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November 2005 - Volume 35 - Issue 11
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NAME CONFUSION


QWELL VS. KWELL


PUZZLING PACKAGING



SUDDEN DEATH


ABANDONMENT


COMMUNICATION





Caring for older adults



CONFIDENTIALITY


PATIENT AUTONOMY



From the Internet to Informatics



Putting research into practice




HIV INFECTION


HYPERTENSION IN WOMEN


DIABETES AND HEMODIALYSIS


ANTICOAGULANTS






NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: TELEPHONE SURVEY


Fake physicians get flawed advice

Nursing2005. 35(11):33, November 2005.

Public health workers give flawed advice…cardiac care slows down after hours…paired kidney exchange program matches unrelated living donors…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: NURSING SHORTAGE


What keeps new nurses on the job?

Nursing2005. 35(11):33, November 2005.

Public health workers give flawed advice…cardiac care slows down after hours…paired kidney exchange program matches unrelated living donors…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: HOSPITAL CULTURE


DNR orders: Sooner or later?

Nursing2005. 35(11):34, November 2005.

Public health workers give flawed advice…cardiac care slows down after hours…paired kidney exchange program matches unrelated living donors…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: INFECTION CONTROL


Hospitals can't shake S. aureus

Nursing2005. 35(11):34, November 2005.

Public health workers give flawed advice…cardiac care slows down after hours…paired kidney exchange program matches unrelated living donors…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: UNTIMELY TREATMENT


Cardiac care slows down after hours

Nursing2005. 35(11):34-35, November 2005.

Public health workers give flawed advice…cardiac care slows down after hours…paired kidney exchange program matches unrelated living donors…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: WEB SITE SURVEY


Do you feel valued in your current position?

Nursing2005. 35(11):34, November 2005.

Public health workers give flawed advice…cardiac care slows down after hours…paired kidney exchange program matches unrelated living donors…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: LIVING ORGAN DONATION


Matching up compatible kidneys

Nursing2005. 35(11):35, November 2005.

Public health workers give flawed advice…cardiac care slows down after hours…paired kidney exchange program matches unrelated living donors…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH


This just in …

Nursing2005. 35(11):35, November 2005.

Public health workers give flawed advice…cardiac care slows down after hours…paired kidney exchange program matches unrelated living donors…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: TICK-BORNE ILLNESS


Spotted fever goes to the dogs

Nursing2005. 35(11):35, November 2005.

Public health workers give flawed advice…cardiac care slows down after hours…paired kidney exchange program matches unrelated living donors…and more.


Preventing perioperative complications in special populations

DUNN, DEBRA

Nursing2005. 35(11):36-43, November 2005.

Children and obese adults face distinct risks before, during, and after surgery. Follow these guidelines to anticipate and prevent complications.

Preventing perioperative complications in special populations

Nursing2005. 35(11):44-45, November 2005.

Children and obese adults face distinct risks before, during, and after surgery. Follow these guidelines to anticipate and prevent complications.

Keeping respiratorysyncytial virus at bay

PRUITT, BILL

Nursing2005. 35(11):62-64, November 2005.

It's not just kid stuff—RSV threatens vulnerable adults as well as young children. Take this expert's advice to keep the common cold virus from turning deadly.


What do men in nursing really think? Survey respondents speak out

HART, KAREN A.

Nursing2005. 35(11):46-48, November 2005.

Responding to a national survey, men talk about what attracted them to nursing and what they'd change about the profession if they could.





Systemic lupus erythematosus: Unmasking a great imitator

ROONEY, JOAN

Nursing2005. 35(11):54-60, November 2005.

Learn to recognize the many faces of this baffling disorder, then teach your patient ways to maintain her health and prevent symptom flares.



DAMAGING EMPLOYEE FILE


REPORTING SUSPECTED ABUSE


NURSES' UNION


MAINTAINING LPN LICENSE


PEDIATRIC EMERGENCIES


DISPENSING DRUGS








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