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March 2007 - Volume 37 - Issue 3
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Nursing2007® job satisfaction survey

CLARKE, SEAN P.; MEE, CHERYL L.

Nursing. 37(3):7-8, March 2007.

What ingredients do you consider most important to job satisfaction? Share your experience and opinions by responding to this nationwide survey.


Nurse/physician relationships: Improving or not?

THOMAS, LAURAINE A.

Nursing. 37(3):10, March 2007.

Nurse/physician relationships: Improving or not?…wound closure device clarification…speaking up for organ donation…help for nurses with mental illnesses

Nurse/physician relationships: Improving or not?

DENGATE, DIANE

Nursing. 37(3):10, March 2007.

Nurse/physician relationships: Improving or not?…wound closure device clarification…speaking up for organ donation…help for nurses with mental illnesses

Nurse/physician relationships: Improving or not?

HALDAMAN, MICHELE

Nursing. 37(3):10, March 2007.

Nurse/physician relationships: Improving or not?…wound closure device clarification…speaking up for organ donation…help for nurses with mental illnesses

Nurse/physician relationships: Improving or not?

RYAN, ANDREA

Nursing. 37(3):10,12, March 2007.

Nurse/physician relationships: Improving or not?…wound closure device clarification…speaking up for organ donation…help for nurses with mental illnesses

Nurse/physician relationships: Improving or not?

DABBERT, OLGARD

Nursing. 37(3):12, March 2007.

Nurse/physician relationships: Improving or not?…wound closure device clarification…speaking up for organ donation…help for nurses with mental illnesses

Not just foam

MALLI, SUZANNE

Nursing. 37(3):12, March 2007.

Nurse/physician relationships: Improving or not?…wound closure device clarification…speaking up for organ donation…help for nurses with mental illnesses

More support for organ donation

COLLINS, KATHY

Nursing. 37(3):12, March 2007.

Nurse/physician relationships: Improving or not?…wound closure device clarification…speaking up for organ donation…help for nurses with mental illnesses

Help from Down Under

JOYCE, TERRY

Nursing. 37(3):12, March 2007.

Nurse/physician relationships: Improving or not?…wound closure device clarification…speaking up for organ donation…help for nurses with mental illnesses


PREFILLED SALINE SYRINGE


PEN INJECTOR SLIPUP


AUTOMATED DISPENSING CABINET




SMOKING CESSATION


NURSE WITH DISABILITY




Caring for older adults



DRUG ADVERTISING


PERSONAL INFORMATION


CONFIDENTIALITY


FAMILY CONFLICT




PROTON PUMP INHIBITORS


Acid suppression linked to hip fracture

Nursing. 37(3):31, March 2007.

Proton pump inhibitors linked to hip fracture…label changes on the way for some OTC analgesics…treatment for ulcerative colitis approved for kids…new therapy chokes off tumors…FDA approves cyanide antidote kit…don't give cold remedies to infants

CANCER TREATMENT


A new tactic for attacking tumors

Nursing. 37(3):31, March 2007.

Proton pump inhibitors linked to hip fracture…label changes on the way for some OTC analgesics…treatment for ulcerative colitis approved for kids…new therapy chokes off tumors…FDA approves cyanide antidote kit…don't give cold remedies to infants

ANTITERRORISM TREATMENT


FDA approves cyanide antidote

Nursing. 37(3):31, March 2007.

Proton pump inhibitors linked to hip fracture…label changes on the way for some OTC analgesics…treatment for ulcerative colitis approved for kids…new therapy chokes off tumors…FDA approves cyanide antidote kit…don't give cold remedies to infants

ULCERATIVE COLITIS


Adult treatment approved for kids

Nursing. 37(3):31, March 2007.

Proton pump inhibitors linked to hip fracture…label changes on the way for some OTC analgesics…treatment for ulcerative colitis approved for kids…new therapy chokes off tumors…FDA approves cyanide antidote kit…don't give cold remedies to infants

INFANTS WITH COLDS


Cough syrup may be lethal

Nursing. 37(3):31-32, March 2007.

Proton pump inhibitors linked to hip fracture…label changes on the way for some OTC analgesics…treatment for ulcerative colitis approved for kids…new therapy chokes off tumors…FDA approves cyanide antidote kit…don't give cold remedies to infants

DRUG LABELING


Stronger words for OTC analgesics

Nursing. 37(3):32, March 2007.

Proton pump inhibitors linked to hip fracture…label changes on the way for some OTC analgesics…treatment for ulcerative colitis approved for kids…new therapy chokes off tumors…FDA approves cyanide antidote kit…don't give cold remedies to infants


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: PATIENT SATISFACTION


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: HEART FAILURE


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: MEDICATION ERRORS


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: NATIONAL SURVEY


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: SURVEY RESPONSES


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: REMOTE CARE


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: SCREENING TOOL


NEWS, UPDATES, RESEARCH: MENTAL FITNESS



Managing pain in a patient who's drug-dependent

D'ARCY, YVONNE

Nursing. 37(3):36-40, March 2007.

If your patient is addicted to alcohol or dependent on opioids to manage chronic pain, her need for postoperative analgesia will be very different from that of the average patient. Heres how to assess her and make sure she gets optimum pain relief.

Give EVENT REPORTS their DUE RESPECT

BROOKE, PENNY SIMPSON

Nursing. 37(3):44-45, March 2007.

Used properly, these risk management tools help managers and clinicians identify the root causes of errors and correct underlying problems. Follow these guidelines to ensure that they serve their intended purpose.

What you need to know about sepsis

WOOD, SUSAN; LAVIERI, MARY C.; DURKIN, TRACY

Nursing. 37(3):46-51, March 2007.

This catastrophic response to infection can develop swiftly. Learn how to recognize who's at risk and watch for the earliest signs so you can head off a crisis.

Can a bloodless surgery program work in the trauma setting?

CRUM, ELIZABETH; VALENTI, JO

Nursing. 37(3):54-56, March 2007.

Yes, these nurses say. Speaking from experience, they explain why their facility's successful program benefits patients and staff alike.

Fighting the triple threat of lower extremity ulcers

CALIANNO, CAROL; HOLTON, SUSAN J.

Nursing. 37(3):57-63, March 2007.

Is your patient's wound arterial, venous, neuropathic, or a combination? This article will help you distinguish these potentially debilitating ulcers and tailor your care accordingly.


Managing pain in a patient who's drug-dependent

Nursing. 37(3):41, March 2007.

If your patient is addicted to alcohol or dependent on opioids to manage chronic pain, her need for postoperative analgesia will be very different from that of the average patient. Heres how to assess her and make sure she gets optimum pain relief.


contest winner




Fighting the triple threat of lower extremity ulcers

Nursing. 37(3):64, March 2007.

Is your patient's wound arterial, venous, neuropathic, or a combination? This article will help you distinguish these potentially debilitating ulcers and tailor your care accordingly.




CONSENT TO TREAT A TEEN


EQUIPMENT PROBLEMS


INFORMED CONSENT


INADEQUATE STAFFING




Promoting health and wellness




Putting research into practice




NUTRITION TIPS


PREVENTING BACK INJURIES




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