Swimming in Overstatement
Boston RNs Make Headlines With OT Pay
Hepatitis B Shots Must Now Be Offered Free
Right-to-Die Is Seen Posing Dilemma for RNs
New Bonus Pay Keeps Chicago RNs on the Job
PEDIATRIC NURSING CH LDHOOD ASTHMA
DEATH TAKES HOLIDAYS, TOO
The Standards of Perfection
SMALL DOSES
RNS UNITE
A FUNGI SNACK?
A PARTIAL SOLUTION
CHEAP PROTECTION
NCCDN OMISSION
A patient who has lost a great deal of blood is brought into the emergency room. How do you estimate the loss and set your priorities?
Men in Nursing
The psychological and physical effects of stress can be subtle, yet devastating. This test will help you determine your stress level—and ways to control it
THE SPECTRUM OF SUFFERING
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ABGs
In seven patients with asthmatic bronchospasm, glucagon not only increased peak flow by 113 L/min, but also reduced heart and respiratory rates
Despite taking up to two or more antianginal drugs, 45 of 118 patients had silent attacks; of 188 recorded ischemie episodes, 163 were silent
Almost one third of the patients had more of the amino acid homocyst(e)ine in their blood serum than did the healthy volunteers with no history of CV disease
At the one-month follow-up, lesions from scabies were healed in 181 of 199 patients treated with permethrin and in 176 of 205 patients using lindane
Critical Questions
Capital Ideas
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NONINVASIVE ATRIAL MONITOR
Speaking of Sex
ANA to Put New Bargaining, Practice Institutes in Action
Claiming 'Success
A Different Duty