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January 2002 - Volume 32 - Issue 1
pp: 6-88,32hn1-32hn4,32hn5-32hn5,32hn6-32hn8,32cc1-32c



HOME HEALTH CARE


UNEQUAL WORKLOAD


CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETERS


URINARY DRAINAGE SYSTEMS





PATIENT EDUCATION


ADMINISTERING U-500 INSULIN


ANTIDEPRESSANT MEDICATION


BIOTERRORISM THREAT




GRIEVING CHILD


FINAL WISHES


FUTILE CARE




BEDSIDE HAZARDS


PCA PUMPS




DOXYCLYCINE AND PENICILLIN G


ARANESP


REMICADE


TRALI ALERT





Microbial menace


Scrubs may spread infection while you work

Nursing2002. 32(1):33, January 2002.

Contaminated scrubs … freezing needles to dull injection pain … therapeutic use for psychedelic drug … “cooking” tumors with radiofrequency ablation.

Analgesia


Poll results


Stem cell research: Should funding be extended?

Nursing2002. 32(1):34, January 2002.

Contaminated scrubs … freezing needles to dull injection pain … therapeutic use for psychedelic drug … “cooking” tumors with radiofrequency ablation.

Radiofrequency ablation


Prevention and diagnosis


Older adults


Heart disease


Psychedelic drug


FDA gives green light to Ecstasy research

Nursing2002. 32(1):35, January 2002.

Contaminated scrubs … freezing needles to dull injection pain … therapeutic use for psychedelic drug … “cooking” tumors with radiofrequency ablation.


How to manage spleen trauma without surgery

LASKOWSKI-JONES, LINDA

Nursing2002. 32(1):36-42, January 2002.

New approaches to managing a spleen injury may allow your patient to avoid a splenectomy. Here, you'll learn how to support him.


Your patient is in pain: how should you respond?

MCCAFFERY, MARGO

Nursing2002. 32(1):43, January 2002.

By taking this survey, you can contribute to important research about what nurses know (and what they think they know) about pain management.




“BUFFING” THE CHART


PERFORMING PHYSICAL EXAMS


PATIENT CONTRACT


DOCUMENTATION ERRORS



HELPING YOURSELF AND OTHERS


EXERCISE REGIMEN


PUBLIC SPEAKING


MANAGING STRESS








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