May 2002 - Volume 32 - Issue 5
pp: 8-96,32hn1-32hn4,32hn5-32hn5,32hn6-32hn6,32hn8-32h



TRAVEL NURSING


HAZARDOUS WASTE


NURSING BOARDS




NEULASTA


DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS


LYMERIX


XOPENEX


ELIGARD


ZEVALIN




CELL PHONES


DNR ALTERNATIVE


CONFIDENTIALITY



BEWARE “BOLUS”


COMPUTERIZED ORDERS


FALSIFIED RECORDS


SOUNDALIKE DRUGS





Infection control


Infection control: Update on APIC


Infection control: New hand hygiene guidelines


Infection control: Infection control news: INFECTION COLLECTION


Infection control: Your guide to selecting gloves




News, updates, research: HYPERTENSION


News, updates, research: JCAHO STANDARDS


News, updates, research: MEASLES


News, updates, research: OSTEOPOROSIS


News, updates, research: CABG SURGERY


News, updates, research: CANCER AND HEART DISEASE


News, updates, research: RARE DISEASES


News, updates, research: DIABETES


News, updates, research: COLORECTAL CANCER



When to administer modified Blood products

FITZPATRICK, LYNDA

Nursing2002. 32(5):36-42, May 2002.

Learn which of your patients are most vulnerable to dangerous transfusion-related problems and why modified blood products can keep them safe.




New treatment for an old problem: Negative-pressure wound therapy

RN, SUSAN MENDEZ-EASTMAN,

Nursing2002. 32(5):58-64, May 2002.

By applying a vacuum, this new therapy speeds recovery for patients with chronic, hard-to-heal wounds. Here, you'll see how to use it.





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