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July 2006 - Volume 36 - Issue 7
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CELL PHONE USE


WORKERS' COMPENSATION



Conference for clinical excellence



CONTRAST MEDIA


MARGINAL MEANING


INSULIN INFUSION


ABNORMAL LAB RESULTS


WRONG THERAPY


ACETAMINOPHEN TOXICITY





Promoting health and wellness



Putting research into practice





WORKPLACE SAFETY


SUPERVISING UAPS


NEGLECTING ORDERS


SLAPPING A PATIENT






NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: CAREER CHOICE


Nursing stands out as a profession

Nursing2006. 36(7):33, July 2006.

Nursing named one of 50 top professions…RNs say the shortage has eased and report on some promising trends…coming soon: routine HIV testing…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: PATIENT INTERACTION


Race is a factor in patient trust

Nursing2006. 36(7):33-34, July 2006.

Nursing named one of 50 top professions…RNs say the shortage has eased and report on some promising trends…coming soon: routine HIV testing…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: MORTALITY


Many (more) happy returns

Nursing2006. 36(7):34, July 2006.

Nursing named one of 50 top professions…RNs say the shortage has eased and report on some promising trends…coming soon: routine HIV testing…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: NURSING SHORTAGE


RNs report on promising trends

Nursing2006. 36(7):34, July 2006.

Nursing named one of 50 top professions…RNs say the shortage has eased and report on some promising trends…coming soon: routine HIV testing…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: ESRD


Simple tests predict kidney disease

Nursing2006. 36(7):34-35, July 2006.

Nursing named one of 50 top professions…RNs say the shortage has eased and report on some promising trends…coming soon: routine HIV testing…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: INFLUENZA PANDEMIC


How should vaccine be rationed?

Nursing2006. 36(7):35, July 2006.

Nursing named one of 50 top professions…RNs say the shortage has eased and report on some promising trends…coming soon: routine HIV testing…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: SURVEY RESPONSE


Okay to call out sick?

Nursing2006. 36(7):35, July 2006.

Nursing named one of 50 top professions…RNs say the shortage has eased and report on some promising trends…coming soon: routine HIV testing…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: AIDS


Coming soon: Routine HIV testing

Nursing2006. 36(7):35, July 2006.

Nursing named one of 50 top professions…RNs say the shortage has eased and report on some promising trends…coming soon: routine HIV testing…and more.


Managing systolic heart failure

CHOJNOWSKI, DONNA

Nursing2006. 36(7):36-42, July 2006.

Using the latest staging system as a guide, help slow disease progression by providing evidence-based treatment and teaching that's appropriate for your patient's condition.

So you've been named in a lawsuit?: What happens next?

BROOKE, PENNY SIMPSON

Nursing2006. 36(7):44-48, July 2006.

Follow this nurse-attorney's practical, step-by-step guide to defend yourself if you're ever sued by a patient.

Which analgesic is right for my patient?

D'Arcy, Yvonne

Nursing2006. 36(7):50-55, July 2006.

Assess him correctly to make sure the prescribed drug regimen is doing the job—especially if he's switching from a parenteral to an oral medication.


Managing systolic heart failure

Nursing2006. 36(7):43, July 2006.

Using the latest staging system as a guide, help slow disease progression by providing evidence-based treatment and teaching that's appropriate for your patient's condition.

Which analgesic is right for my patient?

Nursing2006. 36(7):56, July 2006.

Assess him correctly to make sure the prescribed drug regimen is doing the job—especially if he's switching from a parenteral to an oral medication.




First aid for bee, wasp, & hornet stings: Learn how to protect the victim-and yourself-from the potentially dangerous effects of their venom.

LASKOWSKI-JONES, LINDA

Nursing2006. 36(7):58-59, July 2006.

See how fast action can minimize the victim's pain—and maybe even save her life.


Caring for older adults




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