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Newland, Jamesetta Less
Nurse Practitioner. 34(9):5, September 2009.
Jones, Melinda Mitchell; Boswell, Carol; Cannon, Sharon
Jones, Melinda Mitchell; Boswell, Carol; Cannon, Sharon Less
Nurse Practitioner. 34(9):6-8, September 2009.
Oliver, Brant J.
Oliver, Brant J. Less
Nurse Practitioner. 34(9):10-14, September 2009.
Nurse Practitioner. 34(9):15, September 2009.
Nurse Practitioner. 34(9):17, September 2009.
Nurse Practitioner. 34(9):56, September 2009.
Holcomb, Meagan A.; Williams, Richard; Skipper, Michelle Taylor
Holcomb, Meagan A.; Williams, Richard; Skipper, Michelle Taylor Less
Nurse Practitioner. 34(9):18-26, September 2009.
Adolescent contraception is a complex issue for NPs. Because sexual activity often precedes the ability to make responsible sexual decisions, clinicians are encouraged to provide anticipatory guidance to adolescent patients and their families concerning sexual behavior and appropriate contraception methods.
Nurse Practitioner. 34(9):26-27, September 2009.
LaRue, Laura Less
Nurse Practitioner. 34(9):28-33, September 2009.
Sarcoidosis causes inflammation of body tissues and systems. The disease often does not have symptoms and treatment may vary. If sarcoidosis does become chronic and symptoms develop, prednisone is the drug of choice.
Danter, Joyce H.
Danter, Joyce H. Less
Nurse Practitioner. 34(9):40-46, September 2009.
There are over 100 types of arthralgias. NPs should know how to differentiate between the most common, OA and RA, and be prepared to diagnosis and treat each condition. Understanding traditional and non-traditional therapy options is an important part of management.
Nurse Practitioner. 34(9):33-34, September 2009.
Snyder, Kelly N.; Compliment, James M.; Buchinsky, Farrel J.; More
Snyder, Kelly N.; Compliment, James M.; Buchinsky, Farrel J.; Hall-Stoodley, Luanne; Stoodley, Paul; Post, James Christopher Less
Nurse Practitioner. 34(9):35-39, September 2009.
Biofilms are communities of bacteria that behave differently from free-floating bacteria. Biofilms have been implicated as the cause of persistent otolaryngologic infections. Biofilms are highly resistant to antibiotic therapy and difficult to culture, making management of chronic infections challenging. Understanding biofilms could help improve treatment and prevention of chronic infections.
Cawley, Michelle Ann
Cawley, Michelle Ann Less
Nurse Practitioner. 34(9):47-52, September 2009.
Low testosterone levels affect a significant portion of the male population, but only a fraction receive treatment. It is important for NPs to understand androgen deficiency syndromes, the specific signs and symptoms of low serum testosterone, and the risks, benefits and monitoring factors when using replacement therapy options.