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  • Updated:   12/7/2021
  • Contains:  10 items
Here we've gathered recent award-winning content.
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Total hip replacement explained

Perkins, Amanda

Nursing Made Incredibly Easy!. 19(1):28-35, January/February 2021.

Nurses care for patients before, during, and after hip replacement—one of the most common joint surgeries along with knee replacement. Here's what you need to know to provide your patients with the best possible care.

Total knee replacement explained

Perkins, Amanda

Nursing Made Incredibly Easy!. 18(6):34-40, November/December 2020.

In the US, the knee is the second most replaced joint after the hip. Here's what you need to know about management of patients undergoing this procedure.

Sickle cell anemia: Best practices for patient-centered care

Riley, Kiernan; Evans, Michael M.; Kowalchik, Kaléi; More

Nursing Made Incredibly Easy!. 18(6):26-33, November/December 2020.

What are the treatment recommendations for this disorder that predominantly affects Black Americans? Follow along with a case study to learn how to minimize barriers and optimize outcomes.

Spinal cord injury: A lifelong condition

Perkins, Amanda

Nursing Made Incredibly Easy!. 18(5):34-43, September/October 2020.

Timely and appropriate management of patients with this type of injury is essential to ensure survival. Learn about the nurse's role in patient care and prevention.

Vaping-related lung injury

Perkins, Amanda

Nursing Made Incredibly Easy!. 18(4):36-43, July/August 2020.

Nurses can help slow the growth of unsafe e-cigarette use through education and support. We give you what you need to know about e-cigarettes, including the effects on children and adolescents, treatment of lung injuries such as EVALI, and the nurses' role.

Diabetes insipidus: A matter of fluids

Perkins, Amanda

Nursing Made Incredibly Easy!. 18(3):28-37, May/June 2020.

Nurses in all clinical areas, from pediatrics to geriatrics, may encounter this relatively rare disease. Knowing how to identify, monitor, and treat it can help save patients from potentially life-threatening complications.