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June 2004 - Volume 34 - Issue 6
pp: 8-96,32hn1-32hn2,32hn4-32hn5,32hn8-32hn10,32hn12-3



HOME HEALTH CARE


NPs AND PAs


PUPILLARY REACTIONS




WHEN “EYEDROPS” AREN'T


MULTIPLE DOSAGE FORMS


VERBAL CHEMO ORDERS





INFORMED CONSENT


PATIENT ELOPEMENT


FAMILY MEMBER INJURED



Putting research into practice



OXYCONTIN


MIGRAINE TREATMENT


LIPID-LOWERING DRUG


INFLUENZA




Nutrition series




NEWS, UPDATE, RESEARCH: CHEST COMPRESSIONS


NEWS, UPDATE, RESEARCH: DIAGNOSING HIV


NEWS, UPDATE, RESEARCH: RISKS OF HRT


NEWS, UPDATE, RESEARCH: E.D. VISITS


NEWS, UPDATE, RESEARCH: CAUSES OF DEATH


NEWS, UPDATE, RESEARCH: NURSING EDUCATION


NEWS, UPDATE, RESEARCH: PREMATURE INFANTS


NEWS, UPDATE, RESEARCH: VOICE TRACH TUBE



ESSENTIALS OF A MAGNETIC WORK ENVIRONMENT PART 1

KRAMER, MARLENE; SCHMALENBERG, CLAUDIA

Nursing2004. 34(6):50-54, June 2004.

In the first of a 4-part series, these respected nursing researchers share their latest findings about what staff nurses consider indispensable for quality patient care.

Finding alternatives to blood transfusion

KIRSCHMAN, RUTH ANN

Nursing2004. 34(6):58-62, June 2004.

Review current techniques and standards for blood volume replacement and consider these ways to reduce a patient's need for a transfusion.





DISAPPEARING ACT


REFUSING TREATMENT


SELF-DESTRUCTIVE PATIENT






From the Internet to Informatics





SUMMER DAZE


FOOT FITNESS



SAYING GOOD-BYE


ORAL MORPHINE


AGGRESSIVE TREATMENT




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