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June 2011 - Volume 41 - Issue 6
pp: 6-72

EDITORIAL


LETTERS


ETHICAL PROBLEMS


LEGAL QUESTIONS


MEDICATION ERRORS


DRUG NEWS


DRUG NEWS

Nursing. 41(6):16, June 2011.

Progesterone gel cuts premature births...some diabetes drugs may increase the risk of cardiovascular disease...tamoxifen can continue to protect for 10 years...FDA approves new treatment for restless legs syndrome

STUDENT VOICES: Globall insights


INSPIRING CHANGE


CLINICAL ROUNDS


CLINICAL QUERIES


SELF TEST


COMBATING INFECTION


PATIENT SAFETY


INFOBYTES


ACTION STAT



Update your knowledge of the latest PALS guidelines

Craig, Karen Jean; Day, Mary Patricia

Nursing. 41(6):44-47, June 2011.

Make sure your skills are current by reviewing the most recent standards for advanced life support for infants and children.

What does EMTALA mean for you?

Austin, Sally

Nursing. 41(6):55-59, June 2011.

Do you know what the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act requires of you and your facility? Read this review to make sure your ED patient is properly screened, prioritized, and monitored according to the so-called "anti-dumping" law.

CE Connection


Caring for an adult with a malignant primary brain tumor

Cahill, Jennifer E.; Armstrong, Terri S.

Nursing. 41(6):28-33, June 2011.

Refresh your knowledge of gliomas, especially the most common form, glioblastoma. Your nursing care can help to prolong survival, slow neurologic impairment, and maintain quality of life for patients with this devastating illness.

new Drugs 2011 Part2

Hussar, Daniel A.

Nursing. 41(6):36-41, June 2011.

What you need to know about seven recently marketed drugs, including the first of a group of investigational oral anticoagulants to be approved in the United States and an emergency contraceptive available by prescription only.

PATIENT EDUCATION SERIES


West Nile virus

Overstreet, Maria

Nursing. 41(6):43, June 2011.

After educating patients about this mosquito-borne disease, offer them this handout so they can recognize signs and symptoms and reduce their risk of infection.

SHARING



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