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September 2003 - Volume 33 - Issue 9
pp: 6-96,32hn1-32hn4,32cc1-32cc4



TRANSDERMAL CLONIDINE


LANTUS OR LENTE INSULIN?


TREATING HYPERNATREMIA


ORAL VS. I.V. HYDROMORPHONE



DEPRESSED MANAGER


MARITAL PROBLEMS


JOB APPLICATION


POSTOPERATIVE PATIENT








HEARTBURN RELIEF


“Purple pill” turns pink for OTC sale

Nursing2003. 33(9):28, September 2003.

Hair-raising drug may prevent prostate cancer…popular heartburn medication goes OTC…transdermal therapy for overactive bladder…new use for lizard saliva

TRANSDERMAL THERAPY


Treatment for overactive bladder gets under the skin

Nursing2003. 33(9):28, September 2003.

Hair-raising drug may prevent prostate cancer…popular heartburn medication goes OTC…transdermal therapy for overactive bladder…new use for lizard saliva

PROSTATE PROBLEMS


DIABETES AND OBESITY




Getting to the root of Medication errors: survey results

RN, HEDY COHEN,; ROBINSON, EILEEN S.; RN, MICHELLE MANDRACK,

Nursing2003. 33(9):36-46, September 2003.

Nurses have plenty to say about making and reporting medication errors. Compare their experiences with yours and learn how you can improve the medication administration process.

Using hyperbaric oxygen therapy to heal radiation wounds

ANDERSON, DAVID W.

Nursing2003. 33(9):50-53, September 2003.

This treatment may spare a patient with head or neck cancer the disfigurement of surgical reconstruction. Learn how to prepare and care for him.




News, updates, research: PULSE OXIMETRY READINGS


The unvarnished truth about nail polish

Nursing2003. 33(9):33, September 2003.

Pulse oximetry: getting around nail polish…mapping pain perceptions in the brain…dental emergencies take a bite out of ED admissions…intranasal flu vaccine hits the market…cells from nonviable livers help extend life for patients waiting for transplant…should ipecac syrup be available by prescription only?

News, updates, research: PAIN PERCEPTION


Pain on the brain

Nursing2003. 33(9):33, September 2003.

Pulse oximetry: getting around nail polish…mapping pain perceptions in the brain…dental emergencies take a bite out of ED admissions…intranasal flu vaccine hits the market…cells from nonviable livers help extend life for patients waiting for transplant…should ipecac syrup be available by prescription only?

News, updates, research: TREATMENT PROTOCOLS


Do physicians follow guidelines?

Nursing2003. 33(9):34, September 2003.

Pulse oximetry: getting around nail polish…mapping pain perceptions in the brain…dental emergencies take a bite out of ED admissions…intranasal flu vaccine hits the market…cells from nonviable livers help extend life for patients waiting for transplant…should ipecac syrup be available by prescription only?

News, updates, research: DIAGNOSTIC TOOLS


Ironing out small tumors

Nursing2003. 33(9):34, September 2003.

Pulse oximetry: getting around nail polish…mapping pain perceptions in the brain…dental emergencies take a bite out of ED admissions…intranasal flu vaccine hits the market…cells from nonviable livers help extend life for patients waiting for transplant…should ipecac syrup be available by prescription only?

News, updates, research: POISON TREATMENT


Ipecac may go behind the counter

Nursing2003. 33(9):34, September 2003.

Pulse oximetry: getting around nail polish…mapping pain perceptions in the brain…dental emergencies take a bite out of ED admissions…intranasal flu vaccine hits the market…cells from nonviable livers help extend life for patients waiting for transplant…should ipecac syrup be available by prescription only?

News, updates, research: INFLUENZA


Vaccination by a nose

Nursing2003. 33(9):35, September 2003.

Pulse oximetry: getting around nail polish…mapping pain perceptions in the brain…dental emergencies take a bite out of ED admissions…intranasal flu vaccine hits the market…cells from nonviable livers help extend life for patients waiting for transplant…should ipecac syrup be available by prescription only?

News, updates, research: ORGAN TRANSPLANTS


Cells from unusable livers extend life

Nursing2003. 33(9):35, September 2003.

Pulse oximetry: getting around nail polish…mapping pain perceptions in the brain…dental emergencies take a bite out of ED admissions…intranasal flu vaccine hits the market…cells from nonviable livers help extend life for patients waiting for transplant…should ipecac syrup be available by prescription only?

News, updates, research: E.D. VISITS


Brushing up on dental complaints

Nursing2003. 33(9):35, September 2003.

Pulse oximetry: getting around nail polish…mapping pain perceptions in the brain…dental emergencies take a bite out of ED admissions…intranasal flu vaccine hits the market…cells from nonviable livers help extend life for patients waiting for transplant…should ipecac syrup be available by prescription only?




Determining the TOE BRACHIAL PRESSURE INDEX

BONHAM, PHYLLIS ANN

Nursing2003. 33(9):54-55, September 2003.

Perform this simple, noninvasive procedure for an accurate picture of lower extremity arterial perfusion in a patient with diabetes or peripheral arterial disease.



TRANSPORTING PATIENTS


HIV-POSITIVE STUDENT


RESTRAINT DECISION


THEFT ACCUSATION



U.S. GOVERNMENT SITES






BEDSIDE HUMOR


EQUIPMENT CHECKS



DEATH WITH DIGNITY


NURSING SPECIALTIES


DEATHBED MOMENTS


GRAVE ROBBERY



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