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44(3):6, March 2014.
44(3):8, March 2014.
The mystery of death…opioid mortality: Flawed analysis?
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44(3):10, March 2014.
HIPAA violation…adult failure to thrive
44(3):14-15, March 2014.
Red flags for etomidate…new drug for glucose control in type 2 diabetes…stress test agents may raise cardiac risks…polypharmacy isn't always so bad…is prenatal exposure to SSRIs problematic?
44(3):16-17, March 2014.
Using POLST to ensure that patients' end-of-life treatment preferences are honored
44(3):18-19, March 2014.
Mistaken identity: An inflamed heart
44(3):20-22, March 2014.
Self-testing for patients using warfarin
44(3):23-25, March 2014.
Nurses still on top for honesty, ethics…taking more steps decreases the risk of cardiovascular disease…marijuana use linked to memory loss and brain changes associated with schizophrenia…and more
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Errors from using grains as units of measure…avoid computerized confusion with Spiriva dosage…camphor product mistakenly given by mouth
44(3):59-62, March 2014.
Drill down to these detailed teaching tips for patients across the lifespan to help prevent a host of problems related to poor oral health.
44(3):63-66, March 2014.
This safe, reasonably priced treatment may help reduce the signs and symptoms of many chronic conditions. Here's what you need to know.
44(3):30-37, March 2014.
By understanding TBI and how to reduce the risk of secondary brain injury, you can help your patient survive with the best possible outcome.
44(3):40-45, March 2014.
Apply the motivational interviewing principles and communication skills discussed here to elicit patients' personal reasons for changing unhealthy behaviors, then reinforce their healthier choices.
44(3):48-49, March 2014.
A clinical nurse specialist shares some surprising lessons she learned as a hospitalized patient.
44(3):50-53, March 2014.
After reviewing the key reasons for earning a BSN, seasoned nurses can leap common obstacles to further education by following these guidelines.
44(3):55-58, March 2014.
What role do—or should—nurses play in this controversial end-of-life intervention? This article considers the issue from all angles based on Oregon's Death with Dignity Act.
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