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November 2009 - Volume 39 - Issue 11
pp: 6-72

EDITORIAL


LETTER


upFront: ADVICE P.R.N.


upFront: CLINICAL DO'S & DON'TS


upFront: DRUG NEWS


DRUG NEWS

Nursing. 39(11):14, November 2009.

Pioglitazone or rosiglitazone for type 2 diabetes?...too many teens share prescribed drugs...ibuprofen may be best for children with arm fractures...prior treatment linked to drug-resistant TB...tamper-resistant opioid approved

upFront: MEDICATION ERRORS


upFront: MYTHS & FACTS


upFront: NEWS ? UPDATES ? RESEARCH


CLINICAL ROUNDS

Nursing. 39(11):21-23, November 2009.

Weight lifting helps manage lymphedema after breast surgery...are your facility's leaders committed to these 14 safety recommendations?...a look at which patients are likely to leave against medical advice, and why...and other nursing news.

...& more: INSIGHTS ON DEATH & DYING


...& more: DEVICE SAFETY


...& more: DRUG CHALLENGE


...& more: Action STAT



Winter emergencies: Managing ski and snowboard injuries

Laskowski-Jones, Linda; Jones, Lawrence J. III

Nursing. 39(11):24-30, November 2009.

You're first on the scene after an accident on the slopes—do you know how to respond? This article will prepare you to handle common winter hazards.

Glycemic control in the hospital: How tight should it be?

Kessler, Christine

Nursing. 39(11):38-43, November 2009.

Too-tight glycemic control has a downside for hospitalized patients. Explore the latest evidence to make sure your nursing care is current.

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PROFESSIONAL GROWTH


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