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June 2006 - Volume 36 - Issue 6
pp: 6-80,64cc1-64cc6,64cc7-64cc8,64hn1-64hn3,64hn7-64h


CORRECTION



CULTURE CHANGE


STANDARDS OF PRACTICE


FAMILY DYNAMICS



COLOR-CODED WARNINGS


TERATOGENIC DRUG


MEDICATION ORDER


TIME-OUTS


INSTILLATION FOR WOUND HEALING




Putting research into practice




Caring for older adults




From the Internet to Informatics



DEATHBED EXPERIENCES


VIEWS ON DYING





NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: SAFE PATIENT HANDLING


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: OBSTETRICS


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: LUNG DISEASE


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: E.D. ADMISSIONS


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: SURVEY RESPONSES


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: COMMUNICATION


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: PREMATURE INFANTS


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: CABG SURGERY


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: PREVENTING HEART DISEASE



Cerebral artery stenosis paves the way for a stroke

PALMIERI, RACHEL L.

Nursing2006. 36(6):36-41, June 2006.

Learn about new approaches to prevent or treat stroke, and lifestyle changes your patient can use to protect himself.

Nutrition for diabetes—all in a day's work

WATTS, SHARON A.; ANSELMO, JANET

Nursing2006. 36(6):46-48, June 2006.

Do your patients hate food plans and exchange lists? The 2006 American Diabetes Association guidelines discussed here give them more flexibility than ever.

Understanding the new AHA guidelines, part III

CRAIG, KAREN JEAN; HOPKINS-PEPE, LORAINE

Nursing2006. 36(6):52-53, June 2006.

Make sure you're current on recent changes in pediatric advanced life support.





Are you a culturally competent preceptor?

OBERMEYER, MARLENE V.

Nursing2006. 36(6):54-55, June 2006.

With this practical guide, you can help mentor international nurses as they adapt to nursing practice in North America.








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