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April 2005 - Volume 35 - Issue 4
pp: 6-88,32hn1-32hn3,32hn4-32hn4,32cc1-32cc2,32cc4-32c



MEDICATION MIX-UP


HOME MEDICATIONS


ORDERING BY VOLUME


DIFFERENTIATING DOSAGES




DOCUMENTATION


COMMUNICATION





Putting research into practice



ANNOTATED INCIDENT REPORT


DOMESTIC VIOLENCE


SIDESTEPPING DNR ORDER




POSTEXPOSURE PROPHYLAXIS


TOPICAL ECZEMA THERAPY


MENINGITIS


SKIN CANCER PROTECTION





NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: ERRORS AND INCOMPETENCE


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: CHRONIC HEART FAILURE


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: NURSING IN THE NEWS


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: PERFORMING SURGERY


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: SURVEY RESPONSES


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: PULMONARY EMBOLISM


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: COMMON KILLERS


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION



When your patient has acute facial paralysis

CARLSON, DOROTHY S.; PFADT, ELLEN

Nursing2005. 35(4):54-55, April 2005.

Make sure you understand how to distinguish Bell's palsy from Ramsay Hunt syndrome, because the distinction is crucial to successful treatment.

When your patient is in liver failure

WHITEMAN, KIM; MCCORMICK, CRYSTAL

Nursing2005. 35(4):58-63, April 2005.

Each year, 1 in 10 Americans is diagnosed with liver disease. Here's what you need to know if one of those patients is yours.





Assisted suicide: Unraveling a complex issue

ERSEK, MARY

Nursing2005. 35(4):48-52, April 2005.

If a terminally ill patient asked you to help her die, what would you do? Consider the moral and legal implications discussed here, then share your opinions with us.



FAST-PACED CLINIC


DISSATISFIED PATIENT


CULTURAL DIVERSITY







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