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January 2008 - Volume 38 - Issue 1
pp: 6-72,56cc1-56cc3,56hn1-56hn2

LETTER


upFront: ADVICE P.R.N.


upFront: CLOTTED I.V. LINES


upFront: COMBATING INFECTION


upFront


upFront: DEVICE SAFETY


upFront: CONTROLLING PAIN


upFront: CLINICAL DO'S & DON'TS


upFront: COURT CASE


upFront: DOING IT BETTER: Putting research into practice


Department: upFront


upFront: HEALTH MATTERS: Promoting health and wellness


upFront: EYE ON DIAGNOSTICS


upFront: MYTHS & FACTS


upFront: DRUG NEWS


upFront: CLINICAL QUERIES


…&more


…& more: INFOBYTES: From the Internet to Informatics


…& more: WOUND & SKIN CARE


…& more: SELF-TEST



Women & heart disease: What's new?

Cheek, Dennis; Sherrod, Melissa; Tester, Jennifer

Nursing. 38(1):36-41, January 2008.

An equal-opportunity killer, heart disease is the number one cause of death for American women. Follow the recently updated guidelines from the American Heart Association to prevent or manage cardiovascular disease in this vulnerable population.

Keep your patient safe during PCA

D'Arcy, Yvonne

Nursing. 38(1):50-55, January 2008.

Gaining popularity as a tool to manage short-term acute pain, this push-button process also poses risks to your patient. Review the pitfalls and learn what you can do to keep your patient pain-free and safe.

NEWS • UPDATES • RESEARCH


Smooth patient transfers: Part I: PHOTO GUIDE


SHARING: contest winner


Action STAT






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