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Correlations Between Hourly Pupillometer Readings and Intracranial Pressure Values

Published on: 08.01.2017
Associated with: Journal of Neuroscience Nursing. 49(4):229-234, August 2017

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Creator: Pamela Newland
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Session from AANN 50th meeting this past March. Multiple Sclerosis: Complex Care Requiring Confident Management Heidi W. Maloni, PhD ANP-BC CNRN MSCN
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Creator: Dr. Suzanne Smeltzer
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50th Anniversary audio discussion between Pamela Newland, RN, PhD, CMSRN and Suzanne Smeltzer, EdD, RN, ANEF, FAAN
Creator: Twyila Lay ACNP, ANP, MS
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Creator: Michael Rogers
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Michael Rogers explains his article, “Intracranial Pressure Values Are Highly Variable After Cerebral Spinal Fluid Drainage”
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The JNN editor reveals new agenda items for 2017.
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Symptoms in multiple sclerosis and encouragement for publishing in the journal
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Recommendation for the new edition of the MS Core Curriculum.
Creator: Hannah Rockett, MN ARNP CNRN
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Watch the Video Abstract for the April 2015 article and winner of Novice Writer award, "Fever Management Practices of Neuroscience Nurses: What Has Changed?"

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