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42(10):6, October 2012.
42(10):8, October 2012.
National Ski Patrol leads in outdoor rescue…fostering future leaders
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42(10):9, October 2012.
Too much information leads to fentaNYL overdose…inadvertent bolus dose…confusion over similar-looking syringes
42(10):10-11, October 2012.
“Sedate” driver creates a traffic hazard…determining patient death…charge nurse's liability
42(10):12-13, October 2012.
Statins associated with decreased mortality…disappointing results for milk thistle therapy…treatment approved for weight loss…new maintenance therapy for bronchospasm…n-3 fatty acids and cardiovascular events
42(10):14, October 2012.
Transfusion confusion…advance directive ignored?
42(10):15-17, October 2012.
Updating clinical nurse advancement programs
42(10):18-19, October 2012.
42(10):21-23, October 2012.
Nurse burnout linked to higher infection rates…consensus group endorses hormone therapy for some postmenopausal women…many hospitalized children battle persistent pain…and more
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42(10):41-44, October 2012.
Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is now an accepted treatment for certain psychiatric disorders. This article explains how and why ECT is performed, and what nurses need to know to provide competent and compassionate patient care.
42(10):50-53, October 2012.
An intriguing case history underscores why depression, an often-overlooked barrier to patient education, should be assessed and treated before discharge.
42(10):54-58, October 2012.
Find out how to institute a program of animal-assisted therapy with the guidelines provided here.
42(10):59-61, October 2012.
Exploring a patient's responses to six key questions helps identify patient-centered goals and guides nursing care.
42(10):24-29, October 2012.
Signs and symptoms of elder abuse are often mistaken for those of normal aging or declining health. This article details how to assess for abuse and discusses what nurses should do if they know or suspect an older adult is a victim.
42(10):32-38, October 2012.
Adrenal cortical hormones affect virtually every body system. By reviewing two complex disorders—adrenal cortical insufficiency (Addison disease) and adrenal cortical hypersecretion (Cushing syndrome)—nurses will be better prepared to recognize the wide-ranging effects on their patients' health and intervene appropriately.
42(10):31, October 2012.
After advising patients about this common problem, offer them this handout.
42(10):40, October 2012.
Many patients recovering from addiction worry that medications prescribed during hospitalization will trigger a relapse. This nurse found that taking the time to listen to her patient made all the difference.
42(10):45-48, October 2012.
Gaining understanding of financial concepts and terminology helps nurses advocate for resources they need at the bedside.
42(10):29-30, October 2012.
42(10):38-39, October 2012.