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March 2002 - Volume 32 - Issue 3
pp: 8-104,32hn1-32hn3,32nh6-32hn8,32cc1-32cc7,32cc8-32



UNFAIR DELEGATION


CULTURE GAP




DOUBLE-CHECKING FOR ERRORS


DIETARY SUPPLEMENT


EXTENDED-RELEASE DRUGS



FROM THE INTERNET TO INFORMATICS



PATIENT PRIVACY


MEDICATION ORDERS


DETERMINING NEGLIGENCE



INAPSINE


ARIXTRA INJECTION


AVELOX


XELODA





Test yourself



Guide to pediatric equipment


Using neuromuscular blockers


Tears for Molly



French paradox


Drug interactions


Diabetes


Heart disease


Preventing medication errorsU


Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis


Geriatrics


Cardiac arrest





Writing easy-to-read teaching aids

MAYER, GLORIA GILBERT; RUSHTON, NANCY

Nursing2002. 32(3):48-49, March 2002.

To kick off our patient-education series, we'll outline a few rules for writing educational materials that anyone can understand.




LATEX ALLERGY: SEPARATING FACT from FICTION

LENEHAN, GAIL

Nursing2002. 32(3):58-64, March 2002.

Don't let this occupational hazard threaten your career. Make sure you have the facts straight by reading this expert's advice.



PATIENT FALLS


BRAIN DEATH












PREFUNERAL CEREMONY


PALLIATIVE SEDATION


GRIEVING


BURNOUT



HELP FROM IRS


SAFETY SUGGESTIONS


HELPING OTHERS COPE


NUTRITION CHOICES



PATIENT TEACHING


IMPAIRED PATIENT



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