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August 2002 - Volume 32 - Issue 8
pp: 8-96,32hn1-32hn4,32hn5-32hn6,32hn7-32hn8,32cc1-32c



REASONS TO AVOID “AD”


INSULIN FOR NEONATES


GIVING CHILDREN MEDICATION




TIME OFF


CVAD CARE


DISCRIMINATION






VERIFIED ORDERS


BRAIN INJURY



FASLODEX


ACTOS, AVANDIA


ZYPREXA, ZIAGEN



Assessing post-stroke swallowing


Nutrition series: Sodium restrictions



CURRENTS



News, updates, research: SLOW-HEALING BONES


Bad break for NSAIDs

Nursing2002. 32(8):33, August 2002.

Bad break for NSAIDs … new guidelines for suspicious Pap results … flu vaccine for infants … elderly can't remember drug names … ask the expert … hospital mortality rates … critically ill crowd California EDs … nurses' BP skills fall short … safe surroundings for Alzheimer's patients.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: NEW GUIDELINES


How to respond to suspicious Pap test results

Nursing2002. 32(8):33-34, August 2002.

Bad break for NSAIDs … new guidelines for suspicious Pap results … flu vaccine for infants … elderly can't remember drug names … ask the expert … hospital mortality rates … critically ill crowd California EDs … nurses' BP skills fall short … safe surroundings for Alzheimer's patients.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: INFLUENZA


CDC recommends flu vaccine for infants

Nursing2002. 32(8):34, August 2002.

Bad break for NSAIDs … new guidelines for suspicious Pap results … flu vaccine for infants … elderly can't remember drug names … ask the expert … hospital mortality rates … critically ill crowd California EDs … nurses' BP skills fall short … safe surroundings for Alzheimer's patients.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: GERIATRICS


Can your patient name her drugs?

Nursing2002. 32(8):34, August 2002.

Bad break for NSAIDs … new guidelines for suspicious Pap results … flu vaccine for infants … elderly can't remember drug names … ask the expert … hospital mortality rates … critically ill crowd California EDs … nurses' BP skills fall short … safe surroundings for Alzheimer's patients.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: Ask the expert


Ask the expert

Brooke, Penny Simpson

Nursing2002. 32(8):34, August 2002.

Bad break for NSAIDs … new guidelines for suspicious Pap results … flu vaccine for infants … elderly can't remember drug names … ask the expert … hospital mortality rates … critically ill crowd California EDs … nurses' BP skills fall short … safe surroundings for Alzheimer's patients.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: MORTALITY RATES


Large study puts nonprofit hospitals on top

Nursing2002. 32(8):34-35, August 2002.

Bad break for NSAIDs … new guidelines for suspicious Pap results … flu vaccine for infants … elderly can't remember drug names … ask the expert … hospital mortality rates … critically ill crowd California EDs … nurses' BP skills fall short … safe surroundings for Alzheimer's patients.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: EMERGENCY VISITS


Seriously ill patients crowd California EDs

Nursing2002. 32(8):35, August 2002.

Bad break for NSAIDs … new guidelines for suspicious Pap results … flu vaccine for infants … elderly can't remember drug names … ask the expert … hospital mortality rates … critically ill crowd California EDs … nurses' BP skills fall short … safe surroundings for Alzheimer's patients.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: ASSESSMENT


Nurses' BP measurement skills fall short

Nursing2002. 32(8):35, August 2002.

Bad break for NSAIDs … new guidelines for suspicious Pap results … flu vaccine for infants … elderly can't remember drug names … ask the expert … hospital mortality rates … critically ill crowd California EDs … nurses' BP skills fall short … safe surroundings for Alzheimer's patients.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE


Safe surroundings: Back to the future

Nursing2002. 32(8):35, August 2002.

Bad break for NSAIDs … new guidelines for suspicious Pap results … flu vaccine for infants … elderly can't remember drug names … ask the expert … hospital mortality rates … critically ill crowd California EDs … nurses' BP skills fall short … safe surroundings for Alzheimer's patients.


I. V. infiltration: Not just a peripheral problem

HADAWAY, LYNN C.

Nursing2002. 32(8):36-43, August 2002.

Learn how to recognize infiltration at both peripheral and central I.V. sites so you can prevent tissue damage and other complications.

More than a Snore: Recognizing the danger of sleep apnea

TATE, JUDY; TASOTA, FREDERICK J.

Nursing2002. 32(8):46-49, August 2002.

Sleep apnea is no joke—someone who's sleep-deprived can fall asleep at the wheel, among other consequences. Learn to spot symptoms and help your patient get the help he needs.

Guide to speciality certifications

HUMPHREYS, KIMBERLY

Nursing2002. 32(8):52-53, August 2002.

Planning to become certified in a specialty? Or want to recertify? Here's all the information you need to contact more than 20 organizations.

Documenting for quality patient care

YOCUM, R. FAY

Nursing2002. 32(8):58-64, August 2002.

Besides wasting time and money, poor charting habits can diminish the quality of patient care. Keep your documentation skills sharp by taking this expert's advice.






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