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September 2006 - Volume 36 - Issue 9
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NURSING STUDENT


GIVING REPORT



INFUSION ERROR


RISKY ABBREVIATION REVISITED


ROUND-THE-CLOCK DRUG SUPPLY





Putting research into practice




Promoting health and wellness



MOTHER-DAUGHTER CONFLICT


SUICIDE ATTEMPT




HIV INFECTION


CONTRAST-INDUCED NEPHROPATHY


DIABETES


PARKINSON'S DISEASE



NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: POSTOP COMPLICATIONS


Prepare to feel queasy

Nursing2006. 36(9):33, September 2006.

How a patient's expectations affect postop nausea…manual versus mechanical CPR—which is better?…using technology to overcome paralysis…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: MAN VS. MACHINE


Who's better at CPR?

Nursing2006. 36(9):33-34, September 2006.

How a patient's expectations affect postop nausea…manual versus mechanical CPR—which is better?…using technology to overcome paralysis…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: AMBULATORY VISITS


Americans seeking more health care

Nursing2006. 36(9):34, September 2006.

How a patient's expectations affect postop nausea…manual versus mechanical CPR—which is better?…using technology to overcome paralysis…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: CARDIAC DISEASE


Pulse pressure linked to mortality risk

Nursing2006. 36(9):34, September 2006.

How a patient's expectations affect postop nausea…manual versus mechanical CPR—which is better?…using technology to overcome paralysis…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: SURVEY RESPONSES


Delivering PCA by nurse proxy

Nursing2006. 36(9):34, September 2006.

How a patient's expectations affect postop nausea…manual versus mechanical CPR—which is better?…using technology to overcome paralysis…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: WORK ENVIRONMENTS


Less burnout = safer patients

Nursing2006. 36(9):34-35, September 2006.

How a patient's expectations affect postop nausea…manual versus mechanical CPR—which is better?…using technology to overcome paralysis…and more.

NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: NURSING SHORTAGE


Retaining older nurses: A wise move

Nursing2006. 36(9):35, September 2006.

How a patient's expectations affect postop nausea…manual versus mechanical CPR—which is better?…using technology to overcome paralysis…and more.


Weaning patients from mechanical: ventilation

PRUITT, BILL

Nursing2006. 36(9):36-41, September 2006.

Learn to help patients at two extremes: those who can be weaned rapidly, and those who are difficult to wean.

Keep your older patients out of medication trouble

SHEPLER, SHERRILL A.; GROGAN, TRACY A.; PATER, KAREN STEINMETZ

Nursing2006. 36(9):44-47, September 2006.

Protect an older adult from adverse drug events.

Responding to TRAUMA: Your priorities in the first hour

LASKOWSKI-JONES, LINDA

Nursing2006. 36(9):52-58, September 2006.

A patient with serious injuries is headed to your hospital. Do you know how to set priorities in the crucial first hour? Read this for guidelines.


Responding to TRAUMA: Your priorities in the first hour

Nursing2006. 36(9):59, September 2006.

A patient with serious injuries is headed to your hospital. Do you know how to set priorities in the crucial first hour? Read this for guidelines.











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