(4):30-31, April 2014.
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