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May 2004 - Volume 34 - CriticalCare Choices2004 Supplement
pp: 1-42

Bradycardia: Slow heart rate? Think fast!

Hayes, Denise D.

Nursing2004. 34:4-12, May 2004.

Find out when a slow heart rate is life-threatening and how to intervene quickly and appropriately.

The latest in CARDIAC CARE

Chojnowski, Donna

Nursing2004. 34:16-18, May 2004.

The incidence of heart failure is increasing as the population ages. Learn about new ways to recognize and manage this costly disorder.

The latest in RESPIRATORY CARE

Roark-Sample, Bridgette; Mathews, Paul J.

Nursing2004. 34:20, May 2004.

These new ventilatory techniques can help your critically ill patients and prevent ventilator-associated infection.

The latest in RESPIRATORY CARE

Schmidt, Justin; Mathews, Paul J.

Nursing2004. 34:20-23, May 2004.

These new ventilatory techniques can help your critically ill patients and prevent ventilator-associated infection.

The latest in RESPIRATORY CARE

Brooks, Kelli; Mathews, Paul J.

Nursing2004. 34:23-24, May 2004.

These new ventilatory techniques can help your critically ill patients and prevent ventilator-associated infection.

The latest in TRAUMA CARE

Bartley, Marilynn Kyritsis; Telford, Georgianna

Nursing2004. 34:26-29, May 2004.

Clinicians are taking a second look at whether mangled extremities should be saved or amputated.

A new tool for FIGHTING SEPSIS

Devlin, Melissa M.

Nursing2004. 34:33-35, May 2004.

Drotrecogin alpha is the only drug approved to treat severe sepsis. Here's how to determine if your patient needs it and how to administer it.