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January 2005 - Volume 35 - Issue 1
pp: 6-88,32hn1-32hn3,32hn4-32hn4,32cc1-32cc5,32cc6-32c


Too posh—or too busy?

HEATWOLE, SHAROLYN B.; BATSON, PATRICIA GAIL; REYNOLDS, BADER PETERS; More

Nursing2005. 35(1):8-11, January 2005.


MEDICATION ORDER


CAREER OPPORTUNITIES


HIRING POLICY



ROOTING OUT ERRORS


MORPHINE CAPSULES


DRUG MIX-UP


GENERICS CONFUSION




Promoting health and wellness




MEMORIALS


HOSPITAL VISITORS


HAPPY MEMORIES



Caring for older adults



Putting research into practice





POSTOPERATIVE PAIN


HEAD INJURY


MEDICATIONS BY MAIL


INSULIN


BREAST CANCER DRUG







NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: PATIENT I.D.


Implanted chip approved for human use

Nursing2005. 35(1):33, January 2005.

Implanted ID chips approved for human use…advanced practice nurses may need doctorates…antiulcer drugs linked to community-acquired pneumonia…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: ADVANCED PRACTICE


Is there a doctorate in the house?

Nursing2005. 35(1):33, January 2005.

Implanted ID chips approved for human use…advanced practice nurses may need doctorates…antiulcer drugs linked to community-acquired pneumonia…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: PROTON PUMP INHIBITORS


Antiulcer drugs linked to pneumonia

Nursing2005. 35(1):34, January 2005.

Implanted ID chips approved for human use…advanced practice nurses may need doctorates…antiulcer drugs linked to community-acquired pneumonia…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: DIABETIC ULCERS


Hot foot means trouble brewing?

Nursing2005. 35(1):34, January 2005.

Implanted ID chips approved for human use…advanced practice nurses may need doctorates…antiulcer drugs linked to community-acquired pneumonia…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: SURVEY RESPONSES


What's your average patient caseload?

Nursing2005. 35(1):34, January 2005.

Implanted ID chips approved for human use…advanced practice nurses may need doctorates…antiulcer drugs linked to community-acquired pneumonia…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: MEDICAL DEVICES


Reusing some devices now illegal

Nursing2005. 35(1):34-35, January 2005.

Implanted ID chips approved for human use…advanced practice nurses may need doctorates…antiulcer drugs linked to community-acquired pneumonia…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: PATIENT PROFILE


EDs aren't filled with the uninsured

Nursing2005. 35(1):35, January 2005.

Implanted ID chips approved for human use…advanced practice nurses may need doctorates…antiulcer drugs linked to community-acquired pneumonia…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: NEWBORN HOME VISITS


Nurses who look in keep babies bouncing

Nursing2005. 35(1):35, January 2005.

Implanted ID chips approved for human use…advanced practice nurses may need doctorates…antiulcer drugs linked to community-acquired pneumonia…and more.


Are your pain management skills up-to-date?

BINES, ANN; PAICE, JUDITH A.

Nursing2005. 35(1):36-37, January 2005.

Discover how complying with the latest JCAHO standards helped nurses in one facility improve pain control for their patients.

Sepsis: Taking a deeper look

CHEEK, DENNIS J.; MCGEHEE-SMITH, HOLLIE; CUNNEEN, JANE; More

Nursing2005. 35(1):38-42, January 2005.

Learn how new discoveries about this deadly disorder are changing treatment approaches and nursing care.

Is that information safe for patient care?

SMELTZER, SUZANNE C.

Nursing2005. 35(1):54-55, January 2005.

You can't believe everything you read. Make sure your nursing practice is based on the best evidence available by following this respected editor's advice.

Managing three critical cancer complications

HELD-WARMKESSEL, JEANNE

Nursing2005. 35(1):58-63, January 2005.

If your patient is undergoing cancer treatment, make sure you know how to recognize and handle syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone, spinal cord compression, and anaphylactoid reaction.

Managing three critical cancer complications

Nursing2005. 35(1):64, January 2005.

If your patient is undergoing cancer treatment, make sure you know how to recognize and handle syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone, spinal cord compression, and anaphylactoid reaction.



How to measure ankle/brachial index

RICE, KAREN L.

Nursing2005. 35(1):56-57, January 2005.

See how blood pressure readings and a few simple calculations help you assess peripheral vascular disease.


INACCESSIBLE PHYSICIAN


DISCHARGE TEACHING


TELEPHONE ORDERS





Complementary and alternative therapies



From the Internet to Informatics



PREDICTING ILLNESSES


FINANCIAL NEWS



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