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June 2005 - Volume 35 - Issue 6
pp: 6-88,32cc1-32cc3,32cc4-32cc6,32cc8-32cc10,32hn1-32




EPIDURAL INJECTION


ACETYLCYSTEINE ROUTES


POTENTIAL DRUG MIX-UP



ASTHMA EXACERBATIONS


PAPERLESS CHARTING


I.V. THERAPY


PATIENT PRIVACY





MEDICATION ERROR


PATIENT AUTONOMY



Caring for older adults




Conference for clinical excellence




INTRATHECAL ANALGESIA


BARACLUDE


OSTEOPOROSIS


STROKE PREVENTION





NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: JOB SATISFACTION


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: ORGAN DONATION


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: ASTHMA


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: AORTIC ANEURYSMS


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: BRAIN CHEMICALS


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: SURVEY RESPONSES


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: DISEASE CONTROL


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: DEMENTIA


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: WHO STATISTICS


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: CONSUMER ADVERTISING


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: PULMONARY DISEASE



Nursing2005 Wound care survey report

AYELLO, ELIZABETH A.; BARANOSKI, SHARON; SALATI, DAVID S.

Nursing2005. 35(6):36-45, June 2005.

When you care for patients with chronic wounds, do you use “best practice” wound care interventions? Test your knowledge by reading how nurses responded to our comprehensive wound care poll.

Nursing2005 wound care survey report

Nursing2005. 35(6):46-47, June 2005.

When you care for patients with chronic wounds, do you use “best practice” wound care interventions? Test your knowledge by reading how nurses responded to our comprehensive wound care poll.

Recognizing aortic mitral valve disease

TODD, BARBARA A.; HIGGINS, KATHLEEN

Nursing2005. 35(6):58-63, June 2005.

Take advantage of recent treatment advances to help your patient avoid lifethreatening cardiac complications.


Patient-education guide: Abnormal vaginal bleeding

AYERS, DENISE McENROE; LAPPIN, JOAN E. STUCKY; LIPTOK, LINDA McINTOSH

Nursing2005. 35(6):51, June 2005.

When teaching your patient how to recognize potential problems, give her this handout to take home.


Recalling plain beauties

DEGNAN, MARY

Nursing2005. 35(6):52, June 2005.

Despite their debilitating genetic disease, these spirited Amish sisters could brighten anyone's day. Now I had to prepare their family and friends for one sister's death.


DEATHBED VIGIL


PEDIATRIC CANCER PATIENT





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