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February 2001 - Volume 31 - Issue 2
pp: 6-88,32hn1-32hn4,32cc1-32cc4,32cc5-32cc5,32cc6-32c

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What makes bradycardia tick?

MIRACLE, VICKIE A.

Nursing2001. 31(2):44-45, February 2001.

In this first of a series on common cardiovascular conditions, learn how an abnormally slow heart rate affects your patient and what you can do to help.


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Portrait of a lady

Nursing2001. 31(2):47-50, February 2001.

Sharon loved bright sunny days, the feel of wind on her face, and rock and roll. Supporting this complex woman during her terminal illness was a team effort that left us all feeling blessed.


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HIV update Faster treatment slows the spread

BURSAW, MICHAEL; KEENAN, KATHLEEN; EHRHART, MANON

Nursing2001. 31(2):62-63, February 2001.

An integrated approach to HIV assessment and treatment can help infected patients—and at-risk partners—get the treatment they need sooner than ever.


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