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November 2001 - Volume 31 - Issue 11
pp: 6-120,32hn1-32hn2,32hn6-32hn6,32hn8-32hn8,32cc1-32

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Putting the new guidelines to work: PDF Only


Acute coronary syndrome: Putting the new guidelines to work

GRANGER, BRADI B.; MILLER, CORINNE M.

Nursing2001. 31(11):36-45, November 2001.

Important new protocols fundamentally alter how you assess and treat patients with cardiac chest pain. Here, we'll spell out the changes and how they affect your practice.


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Taking aim at antibiotic-resistant bacteria

SHEFF, BARBARA

Nursing2001. 31(11):63-68, November 2001.

If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the problem. Make sure year nursing practice meets current infection control standards to help carb this growing threat.


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Why is pressure ulcer risk assessment so important?

AYELLO, ELIZABETH A.; BRADEN, BARBARA

Nursing2001. 31(11):74-80, November 2001.

Because it helps you identify which patients may benefit most from preventive measures. Mere's what you need to know about one of the most commently used pressure ulcer risk assessment scales.


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MAGNET HOSPITALS: Going for the gold in nursing

MOORE, VICKIE M.; SHARKEY, KIM

Nursing2001. 31(11):82-83, November 2001.

Proud of the nursing care you give at your facility? Magnet hospital status may be within reach. Consider the criteria and decide if your facility qualifies.


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