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Nursing Critical Care. 7(6):5, November 2012.
Do you know how to harness the power of networking (in person and online) to turbocharge your career?
Nursing Critical Care. 7(6):6-7, November 2012.
Test your rhythm strip interpretation using a five-step analysis method. Identify the mystery dysrhythmia and learn about its causes and management.
Buck, Harleah G.
Buck, Harleah G. Less
Nursing Critical Care. 7(6):8-9, November 2012.
Older adult patients and families need more information to make informed choices concerning CPR. Find out what the evidence says about the value of CPR in older patients, and how to talk to your patient about it.
Jagger, Janine; Perry, Jane; Parker, Ginger; More
Jagger, Janine; Perry, Jane; Parker, Ginger; Phillips, Elayne Kornblatt Less
Nursing Critical Care. 7(6):10-15, November 2012.
Although needle-stick risk from I.V. catheter devices has been well documented, blood exposures sustained by healthcare workers during peripheral I.V. catheter insertion or removal have received less attention. This survey asked nurses about blood exposure risks from peripheral I.V. catheter insertion and removal.
Colon, Rod Less
Nursing Critical Care. 7(6):48, November 2012.
Find out how to use LinkedIn.com, the social network for developing business and professional connections.
Palatnik, AnneMarie Less
Nursing Critical Care. 7(6):16-20, November 2012.
Anticoagulation therapy is used to prevent or treat conditions from venous thromboembolism to atrial fibrillation. These drugs are effective, but can be difficult to manage. Find out about the most common anticoagulants, which ones to use when, and how to keep patients safe during anticoagulant therapy.
Ku, Victoria Less
Nursing Critical Care. 7(6):23-29, November 2012.
Review normal anatomical structures visible on the chest X-ray (CXR), a systematic approach to interpreting an anterior-posterior CXR, how to recognize some common diseases via CXR, and how to recognize malpositions of central venous access devices, endotracheal tubes, and chest tubes.
McGraw, Mark M.
McGraw, Mark M. Less
Nursing Critical Care. 7(6):31-36, November 2012.
These designer drugs are disingenuously labeled “not for human consumption,” but are an easily obtained alternative to ecstasy, cocaine, and amphetamines. Users present to the ED with severe anxiety and paranoia, agitation, bizarre behavior, tremors, and persecutory hallucinations. Here's what you need to know to keep your patient and yourself safe.
Lian, Jin Xiong
Lian, Jin Xiong Less
Nursing Critical Care. 7(6):38-42, November 2012.
Cryptogenic organizing pneumonia is easily overlooked because of its rarity and nonspecific signs and symptoms. Find out how to recognize and respond promptly and effectively to this potentially reversible condition.
Ridlon, Teri; Cottrell, Damon
Ridlon, Teri; Cottrell, Damon Less
Nursing Critical Care. 7(6):44-47, November 2012.
Many nurses are uncomfortable with conflict, and providing clinical feedback may be perceived by some as a type of confrontation. This article focuses on the importance of clinical feedback, how to give feedback so that it's not received as confrontational, and how to receive feedback from others in an open-minded way.