May 2020 - Volume 50 - Issue 5 - Contributor Index

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Treating postpartum depression with brexanolone

Burval, Jessica; Kerns, Rachel; Reed, Kim

Nursing. 50(5):48-53, May 2020.

Administered I.V. over 60 hours, this novel medication can relieve severe signs and symptoms of postpartum depression within days.

Dilution is no solution

Deutsch, Lynn

Nursing. 50(5):61-62, May 2020.

Despite well-established guidelines, many nurses still routinely dilute I.V. push medications—a practice associated with a high risk of errors.

Nursing attitudes and practices for routine I.V. catheter resiting

Evers, Frances; Morelock, Skip; Walsh, Judith; More

Nursing. 50(5):66-69, May 2020.

Nursing attitudes and practices about routine I.V. catheter resiting

Confronting compassion fatigue in oncology nurses

Reiser, Victoria L.; Gonzalez, Judith F. Zedreck

Nursing. 50(5):54-60, May 2020.

Incorporating input from frontline staff, the quality improvement project described here aimed to combat burnout with a self-compassion toolkit.

New Drugs 2020, part 2

Hussar, Daniel A.

Nursing. 50(5):31-40, May 2020.

Review seven drugs recently approved by the FDA, including a new treatment for relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis and the second drug approved to treat female sexual dysfunction.

Treating postpartum depression with brexanolone

Burval, Jessica; Kerns, Rachel; Reed, Kim

Nursing. 50(5):48-53, May 2020.

Administered I.V. over 60 hours, this novel medication can relieve severe signs and symptoms of postpartum depression within days.

Nursing attitudes and practices for routine I.V. catheter resiting

Evers, Frances; Morelock, Skip; Walsh, Judith; More

Nursing. 50(5):66-69, May 2020.

Nursing attitudes and practices about routine I.V. catheter resiting

Nursing attitudes and practices for routine I.V. catheter resiting

Evers, Frances; Morelock, Skip; Walsh, Judith; More

Nursing. 50(5):66-69, May 2020.

Nursing attitudes and practices about routine I.V. catheter resiting

Understanding acute upper gastrointestinal bleeding in adults

Pezzotti, William

Nursing. 50(5):24-29, May 2020.

Acute upper gastrointestinal bleeding (UGIB) is common in both acute and primary care settings. This article discusses the assessment and management of adults with acute UGIB, including medication options and nursing interventions.

Treating postpartum depression with brexanolone

Burval, Jessica; Kerns, Rachel; Reed, Kim

Nursing. 50(5):48-53, May 2020.

Administered I.V. over 60 hours, this novel medication can relieve severe signs and symptoms of postpartum depression within days.

Confronting compassion fatigue in oncology nurses

Reiser, Victoria L.; Gonzalez, Judith F. Zedreck

Nursing. 50(5):54-60, May 2020.

Incorporating input from frontline staff, the quality improvement project described here aimed to combat burnout with a self-compassion toolkit.

Preparing nurses for fieldwork in tropical nursing

Schmid, Alexis; Wood, Frances

Nursing. 50(5):43-45, May 2020.

Climate change and increasing globalization are creating career opportunities for those interested in tropical nursing. Here, learn about the Diploma in Tropical Nursing program and explore the challenges and rewards of serving patients in tropical settings.

Nursing attitudes and practices for routine I.V. catheter resiting

Evers, Frances; Morelock, Skip; Walsh, Judith; More

Nursing. 50(5):66-69, May 2020.

Nursing attitudes and practices about routine I.V. catheter resiting

Preparing nurses for fieldwork in tropical nursing

Schmid, Alexis; Wood, Frances

Nursing. 50(5):43-45, May 2020.

Climate change and increasing globalization are creating career opportunities for those interested in tropical nursing. Here, learn about the Diploma in Tropical Nursing program and explore the challenges and rewards of serving patients in tropical settings.

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