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April 2006 - Volume 36 - Issue 4
pp: 6-88,64hn1-64hn4,64hn6-64hn7,64hn8-64hn8,64cc1-64c



PER DIEM POSITION


NEBULIZED MORPHINE


NURSE/PATIENT RELATIONSHIPS


VAGAL NERVE STIMULATOR



DOSING DIFFERENCES


SIMILAR TRADE NAMES





Promoting health and wellness




Caring for older adults





QUALITY OF CARE


REFUSING TREATMENT


DISCHARGE DILEMMA



NEW FDA GUIDELINES


CARDIOVASCULAR CARE


RANEXA


ASSESSING OLDER ADULTS




NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: TAKING TEMPERATURES


Hot and cold drinks skew results

Nursing2006. 36(4):33, April 2006.

Cold drinks put a chill on oral temperatures … surprising news about in-house cardiac arrests … extensive new guidelines for treating coughs … and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: EMERGENCY CARE


Surprising news about in-house cardiac arrest

Nursing2006. 36(4):33-34, April 2006.

Cold drinks put a chill on oral temperatures … surprising news about in-house cardiac arrests … extensive new guidelines for treating coughs … and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: ERROR PREVENTION


Mistaken identity in the NICU

Nursing2006. 36(4):34, April 2006.

Cold drinks put a chill on oral temperatures … surprising news about in-house cardiac arrests … extensive new guidelines for treating coughs … and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: SURVEY RESPONSES


Where do nurses say they lack proficiency?

Nursing2006. 36(4):34, April 2006.

Cold drinks put a chill on oral temperatures … surprising news about in-house cardiac arrests … extensive new guidelines for treating coughs … and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: TEACHING PROGRAM


Helping family caregivers cope

Nursing2006. 36(4):34-35, April 2006.

Cold drinks put a chill on oral temperatures … surprising news about in-house cardiac arrests … extensive new guidelines for treating coughs … and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: POISONING


Carbon monoxide: Hard on the heart

Nursing2006. 36(4):35, April 2006.

Cold drinks put a chill on oral temperatures … surprising news about in-house cardiac arrests … extensive new guidelines for treating coughs … and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: BURN CARE


New dressing helps prevent scars

Nursing2006. 36(4):35, April 2006.

Cold drinks put a chill on oral temperatures … surprising news about in-house cardiac arrests … extensive new guidelines for treating coughs … and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: NEW GUIDELINES


Expert advice on cough control

Nursing2006. 36(4):35, April 2006.

Cold drinks put a chill on oral temperatures … surprising news about in-house cardiac arrests … extensive new guidelines for treating coughs … and more.


Shades of sedation: Learning about moderate sedation and analgesia

HALLIDAY, ANNE B.

Nursing2006. 36(4):36-41, April 2006.

This comprehensive review spells out how to keep your patient safe and comfortable—before, during, and after a procedure.

Learning from Katrina

RICE, KAREN L.; COLLETTI, LISA S.; HARTMANN, SYLVIA; More

Nursing2006. 36(4):44-47, April 2006.

Could your facility weather a natural disaster? Take advice and inspiration from nurses who rode out Hurricane Katrina in a New Orleans hospital.

Best-practice interventions: Keeping central line infection at bay

HADAWAY, LYNN C.

Nursing2006. 36(4):58-63, April 2006.

Make sure you adhere to all five of these proven strategies for preventing central line infections.



Listening to the silence

MULLENS, MANDY N.

Nursing2006. 36(4):43, April 2006.

Hospitalized under embarrassing circumstances, my patient just wanted to be left alone—or so I thought, until I took time to really listen.



Emergencies in the field


First aid for AMPUTATION

LASKOWSKI-JONES, LINDA

Nursing2006. 36(4):50-52, April 2006.

If you're first on the scene, follow these guidelines to control bleeding and improve the odds for successful reattachment.




FUTILE TREATMENT


GRIEVING FAMILY







VIDEO SURVEILLANCE


AMBULATION ASSAULT


UNLOCKED “SECURE” UNIT



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