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Duffy, William Less
OR Nurse. 5(5):5, September 2011.
Has excellence in nursing become just another tiresome checklist? A nationally known speaker looks at physical care vs. spiritual care, and what patients want.
Harrington, Linda Less
OR Nurse. 5(5):8-11, September 2011.
As the state of the economy continues to fluctuate, nurse leaders are challenged to learn the art of balancing quality care with cost efficiency.
Corley, Eileen Less
OR Nurse. 5(5):12-15, September 2011.
Auditing the sterile processing department can help facilities prevent problems, improve existing processes, and provide safe behind-the-scenes care for surgical patients.
Beck, Diana M.
Beck, Diana M. Less
OR Nurse. 5(5):48, September 2011.
How to use the AORN safe patient handling and movement tool to protect patients and yourself.
Saver, Cynthia; Pritchard, Donna; Groah, Linda; More
Saver, Cynthia; Pritchard, Donna; Groah, Linda; Burke, Michelle; Jacoby, Zaida; Desnoyers, Mercedes Less
OR Nurse. 5(5):34-43, September 2011.
Perioperative nurses reflect on the emotions of responding to 9-11 and the changes their facilities have made since to prepare for mass casualties from future events such as biologic terrorism.
Reynolds, Ira Gene
Reynolds, Ira Gene Less
OR Nurse. 5(5):16-22, September 2011.
Are you prepared to deal with this uncommon but life-threatening emergency? This article describes who's at risk, how to intervene, and how to maintain a sterile field during resuscitation efforts.
Moos, Daniel D.
Moos, Daniel D. Less
OR Nurse. 5(5):24-32, September 2011.
This article describes some common peripheral nerve blocks that may be administered for anesthesia or postoperative analgesia, either as a single injection or through a continuous catheter, and how ultrasound guidance is used to place the blocks.
OR Nurse. 5(5):22-23, September 2011.
OR Nurse. 5(5):32-33, September 2011.