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November 2004 - Volume 34 - Issue 11
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UNLICENSED ASSISTANT


RN CREDENTIALS


OTC PRODUCTS


DRUGS VIA ET TUBE





Promoting health and wellness



WRONG PATIENT


OPIOID SWAP


IMMEDIATE-RELEASE NIFEDIPINE





ELISABETH KUBLER-ROSS


PAIN AND SUFFERING




CARDIOVASCULAR RISKS


ANTIHYPERTENSIVE DRUGS


ADHERING TO TREATMENT


ACUTE ASTHMA ATTACK


ADDICTION



ECG Series


CURRENTS




NEWS, UPDATE, RESEARCH: PATIENT TRANSPORT


NEWS, UPDATE, RESEARCH: BREAST CANCER


NEWS, UPDATE, RESEARCH: DRUG ERRORS


NEWS, UPDATE, RESEARCH: NURSING HOMES


NEWS, UPDATE, RESEARCH: CONTINUING EDUCATION


NEWS, UPDATE, RESEARCH: HOSPICE CARE


NEWS, UPDATE, RESEARCH: PROSTATE CANCER


NEWS, UPDATE, RESEARCH: SENTINEL EVENTS



Blood glucose meters: different strokes for different folks

FAIN, JAMES A.

Nursing2004. 34(11):48-51, November 2004.

Is your patient overwhelmed by the array of meters on the market? Help him make a good choice by matching his needs and abilities with the selected equipment featured here.

Cracking the case: Your role in Nursing

STEVENS, SERITA

Nursing2004. 34(11):54-56, November 2004.

In some circumstances, your patient's injuries could be evidence in a criminal or civil proceeding. Avoid making mistakes that could impede an investigation by taking these steps.

Oh, those aching joints: What you need to know about arthritis

ROONEY, JOAN

Nursing2004. 34(11):58-63, November 2004.

With this guide to the two common types of arthritis, you can help your patient protect herself from chronic pain and disability.





Are you “too posh to wash”?

Olesen, Eleanor M.

Nursing2004. 34(11):57, November 2004.

Should nurses delegate comfort care to unlicensed personnel and concentrate on tasks requiring higher-level skills? Read these viewpoints and tell us what you think.


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