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July 2005 - Volume 35 - Issue 7
pp: 6-88,32hn1-32hn3,32hn4-32hn4,32cc1-32cc2,32cc4-32c



PATIENT PRIVACY


CELLULAR TRANSMISSIONS


STERILE TECHNIQUE



RECONCILING MEDICATIONS


INFUSION PUMP TAMPERING


PREPACKAGED DOSES




Promoting health and wellness






MEMORIAL SERVICE


PALLIATIVE CARE








NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: WORKING CONDITIONS


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: HEALTH CARE EXPENDITURES


Which chronic ailments cost most?

Nursing2005. 35(7):33-34, July 2005.

You deserve a break today…more nurses report satisfaction with their work…research proves that teaching helps patients control pain…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: NUTRITION


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: SURVEY RESPONSES


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: NURSING SHORTAGE


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: CANCER


Patient teaching improves pain control

Nursing2005. 35(7):35, July 2005.

You deserve a break today…more nurses report satisfaction with their work…research proves that teaching helps patients control pain…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: DIABETES


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: INFECTION CONTROL


These computer bugs transmit disease

Nursing2005. 35(7):35, July 2005.

You deserve a break today…more nurses report satisfaction with their work…research proves that teaching helps patients control pain…and more.


Clearing away pulmonary secretions

PRUITT, BILL; JACOBS, MICHAEL

Nursing2005. 35(7):36-41, July 2005.

Excess or retained pulmonary secretions can impair ventilation and set the stage for infection and other life-threatening complications. Find out which patients are at particular risk and how to protect them.

Clearing away pulmonary secretions

Nursing2005. 35(7):42, July 2005.

Excess or retained pulmonary secretions can impair ventilation and set the stage for infection and other life-threatening complications. Find out which patients are at particular risk and how to protect them.


What Ruth knew

Simon, S. Kesselman

Nursing2005. 35(7):43, July 2005.

Diagnosed with dementia, Ruth had seemed unaware of her surroundings for years. Who'd have predicted her response to a new environment?



Why not nursing

ERICKSON, JEANETTE IVES; HOLM, LAUREN J.; CHELMINIAK, LEE; More

Nursing2005. 35(7):46-49, July 2005.

Why doesn't nursing attract more bright young people or adults looking for a second career? These researchers identify damaging misperceptions that may steer potential nursing students away and discuss ways to polish nursing's image.



The softer side of security

JOHNSON, DEBORAH; LASKOWSKI-JONES, LINDA; VICKERS, SHARON M.; More

Nursing2005. 35(7):54-55, July 2005.

Initiated to improve hospital security, our K-9 patrols have provided unexpected benefits for patients and staff alike.


MISSING EQUIPMENT


COSIGNING VERBAL ORDERS


TAPE-RECORDED REPORT


QUESTIONING PHYSICIAN'S JUDGMENT



Caring for older adults







DOMESTIC VIOLENCE


ETHICAL COMMITTEE



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