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Drug approved for advanced renal cell carcinoma...statin therapy improves survival after endovascular intervention for critical limb ischemia...VTE prophylaxis doesn't reduce mortality...genetics may play a role in drug-related osteonecrosis of the jaw
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Communicating about bariatric surgery...informed consent for a research study...issues of autonomy at end of life
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Never use insulin pens on multiple patients...teach patients that APAP means acetaminophen...an I.V. syringe isn't a toy... eribulin confused with epirubicin
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Malpractice lawsuit database...giving a blood transfusion despite family objections... last-minute surgical consent request
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Quiet Hour improves patient satisfaction
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Extra precautions recommended for patients with minor head injuries who take warfarin...nurses' miscarriages linked to antineoplastic drugs and sterilizing agents...new practice guidelines support blood glucose testing for all patients at hospital admission...and more
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Pediatric emergencies in an adult hospital
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Meet the Nursing2012 Nurse of the Year, an outstanding representative of our four pillars of excellence: Elevate, Inspire, Innovate, Energize.
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Be on the lookout for this rare, life-threatening genetic disorder. Then learn about new treatments that are improving patient outcomes.
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As the number of patients with left ventricular assist devices (LVADs) increases, you'll see more of these patients in hospitals and community health centers. Be prepared to care for them by pumping up your knowledge with this review.
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Make sure you know how to coordinate equipment and staff to minimize the risk of complications and ensure a safe transport.
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As many as one in five patients admitted to a hospital has an alcohol use disorder, but identifying them isn't always easy. Review the latest guidelines for assessing these patients, recognizing signs and symptoms of alcohol withdrawal, and intervening to keep them safe.
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Characterized by many apneic and hypopneic periods during the sleep cycle, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) affects up to 7% of men and 5% of women. Because it's often unrecognized and untreated, it can cause significant health and employment problems. Here's how to assess patients for OSA, educate them and their families, and help them manage their condition.
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Educate your patients about this often asymptomatic disorder, then offer them this handout to take home.
42(4):52-56, April 2012.
Correctional health nurses fill a complex role essential to a well-run prison healthcare system. Explore whether this rewarding career path is for you.
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Sometimes the best care you can give a patient is simply taking the time to listen.
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