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January 2007 - Volume 37 - Issue 1
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MORE THAN ONE INSURER


NARCOTIC COUNTS


PAIN MANAGEMENT


INFORMED CONSENT



SAVING AN EXTRA DOSE


EARDROP MEDICATIONS


NAME CONFUSION






Promoting health and wellness




ORGAN DONATION


MISCOMMUNICATION


TREATMENT CONFLICT



ADVERSE EVENTS


SCOPOLAMINE



Complementary and alternative therapies



NEWS UPDATES RESEARCH: IT TAKES TEAMWORK


NEWS UPDATES RESEARCH: POST-MI ANGIOPLASTY


NEWS UPDATES RESEARCH: INCREASED MI RISK


NEWS UPDATES RESEARCH: SURVEY RESPONSES


NEWS UPDATES RESEARCH: STROKE AND HEART DISEASE


NEWS UPDATES RESEARCH: LUNG CANCER


NEWS UPDATES RESEARCH: DEATHS FROM SIDS


NEWS UPDATES RESEARCH: CHEMOTHERAPY


NEWS UPDATES RESEARCH: TUBERCULOSIS



Responding to primary brain tumour

PALMIERI, RACHEL L.

Nursing. 37(1):36-42, January 2007.

Whether malignant or benign, brain tumors must be treated aggressively. Learn what problems to anticipate and how to help your patient cope with them.



Inhaled insulin: Breathing new life into diabetes therapy

WRIGHT, MARY ANNETTE; APPEL, SUSAN J.

Nursing. 37(1):46-48, January 2007.

If your patient has diabetes, she may ask you about this exciting new option. Get the answers by reading this comprehensive report.




Nurse/physician relationships: Improving or not?

SIROTA, THEODORA

Nursing. 37(1):52-56, January 2007.

Sixteen years ago, Nursing91 published a major survey report on nurse/physician relationships. Have attitudes changed significantly since then? Let's review the evidence.








Caring for older adults





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