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1. Actualités en soins infirmiers de réanimation 2007 (Livre)
2. Adaptation à une stomie digestive
3. Anxiété
4. Asthme allergique persistant sévère
5. Atlas de poche d'immunologie (Livre)
6. Au moins quatre travailleurs sont morts par coup de chaleur ces deux dernières années
7. Broncho-pneumopathie chronique obstructive – dossier
8. Cancer de la prostate – dossier
9. Cancer du larynx et soins de la personne
10. Cancer du sein avec métastases osseuses
11. Cancérologie - hématologie (Livre)
12. Cancers, les avancées qui sauvent
13. Cardiologie (Livre)
14. Cardiologie - Mémo infirmier (Livre)
15. Cardiologie – cahier spécial
16. Cardiologie – Journées européennes, Paris 2006 – dossier
17. Cardiologie – spécial
18. Comment s'accompagner et accompagner les personnes en fin de vie ?
19. Conflits en fin de vie
20. Conflits et fin de vie dans le contexte des soins palliatifs
21. Contes de la planète Espoir : à l'intention des enfants et des parents inquiets (Livre)
22. Debriding and Reducing Local Wound Infection with Maggots
23. Deep Tissue Injury
24. Défibrillation cardiaque en milieu de travail
25. Démasquer le délirium
26. Dépistage de la dépression en contexte de soins primaires
27. Dépister le syndrome d’apnée du sommeil chez le patient diabétique
28. Dermatologie (soins infirmiers) (Livre)
29. Des services d’urgence en santé mentale au cœur de la collectivité
30. Diabète de type 1, l'insulinothérapie centrée sur le patient
31. Dialyse, transplantation, néphrologie – dossier
32. Don d’organes après un décès cardiocirculatoire
33. Douleurs et plaies – dossier
34. Éducation des patients traités par perfusion continue d’époprosténol pour une hypertension artérielle pulmonaire
35. Effet de l’éducation thérapeutique sur le patient diabétique
36. Empathie et respect
37. Endocrinologie, diabétologie (Livre)
38. Espoir et fin de vie
39. Étude comparative de l’anxiété, entre patients informés et non informés en période préopératoire (Liban)
40. Eva Kudluk, seize ans, enceinte
41. Évaluation de l'éducation thérapeutique des patients sous traitement anti-vitamines K.
42. Fractures ostéoporotiques chez les aînés
43. Guide Pharmaco (Livre)
44. Gynécologie obstétrique (soins infirmiers) (Livre)
45. Gynécologie, obstétrique et soins infirmiers (Livre)
46. Hémochromatose - dossier
47. Hygiène (soins infirmiers) (Livre)
48. Hygiène et bactériologie des plaies
49. Hygiène et prévention du risque infectieux
50. Hygiène et prévention du risque infectieux
51. Infection and Wound Care
52. Innovations cliniques 2007 – OIIQ
53. Interdisciplinarité paramédicale autour du patient porteur de plaie cancéreuse, dossier thématique
54. Intervention pour promouvoir la reconnaissance des droits des familles d'un parent âgé atteint de démence en milieu d'hébergement
55. Interventions de crise auprès des patients souffrant d’un trouble de personnalité limite. Partie 1 : Approches préventives et résolutives en thérapie psychodynamique individuelle
56. L'éthique au coeur des consultations - dossier thématique
57. L'infirmière et les soins palliatifs (Livre)
58. L'intensité des soins en fin de vie: une décision partagée
59. La balnéothérapie
60. La cardiologie à l'urgence - dossier thématique
61. La communication lors de la maladie d'Alzheimer (Livre)
62. La constipation
63. La consultation infirmière – dossier - Soins - 2006
64. La détersion en pratique
65. La douleur chronique - 2006
66. La journée de mon opération à l'Hôpital Sainte-Justine (Livre)
67. La noyade de l'enfant en milieu domestique
68. La noyade de l’enfant en milieu domestique
69. La piqûre de l'injection
70. La plaie, de l’évaluation à la transmission
71. La préparation du lit de la plaie
72. La prévention et la gestion des maladies chroniques sont des priorités
73. La prévention, le diagnostic et le traitement des ulcères du pied diabétique
74. La qualité de vie pour des personnes ayant un problème de santé – dossier
75. La sclérose en plaques
76. La stomathérapie, de 1978 à 2008 – dossier
77. La victime est inconsciente (6/10)
78. La victime ne respire plus (7/10)
79. Le diabète, un problème de santé publique, 2e partie
80. Le diabète, un problème de santé publique, lère partie
81. Le patient atteint de démence - dossier thématique
82. Le patient hémiplégique
83. Le patient paraplégique
84. Le patient traumatisé crânien
85. Le pied de Charcot ou l’ostéo-arthropathie nerveuse diabétique
86. Le pied diabétique, de l'information à l'éducation
87. Le soin des plaies (Livre)
88. Le traitement de la bronchiolite en milieu hospitalier
89. Les besoins en insuline pendant la grossesse
90. Les événements indésirables graves liés aux soins (7/10)
91. Les gestes de médecine d’urgence sans matériel (Livre)
92. Les infections transmises sexuellement et l’intervention préventive
93. Les interactions médicamenteuses en soins palliatifs
94. Les prélèvements sanguins chez l'enfant
95. Les prélèvements urinaires chez l'enfant
96. Les réactions allergiques graves
97. Les soins de plaies au cœur du savoir infirmier (Livre)
98. Les soins intensifs - dossier thématique
99. Les soins palliatifs… tout simplement
100. Les télésoins infirmiers en soins palliatifs
101. Les transmissions ciblées au service de la qualité des soins (Livre)
102. Les voies aériennes - dossier thématique
103. Lignes directrices sur les modalités de la pratique de l’infirmière praticienne spécialisée en cardiologie (Livre)
104. Loi 90
105. Lorsqu’une plaie s’infecte…
106. L’activité physique chez le diabétique de type 2
107. L’art-thérapie, de l’esthétique au soin, une union « phénoménale »
108. L’arthrose, ça fait mal
109. L’asthme
110. L’auto-surveillance glycémique chez le diabétique
111. L’essentiel de l’auscultation pulmonaire
112. L’évaluation informatisée des clients
113. L’humanité du soin (Livre)
114. L’ICT et l’AVC, un défi diagnostic et thérapeutique, dossier thématique
115. L’infection néonatale à streptocoques du groupe B
116. L’infirmière en réanimation (Livre)
117. L’oxygénothérapie systémique hyperbare pour le traitement des plaies diabétiques réfractaires
118. L’Urgence pédiatrique - dossier
119. Maladie de Lyme
120. Mémento de stage : Gynécologie – obstétrique (Livre)
121. Mémento de stage de l’infirmière – Cardiologie (Livre)
122. Mémento de stage de l’infirmière – Diabétologie/métabolisme/endocrinologie (Livre)
123. Mémento de stage de l’infirmière – Gastro-entérologie (Livre)
124. Mémento de stage de l’infirmière – Pneumologie (Livre)
125. Mémo hygiène (Livre)
126. Néphrologie / urologie (soins infirmiers) (Livre)
127. Neurologie, neurochirurgie et soins infirmiers (Livre)
128. Nitric Oxide
129. Obstruction bronchique par des aliments
130. Optimiser la prise en charge des plaies à l’hôpital et au domicile - dossier thématique
131. Orientation du malade porteur de plaie
132. ORL/ stomatologie/ophtalmologie (soins infirmiers) (Livre)
133. Parlons autrement du diabète - dossier
134. Participation des parents aux soins de l’enfant
135. Pathologie médicale et pratique infirmière ( 3 volumes) - Molinier (Livre)
136. Pathologie médicale et pratique infirmière – tome II (Livre)
137. Pathologies digestives (Livre)
138. Pédiatrie – Pédopsychiatrie - Mémo infirmier (Livre)
139. Pédiatrie, pédopsychiatrie et soins infirmiers (Livre)
140. Pneumologie (Livre)
141. Pneumologie - Mémo infirmier (Livre)
142. Poliomyélite
143. Prévention et prise en charge des ulcères de pression
144. Prévention et traitement des ulcères veineux de la jambe
145. Prise en charge des patients sous assistance cardiaque type Thoratec
146. Prise en charge du polytraumatisé à l'urgence
147. Problèmes rénaux
148. Psychiatrie (Livre)
149. Qualité de vie et nouvelles techniques de prise en charge du patient diabétique
150. Quand résultats probants égalent excellence de la pratique
151. Question on creams and ointments
152. Réanimation-urgences et transfusion sanguine (Livre)
153. Rééducation et douleur
154. Renforcer les connaissances des infirmières en traitement de la douleur
155. Rhumatologie, traumatologie, orthopédie - Mémo infirmier (Livre)
156. Sang sucré, pouvoirs codés, médecine amère. Diabète et processus de construction identitaire: les dimensions socio-politiques du diabète chez les Innus de Pessamit (Livre)
157. Santé des Autochtones. Le sentier de la guérison - I
158. Sclérose latérale amyotrophique - dossier
159. Se doucher ou pas ?
160. Soigner les états de choc - dossier
161. Soins de support en cancérologie – dossier thématique
162. Soins des plaies en néonatalogie
163. Soins et fin de vie
164. Soins infirmiers - médecine et chirurgie - Brunner et Suddarth (Livre)
165. Soins infirmiers : fiches techniques (Livre)
166. Soins infirmiers : Médecine-chirurgie - 4 tomes (Livre)
167. Soins infirmiers: Périnatalité (Livre)
168. Soins palliatifs (Livre)
169. Soins palliatifs
170. Soins relationnels au niveau de la famille (7/10)
171. Spécial cardiologie
172. Spécial Diabète
173. Spécificités des soins auprès de patients porteurs de plaies tumorales négligées
174. Surgical Site Infection
175. Surveillance infirmière en pré et postopératoire (Livre)
176. S’entraîner en cardiologie (Livre)
177. S’entraîner en endocrinologie (Livre)
178. S’entraîner en gastro-entérologie (Livre)
179. S’entraîner en pneumologie (Livre)
180. S’entraîner en psychiatrie (Livre)
181. S’entraîner en urgences-réanimation-transfusion (Livre)
182. The importance of investigating the presence of hyperglycemia in individuals with wounds
183. Traumatismes psychiques. Prise en charge psychologiques des victimes (Livre)
184. Tuberculose
185. Ulcères de jambe
186. Un guide complet des soins aux personnes atteintes d'une infection à VIH, module 3: soins infirmiers (Livre)
187. Un guide complet des soins aux personnes atteintes d’une infection à VIH : Traitement pharmacologique du VIH/SIDA (Livre)
188. Un sommeil réparateur aux soins intensifs est-il possible ?
189. Une éducation diététique adaptée aux habitudes culturelles des patients diabétiques
190. Une séroprévalence du VHC élevée et préoccupante chez les usagers de drogues
191. Urgence en fiches
192. Urgence en fiches
193. Urgences et soins intensifs pédiatriques (Livre)
194. Urologie-néphrologie (Livre)
195. Urologie-néphrologie (Livre)
196. A Pathway to Expert Practice
197. A proposal for classifying peristomal skin disorders
198. A Retrospective Evaluation of Digital Wound Imaging to Predict Response to Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment
199. A Review of Skin and the Effects of Aging on Skin Structure and Function
200. A Study to compare a New Self-Adherent Soft Silicone Dressing with a Self-Adherent Polymer Dressing in Stage II Pressure Ulcers
201. A Three-Year Multiphase Pressure Ulcer Prevalence
202. A « Current » choice for hemodynamic monitoring
203. Abdominal Compartment Syndrome
204. Abdominal Trauma
205. Abnormal vaginal bleeding
206. About Autism
207. About bipolar disorder
208. About nosocomial pneumonia
209. About thyroid storm
210. About wearing seat belts
211. Abrupt Vessel Closure after Coronary Angioplasty
212. Abruptio placentae
213. Acetaminophen overdose
214. Acinetobacter Infections in Wounded Soldiers
215. Act fast when your patient has dyspnea
216. Acute abdomen
217. Acute Care for Elders Prevents Functional Decline
218. Acute Coronary Syndrome
219. Acute delirium
220. Acute Facial Paralysis
221. Acute Ischemic Stroke
222. Acute Meningitis and Encephalitis
223. Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI)
224. Acute Otitis Media in Children
225. Acute peripheral arterial occlusion
226. Adapting a Soft Silicone Dressing to Enhance Infant Outcomes
227. Addison’s Disease
228. Adjusting Postsurgical Care for Older Patients
229. Adjuvant Dressing for Negative Pressure Wound Therapy in Burns
230. Administering an enema to an adult
231. Administering Eyedrops
232. Administering Immune Globulin (IGIV)
233. Administering pneumococcal vaccine
234. After Cardiopulmonary Bypass
235. Airborne Infections and Respirators
236. Alternate Site Blood Glucose Sampling
237. Alzheimer’s Disease
238. Amniotic Fluid Embolism
239. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
240. An alternative Solution for Difficult-to-Manage Colostomies in the descending and sigmoid colon
241. An assistive Device for Donning Compression Stockings
242. An Evaluation of an Adhesive Hydrocellular Foam Dressing and a Self-Adherent Soft Silicone Foam Dressing in a Nursing Home Setting
243. An in-depth look at inflammatory bowel disease
244. An overview of Neonatal and Pediatric Wound Care Knowledge and Considerations
245. Anaphylaxis
246. Anaphylaxis
247. Anemia
248. Angina (Enhanced external counterpulsation)
249. Antiarrhythmics
250. Antiphospholipid antibody syndrome
251. Antipsychotic Medications
252. Anxiety Disorders
253. Aortic Aneurysms and Dissections
254. Appareillage d’une fistule à distance
255. Applying Antiembolism Stockings
256. Are all Pressure Ulcers the Result of deep Tissue Injury?
257. Are Patients in Labor Satisfied with Patient-Controlled Epidural Analgesia (PCEA) ?
258. Are you prepared for a bioterrorist attack?
259. Are you ready to give Care to a Child with Autism
260. Arresting drug-resistant organisms
261. Arterial Line
262. Arthritis
263. Assessing a Fistula
264. Assessing a patient for lice infestation
265. Assessing chronic pain
266. Assessing Fetal Heart Sounds
267. Assessing for ascites
268. Assessing for Hepatojugular Reflux
269. Assessing for orthostatic hypotension
270. Assessing for signs of meningitis
271. Assessing gastrointestinal infections
272. Assessing pain in patients with advanced dementia
273. Assessing skin lesions
274. Assessing the Cranial Nerves
275. Assessing venous ulcers and venous insufficiency
276. Assessment of an Infant’s Reflexes
277. Assisting with Bone Marrow Aspiration and Biopsy
278. Assisting with Lumbar Puncture
279. Assisting with Thoracentesis
280. Asystole in a heart transplant recipient
281. Atrial fibrillation
282. Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
283. Authorized and Unauthorized Use of Patient-controlled Analgesia Pumps
284. Automated External Defibrillator Algorithm
285. Autonomic Dysreflexia
286. Avian Influenza
287. Avian Influenza
288. Avoiding blood and body fluid exposures
289. Balancing Sedation with Bispectral Index Monitoring
290. Bariatric Surgery
291. Bariatric Wound Care
292. Basics of Oxygen Therapy
293. Beating botulism
294. Bee, Wasp, and Hornet Stings
295. Before you Give that Vaccination
296. Beta-blockers and hypertension
297. Biphasic defibrillation
298. Bipolar Disorder
299. Black Widow Spider Bite
300. Bladder Cancer
301. Bloodborne pathogen exposure
302. Boosting insulin safety
303. Bradycardia - Think fast
304. Brain death and organ procurement
305. Breast Reconstruction
306. Bringing common eye emergencies into focus
307. Bringing Wound care to the Forefront in South America
308. Brown Recluse Spider Bites
309. Brown Recluse Spider Bites
310. Building on Mexican-American Cultural Values
311. Burkholderia cepacia
312. Burn Gang
313. Cables and Electrodes can Burn Patients during MRI
314. Calling a Condition H(elp)
315. Calling on NERDS for critically colonized Wounds
316. Calming the panic over hepatitis A
317. Can you prevent ventilator associated pneumonia
318. Cardiac resynchronization therapy
319. Cardiac resynchronization therapy
320. Cardiac tamponade
321. Cardiomyopathies
322. Cardiovascular dysmetabolic syndrome
323. Caring for a Medical/surgical Patient with Multiple Sclerosis
324. Caring for a nontunneled CVC site
325. Caring for a patient after CABG (coronary artery bypass graft) surgery
326. Caring for a patient having a miscarriage
327. Caring for a patient with asthma
328. Caring for a sick child in a nonpediatric setting
329. Caring for patient with increased intracranial pressure
330. Celiac Disease Goes Against the Grain
331. Cerebral Artery Stenosis
332. Cerebral salt wasting syndrome
333. Challenges of Ostomy Care and Obesity
334. Checking for oculocephalic reflex
335. Chest drainage to go
336. Choosing a debridement method
337. Choosing the right fluid to counter hypovolemic shock
338. Choosing the right vascular access device, part 1
339. Choosing the right vascular access device, part 2
340. Chronic Kidney disease
341. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
342. Chronic Wound Pain and Palliative Cancer Care
343. Clearing away pulmonary secretions
344. Clinical Performance of a Foam Dressing in the Management of Chronic Wounds
345. Clinimetrics and Wound Science
346. Closed secretions suctioning
347. Closing in on clues to encephalitis
348. Clostridium perfringens
349. Colocutaneous Fistula Management in a Dehisced Wound - A Case Study
350. Combating community-acquired pneumonia
351. Combating elder abuse
352. Combating Hypoglycemia in the Hospital and at Home
353. Combining Bioengineered Human Dermal Replacement and Multilayered Compression Dressings to Manage Ulcers in a Person with Diabetes Mellitus
354. Combining high tech and high touch
355. Communicating with ED patients who have chronic mental illnesses
356. Comparing two Dressings in the Management of Venous Leg Ulcers
357. Comparison of wound irrigation and tangential hydrodissection in bacterial clearance of contaminated wounds
358. Complex Wounds
359. Compression Stockings
360. Computer-based Testing of the Braden Scale for Predicting Pressure Sore Risk
361. Confronting Cushing’s Syndrome
362. Confronting post-traumatic stress disorder
363. Confronting the « Flesh eating » Infection
364. Connecting the DOTS to treat pulmonary tuberculosis
365. Considering Patient Priorities when Choosing a Dressing
366. Continent Diversions
367. Contrast-media-induced Pulmorary Edema
368. Coping with a coagulation crisis
369. Cost-effective Quality Wound Care in Canada
370. Cost-effective Wound Care
371. Costochondritis
372. Could that Medication cause Bradycardia ?
373. Creating an Information campaign that works
374. Criteria-based Protocols and the Obese Patient
375. Critical Colonization
376. Critical Limb Ischemia
377. Cutting Sharps Risks in ICUs and CCUs
378. Cutting Surgical-Site Infection Rates for Pacemakers and ICDs (implantable cardioverter-defibrillators)
379. Cystic Fibrosis
380. Deconditioning in the Hospitalized Elderly
381. Deep Vein Thrombosis
382. Dengue Fever
383. Determining the Effect of an Oak Bark Formulation on Methicillin-resistant
384. Development of a Content-Validated Venous Ulcer Guideline
385. Diabetes
386. Diabetes has taken a toll on your patient's vision - How can you help
387. Diabetes Mellitus and the Elderly
388. Diabetic foot ulcers
389. Diabetic Foot Ulcers
390. Diabetic Heel Ulcers - amputation ?
391. Diabetic Retinopathy
392. Dialysis - Does the Patient need Tube Feeding too ?
393. Did that medication cause this rash ?
394. Does Sterile or Nonsterile Technique Make a Difference in Wounds Healing
395. Double Trouble
396. Drawing Blood Culture Specimens for Reliable Results
397. Dwarfism
398. Dystonia
399. Ease a Child’s Anxiety during PICC Insertion – Without Sedation
400. Easing pain from blunt thoracic trauma
401. Easing the heartbreak of psoriasis
402. Ectopic Pregnancy
403. Eczema vaccinatum - A reaction to the Smallpox vaccine
404. Effectiveness of a Non-Petrolatum Emollient Cream in Pediatric Care
405. Electroconvulsive therapy
406. Empowering the Ileostomy Patient with a Mechanical Bowel Obstruction
407. Endometriosis
408. Ephedrine Use
409. Epidermoid Cancers that Masquerade as Venous Ulcer Disease
410. Epidural Anesthesia
411. Epidural Hemorrhage and Hematome
412. Epiglottitis
413. Epistaxis
414. Erectile dysfunction
415. Esophageal pH monitoring goes wireless
416. Evaluation of a Once-Daily Moisturizer Used to Treat Xerosis in Long-term Care Patients
417. Evaluation of Two Calcium Alginate Dressings in the Management of Venous Ulcers
418. Evidence-based Practice
419. Exploring the Effects of Wound Dressings and Patient Positioning on Skin Integrity in a Pediatric Burn Facility
420. Exploring the experience of type 2 diabetes in urban aboriginal people
421. Extensively Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis
422. Facing the Pain of Trigeminal Neuralgia
423. Facing up to withdrawal from topical steroids
424. Falls and Patient Safety for Older Adults
425. Fat embolism
426. Fat Embolism
427. Fat Embolism Syndrome
428. Fibromyalgia
429. Fighting Fungal Infections
430. Fighting the triple threat of lower extermity ulcers
431. Finding temporary relief
432. First Aid for Amputation
433. First Aid for Bleeding Wounds
434. First Aid for Burns
435. First Aid for Sprains
436. Focusing on eye emergencies
437. Following new guidelines to treat fibromyalgia pain
438. Following the Guidelines for Pain Control in the Elderly
439. Foods first
440. Foot care for patients with diabetes
441. Foot Care for Persons with Type 2 Diabetes
442. Fostering Treatment Adherence
443. Fracture in the field
444. Friday Night in the Pediatric Emergency Department
445. Fulmer SPICES
446. Gallstones
447. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease
448. Gastroparesis
449. Gastrostomy tube care
450. General Principles and Relation to Facial Wounds
451. Genital Herpes
452. Getting a Fix on Long-bone Fracture
453. Getting down to the lower gastrointestinal tract
454. Getting misty over wound care
455. Giving medication by retrograde infusion
456. Go with the Flow of Chest Tube Therapy
457. Going the distance for American Indians
458. Good Death
459. Grief and depression
460. Groin Hematoma Following Percutaneous Coronary Intervention
461. Haemophilus influenzae Type B (HiB)
462. Hand hygiene - hand washing alternative
463. Heart Attack
464. Heart failure
465. Heatstroke in Older Adults
466. Heed the Word about Hearing Impairment
467. Help me Catch my Breath
468. Help your patient manage dry mouth
469. Helping a patient who is visually impaired
470. Helping caregivers cope with a patient's dementia
471. Helping Patients Head off Diabetes
472. Helping Teenagers with Eating Disorders
473. Helping the patient conquer cardiogenic shock
474. Helping with rapid sequence induction in the ICU
475. Helping your patient to a «good death»
476. Helping your patient to restrict potassium
477. Hemophilia
478. Hemophilia and maggots : (Hémophilie et asticots)
479. Hepatitis, part 1 : Which Types are Trouble ?
480. Hepatitis, part 2: How to support the patient
481. Hip Fracture
482. Home Modification
483. Honey, an Old Remedy in Wound Care
484. Hospice care
485. Hot topics in pain management : Using NSAID Safely
486. How a Rapid Response Team Saves Lives
487. How can you promote vaccine safety
488. How Dental Status affects Healing in Older Adults
489. How does a PEG tube stay in? (gastrotomie)
490. How does Oral Emergency Contraception Work ?
491. How drug-eluting stents keep coronary blood flowing
492. How Heart Failure Complicates Care
493. How Much Time Does it Take to get a Pressure Ulcer
494. How New Drugs Help Treat Erectile Dysfunction
495. How palliative care helps patients stay active?
496. How to accurately Document I.V. Insertion
497. How to administer a subcutaneous injection
498. How to Assess Swallowing after a Stroke
499. How to Care for a Surgical Patient with Chronic Pain
500. How to detect and defend against DVT (deep vein thrombosis)
501. How to develop a Poster
502. How to measure Ankle/brachial Index
503. How to prevent delirium - A practical protocol
504. How to prevent Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia
505. How to protect a patient with aortic aneurysm
506. How to provide transcutaneous pacing
507. How to Respond to Constipation
508. How Wounds Heal
509. Humor in Health Care
510. Hydrofluoric acid exposure
511. Hydrogel Wound Dressings : Where Do We Stand in 2003 ?
512. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy to Heal Chronic Wounds
513. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Used to Treat Radiation Injury
514. Hypercalcemia
515. Hyperglycemia in the critically ill : Part 1
516. Hyperglycemia in the critically ill : Part 2
517. Hyperkalemia
518. Hypothermia
519. Hypothermia
520. Hypothyroidism in the elderly
521. I.V. infiltration - Not just a peripheral problem
522. I.V. therapy and Heparin-induced Thrombocytopenia (HIT)
523. Identifying and Treating Reversible Causes of Urinary Incontinence
524. Identifying carbon monoxide poisoning
525. Identifying infection in chronic wounds
526. Identifying primary skin lesions
527. Identifying Secondary Skin Lesions
528. Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura
529. Illness Behavior and Social Support in Patients with Chronic Venous Ulcers
530. Impact of Antimicrobial Gauze on Bacterial Colonies in Wounds that Require Packing
531. Impaired Skin Integrity in the Elderly
532. Implementing the PUSH Tool in Clinical Practice
533. Improving Accuracy of Wound Measurement in Clinical Practice
534. Improving care for patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage
535. Improving hospital care for surgical patients
536. Improving the PICC Insertion Process
537. Inadvertent tracheal decannulation
538. Incontinence - Dossier
539. Incontinence : Special Focus Issue
540. Incontinence : Special Focus Issue
541. Incontinence-associated Dermatitis
542. Incorporating Digital Photography
543. Indwelling Catheter Management
544. Infection : Special Focus Issue
545. Infection control
546. Infection control and Hurricane Katrina
547. Infections of the Peristomal Skin
548. Infective endocardite
549. Inflammatory Bowel Disease
550. Inflammatory Bowel Disease
551. Influenza
552. Influenza
553. Infusing without Infecting
554. Inhaled Insulin
555. Inner Ear Diseases
556. Innovative Treatment for Elderly Patients with contractures
557. Inserting a nasogastric tube
558. Inserting an indwelling urinary catheter in a female patient
559. Inserting an indwelling urinary catheter in a male patient
560. Instilling eardrops
561. Insulin pump
562. Intact Skin – An Integrity Not to be Lost
563. Integrating Wound Care Research into Clinical Practice
564. Interrupting Status Epilepticus
565. Intra-aortic Balloon Pump
566. Intracoronary stents: expanding options for patients with angina
567. Intussusception
568. Is my patient having an acute myocardial infarction ?
569. Is PCA (patient controlled administration) by proxy safe ?
570. Is there a Gap in Ostomy Rehabilitation ?
571. Is your patient caught between infection and organ reject ?
572. Is your patient depressed?
573. Is your patient fully resuscitated ? Here's how to find out
574. Is your patient having a transfusion reaction
575. Is your patient's cancer pain under control ?
576. Is your skin-prep technique up-to-date?
577. Isolated systolic hypertension
578. Issues in Neonatal and Pediatric Wounds - Special Focus
579. It is Not Just a Wound…
580. Keep a close eye on vaccum-assisted wound closure
581. Keep C. difficile infection at bay
582. Keep the upper gastrointestinal tract from going downhill
583. Keep Venous Thromboembolism at bay
584. Keeping Central Line Infection at Bay
585. Keeping Pulmonary Tuberculosis at bay
586. Keeping respiratory syncytial virus at bay
587. Keeping the Patient Hemodynamically Stable
588. Keratitis-ichthyosis-deafness syndrome
589. Kidney Cancer
590. Knocking out nosocomial infections
591. Larval Debridement Therapy
592. Laryngeal Cancer
593. Laryngopharyngeal reflux in children
594. Lateral Rotation Mattresses for Wound Healing
595. Lead Hazards for Pregnant Women and Children: Part 1
596. Lead Hazards for Pregnant Women and Children: Part 11
597. Learning from Katrina
598. Learning to be « Present » in the Pain Experience
599. Leg Ulcers
600. Legionella pneumophila
601. Legionnaires’ Disease
602. Les allergies à l’insuline
603. Les plaies aiguës
604. Liquid Ecstasy (GHB)
605. Listeria Monocytogenes
606. Liver Cancer
607. Liver Failure
608. Living with a Necrotic Wound
609. Living with AIDS
610. Living with dying : How to help the family caregiver
611. Local Approaches to the Pain of Pressure Ulcers
612. Locking down tetanus
613. Logrolling a patient
614. Long-term Care
615. Long-Term Outcomes of Full-Thickness Pressure Ulcers : Healing and Mortality
616. Looking at lymphoma & leukemia
617. Looking for a vein ? Stick with venous ultrasound
618. Looking into minimally invasive total hip arthroplasty
619. Loosening the grip of hypertension
620. Low Back Pain
621. Low-frequency, therapeutic ultrasound Treatment for congenital ectodermal Dysplasia in Toddlers
622. Lower Extremity Malignancies Masquerading as Ulcers
623. Lyme Disease - Patient Education
624. Lymphedema
625. Lymphedema : Skin and Wound Care in an Aging Population
626. Mad cow disease and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease: understanding the risks
627. Making a point about insulin pens
628. Making the most of your infection control professional
629. Malignant Hyperthermia
630. Malignant Hyperthermia
631. Malignant Pleural Effusion
632. Management of Abdominal Wound Dehiscence with Porcine Dermal Collagen Implant
633. Management of High-Output Fecal Stomas
634. Management of Symptoms of Chronic Malignant Wounds and their Impact on Quality of Life
635. Managing a patient with a venous ulcer
636. Managing a sternal wound infection after cardiac surgery
637. Managing a T-Tube
638. Managing a Traumatic Wound in a Geriatric Patient
639. Managing Acute Diarrhea
640. Managing Acute Tubular Necrosis
641. Managing an arterial ulcer
642. Managing an external fistula, part 2
643. Managing Antiphospholipid Syndrome
644. Managing Benign Hepatic Tumors
645. Managing complications of midlines and PICCs
646. Managing diabetes with « Agent Oral » … and insulin
647. Managing hyperemesis gravidarum
648. Managing Ichthyosis : A Case Study
649. Managing long-term complications of HIV infection
650. Managing mechanical ventilation
651. Managing Osteoarthritis Pain
652. Managing pain in a patient who’s drug-dependent
653. Managing Pain in a Patient with HIV or AIDS
654. Managing phantom limb pain
655. Managing Postpolio Syndrome Pain
656. Managing Pseudoaneurysm after Cardiac Catheterization
657. Managing sickle-cell pain… and all that goes with it
658. Managing Temperature in Brain-injured Patients
659. Managing the Challenges of Enterocutaneous Fistulas
660. Managing the Risks of Thrombocytopenia
661. Managing three critical cancer complications
662. Managing traumatic brain injury
663. Managing Urinary Tract Infection in Older Adults
664. Managing venous and neuropathic ulcers
665. Managing Wound Care Outcomes
666. Manual ventilation by one or two rescuers
667. Marjolin’s Ulcer
668. Measure Bladder Volume without Catheterization
669. Measuring gastric residual volume
670. Measuring Intra-abdominal Pressure
671. Measuring wounds
672. Medically Unnecessary Caesarean Sections
673. Medication-related Falls
674. Medicinal Leeches
675. Meeting the Challenges of Wound-associated Pain
676. Melanoma
677. Menopause-related Dyspareunia
678. Metastatic Prostate Cancer
679. Metered-dose inhaler technique
680. Methadone overdose
681. Methamphetamine Overdose
682. Methemoglobinemia after Bronchoscopy
683. Methylene Chloride Inhalation
684. Micronized, particulate dermal matrix to manage a non-healing pressure ulcer with undermined wound edges. A Case report
685. Misconceptions about Protein Requirements for Wound Healing
686. Mitral valve prolapse
687. Mitral valve regurgitation after myocardial infarction
688. Modifications of the Great Toe for Diabetic Forefoot and Toe Reconstruction
689. Monitoring Blood Pressure around the clock
690. Monitoring End-tidal Carbon Dioxide
691. More than a snore : Recognizing the danger of sleep apnea
692. Mothers' perspectives of an in-home nursing respite service
693. MRSA infections
694. Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Pressure Ulcer Problem
695. Multidrug-resistant Microorganisms
696. Multiple chemical sensitivity in the clinical setting
697. Multiple Myeloma
698. Mumps Makes a Comeback
699. Muscle up your Knowledge of Myocarditis
700. Mycobacterium Tuberculosis
701. Myocardial Infarction
702. Narcolepsy
703. Necrotizing Fasciitis
704. Negative Pressure Therapy
705. Negative Pressure Therapy in tbe Community
706. Negative Pressure Wound Therapy
707. Negative Pressure Wound Therapy : « A Rose by any Other Name »
708. Negative-pressure wound therapy
709. Neuroleptic malignant syndrome
710. Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome
711. Neurologic assessment for pronator drift
712. Neuropathic and Ischemic Changes of the Foot in Brazilian Patients with Diabetes
713. New American Heart Association Guidelines : Part I, Part II and Part III
714. New Educational Brochures on Skin Care
715. New Guidelines for fighting Multidrug-resistant Organisms
716. New Guidelines for preventing infective endocarditis
717. New outlook for age-related macular degeneration
718. New Pressure-ulcer Guidelines
719. New Respect for the Humble Endothelium
720. New strategies for treating patients with heart failure
721. New technologies for caring
722. No needles needed
723. Non-Compliance : Adding Insult to Injury
724. Noninvasive Positive-pressure Ventilation
725. Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer
726. Norwalk virus
727. Nosing into flu season
728. Nursing Assessment of the Integumentary System
729. Nutrition and Aging
730. Nutrition for a Patient with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
731. Nutrition for Diabetes
732. Nutrition, Skin Integrity, and Pressure Ulcer Healing in Chronically Ill Children
733. Obesity
734. On alert for monkeypox
735. Once Dismissed, Still rampant
736. Osteomyelitis
737. Osteoporosis
738. Ostomy : Special Focus Issue
739. Ostomy, Continence and Skin Care
740. Outbreak of E. coli 0157:H7
741. Pacemaker malfunction
742. Pacemakers
743. Pain Assessment in People with Dementia
744. Pain control: The paramedic's role in pain management
745. Pain from Skin and Wound Conditions – part I
746. Pain from Skin and Wound Conditions – part II
747. Pain in Acute and Chronic Wounds
748. Pain in Diabetic Foot Ulcers
749. Pain in Fungating Wounds : Another Perspective
750. Pain in Pressure Ulcers
751. Pain Management in Epidermolysis Bullosa : An intractable Problem
752. Palliative Care in the ICU
753. Palliative Dilemmas : Wound Odor
754. Pancreatic Cancer
755. Pandemic Influenza
756. Panniculectomy, More than a tommy tuck
757. Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning
758. Parastomal Hernias
759. Parkinson's disease
760. Patient Perceptions and Provider Documentation of Diabetes Care in Rural Areas
761. Patient Teaching : Intestinal Obstruction (iléostomie, colostomie)
762. Patient with Obesity
763. Patient-controlled analgesia
764. Paying Attention to Hypotension
765. Pediatric Orthopnea and Total Airway Obstruction
766. Pediatric Pressure Ulcer Prevalence
767. Pelvic fractures
768. Perforated peptic ulcer
769. Performing a modified Allen test
770. Peri-wound skin protection
771. Pericardial Tamponade
772. Perineal Dermatitis or Pressure Ulcer.
773. Peripheral Catheter Dressings
774. Peripheral I.V. Starts : Vein preparation tips
775. Permanent Pacemakers: Partie I et partie II
776. Pharmacotherapy as Adjunctive Treatment for Serious Foot Wounds in the Patient with Diabetes
777. Phenytoin Levels
778. Pheochromocytoma and hypertension
779. Pinworms
780. Plain Talk about Wound Pain
781. Poison Ivy
782. Polycystic kidney disease
783. Polycystic ovarian syndrome
784. Polycythémia Vera
785. Polymyalgia Rheumatica
786. Poster education for cardiac patients
787. Postherpetic neuralgia
788. Postimmunization Syncope
789. Postop Pain in a Patient who is Delirious
790. Postoperative Atelectasis
791. Postoperative delirium
792. Postoperative Wound Care
793. Postpolio Syndrome
794. Practical solutions for safe patient handling
795. Practical Treatment of Wound Pain and Trauma : A Patient-Centered Approach
796. Practice recommendations for Preventing Heel Pressure Ulcers
797. Prediabetes
798. Predicting Patient Falls
799. Predicting Pressure Ulcer Risk
800. Preeclampsia
801. Preliminary Use of a Hydrogel Containing Enzymes in the Treatment of Stage II and Stage III Pressure Ulcers
802. Preoperative Hair Removal and Surgical Site Infection
803. Preparing the Wound Bed 2003 : Focus on Infection and Inflammation
804. Preparing the Wound for Healing
805. Pressure Ulcer and an Ostomy - An Unlikely Combination?
806. Pressure Ulcer Awareness Program Pilot
807. Pressure Ulcer Prevalence and the Role of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy in Home Health Quality Outcomes
808. Pressure Ulcer Tissue Histology
809. Pressure Ulcers
810. Pressure Ulcers - Dossier
811. Pressure Ulcers : Special Focus Issue
812. Prevalence of Chronic Wounds in Quebec Home Care
813. Prevent dangerous hemodialysis catheter disconnections
814. Prevent the Spread of Clostridium difficile
815. Preventing and managing acute diverticulitis
816. Preventing and managing peripheral extravasation
817. Preventing constipation in older adults
818. Preventing Contrast Medium-Induced Nephropathy
819. Preventing extravasation from a central line
820. Preventing heel pressure ulcers
821. Preventing perioperative complications in an older adult
822. Preventing perioperative complications in special populations
823. Preventing Pressure Ulcers in Hospital patients
824. Preventing Skin Tears
825. Preventing Surgical Site Infection (SSI)
826. Prevention and Treatment of Perineal Skin Breakdown Due to Incontinence
827. Primary Hyperparathyroidism
828. Primary Stoke Prevention
829. Processus de validation d’une traduction français du « Braden Scale for Predicting Pressure Sore Risk »
830. Promoting Sleep in the ICU (Intensive Care Unit)
831. Prostate cancer
832. Prostate Cancer
833. Protect your patient during abdominal paracentesis
834. Protect your patient while he is receiving mechanical ventilation
835. Protecting a hemodialysis arteriovenous fistula
836. Protecting the patient’s aging skin
837. Protecting Travelers from Typhoid Fever
838. Proton pump inhibitors (PPI) and fracture risk
839. Psychological Adjustment after Ostomy Surgery
840. Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension
841. Pulmonary Edema
842. Pulmonary embolism
843. Pump up your knowledge of insulin pumps
844. Puncturing Myths about Body Piercing and Tattooing
845. Putting a patient with diabetes in the driver's seat
846. Putting the brakes on necrotizing fasciitis
847. Quality of Care after Ostomy surgery
848. Radiation Enteritis in the Patient with a fecal Ostomy
849. Radiofrequency Ablation for Liver Cancer
850. Recognizing a plague outbreak
851. Recognizing and managing endocarditis
852. Recognizing and managing myocarditis
853. Recognizing and managing pericarditis
854. Recognizing and understanding the symptoms of type 2 diabetes
855. Recognizing aortic & mitral valve disease
856. Recognizing chronic renal failure
857. Recognizing Quiet Delirium
858. Recognizing the Faces of Cancer Pain
859. Recognizing “Holiday Heart” Syndrome
860. Recurring and antimicrobial-resistant infections - Considering the potential role of biofilms in clinical practice
861. Reducing Risks from Combative Patients
862. Reducing the risk of nerve injuries
863. Reducing the Risk of Rabies
864. Reexpansion pulmonary edema
865. Regenerative Healing in Fetal Skin – A Review of the Literature
866. Regional Oxygen Saturation – the New Vital Sign
867. Removing Sutures and Staples
868. Reopen the pipeline for I.V. therapy
869. Replacing a urostomy drainage pouch
870. Responding to atrial fibrillation
871. Responding to Foreign-body Airway Obstruction
872. Responding to four gastrointestinal complications in cancer patients
873. Responding to Mild and Moderate Unintentional Hypothermia
874. Responding to primary brain tumor
875. Responding to Small-bowel Obstruction
876. Restrictive Lung Disease
877. Rhabdomyolysis
878. Rhabdomyolysis
879. Risk Factors Associated with Healing Chronic Diabetic Foot Ulcers
880. Safety I.V. Catheters
881. Salmonella
882. Scar Care
883. Schizophrenia
884. Scleroderma
885. Sclerosing panencephalitis
886. Searching for Evidence-based Medicine in Wound Care : An Introduction
887. Seasonal Affective Disorder
888. Seizures 101
889. Selecting the best I.V. site for an obese patient
890. Self-Determination vs Better Treatment ?
891. Sensory Impairment in Older Adults – Part 1: Hearing Loss
892. Sensory Impairment in Older Adults – Part 2 : Vision Loss
893. Sepsis : When defense turns deadly
894. Sepsis: Taking a deeper look
895. Sequestration of Matrix Metalloproteinases by Silver-containing Wound Care Products
896. Severe Brain Injury
897. Sexuality after Ostomy Surgery
898. Shades of Sedation
899. Sharpen your wound assessment skills
900. Shedding light on photodynamic therapy
901. Shigella
902. Shingles (zona)
903. Shortcut to peritonitis
904. Should Family be Present during Resuscitation
905. Should I Photograph my Patient’s Wound?
906. Should RNs Be Forced to Get the Flu Vaccine ?
907. Should that fever be treated ?
908. Should the Family be Present during Ressuscitation ?
909. Silicone Net Dressing as an Adjunct with Negative Pressure Wound Therapy
910. Silicone Sheeting as an Alternative to Elastic Bandages in Dressing Lower Extremity Amputations (stump)
911. Silver : Special Focus Issue
912. Silver Dressings in Clinical Practice
913. Sizing up patients for metabolic syndrome
914. Sizing up Wounds Accurately
915. Skin Assessment and Pressure Ulcer Care in Hospital-Based Skilled Nursing
916. Skin Care
917. Skin Care : From Skin Health to Ulcer Prevention
918. Skin Cooling Surfaces
919. Skin tears
920. Sleep apnea
921. Slowing the spread of gonorrhea
922. Small-Bowel Obstruction
923. Softening the Pain of Cancer-Related Wounds
924. Sorting Out Breast Biopsy Options
925. Sorting out the 3 D's : delirium, dementia, depression
926. Special Considerations for Patients in a Wheelchair
927. Spinal Cord Injury
928. Spirit of the drum : The development of cultural nursing praxis
929. Spread the word about breast cancer
930. Stage 4 Chronic Kidney Disease
931. Standards of Care for Diabetes
932. Starting peripheral I.V.s
933. Status epilepticus
934. Staying a Step ahead of Migraines
935. Stevens-Johnson Syndrome
936. Stomal Complications : At What Price ?
937. Stomal Varices
938. Stopping the Cascade of Diabetes Insipidus
939. Stopping the Destruction of Acute Pancreatitis
940. Strategies for Treating Migraine
941. Striking back at heparin-induced thrombocytopenia
942. Stroke (brain attack)
943. Stroke Code
944. Subdural Hematoma
945. Subfascial Endoscopic Perforating Vein Surgery for the Treatment of Venous Ulcers
946. Successful Outcomes with the H.E.A.L. Program
947. Suicidal Ideation
948. Summer Living with an Ostomy
949. Support Surface Interface Pressure, Microenvironment, and the Prevalence of Pressure Ulcers
950. Supporting your patient through Holiday heart syndrome
951. Suprapubic Catheter
952. Surgery for sleep apnea
953. Surgical Advances in Wound Care : A Canadian Perspective
954. Surgical Site Infections in Community Care Clients
955. Suspected cervical spine injury
956. Systemic lupus erythematosus
957. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
958. Systemic sclerosis
959. Tailor your I.V. insertion techniques for special populations
960. Take care with tympanic temperature readings
961. Take charge with an Automated External Defibrillator
962. Take the guesswork out of sodium restrictions
963. Taking a stand against cervical cancer
964. Taking blood pressure accurately
965. Taking charge of seizure activity
966. Taking cover against malaria
967. Taking the heat off : How to manage heat injuries
968. Taking the Pressure Off for Women with Stress Incontinence
969. Taking the weight off with bariatric surgery
970. Targeted Cancer Therapies
971. Tattoos, Body Piercing, and Nursing
972. Teach your patient how sodium affects heart failure
973. Teaching the Patient to Irrigate a Colostomy
974. Teaching your patient to use a metered-dose inhaler
975. Teaching your patient to use a peak flowmeter
976. Teaming up for Wound Care
977. Telehealth for Wound Management in Long-term Care
978. Tender mercies
979. Testicular Torsion
980. Testing the corneal reflex
981. Thalassemia Major
982. The AAWC Conceptual Framework of Quality Systems for Wound Care
983. The ABCs of BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia)
984. The ABCs of CPR again
985. The Anatomy of Incontinence
986. The Battle of the Bulge and Ostomy Care
987. The Cancer Survivor’s Prescription for Living
988. The changing face of AIDS
989. The Effects of Cultural Background on Patient Communication and Adherence to Treatment
990. The Effects of Massage as a Method to Prevent Pressure Ulcers
991. The Extent of Chronic Wounds in Canada
992. The Geriatric Depression Scale – Short Form
993. The Impact of Chronic Venous Insuffiency and Leg Function on the Quality of Life of HIV-Positive Persons
994. The Inflammatory Bowel Disease Update (IBD)
995. The Interdisciplinary Lower Leg Assessment Form
996. The Interdisciplinary Urgency Tool – A comprehensive Wound-Care Referral Form
997. The Issue of Oral Medications and a Fecal Ostomy
998. The legal Aspects of Incontinence
999. The management of Lower Extremity Wounds Complicated by Acute
1000. The medical/surgical patient withdrawing from alcohol
1001. The Modernity of Ostomy
1002. The Mysterious Calciphylaxis : Wounds with Eschar – To Debride or Not to
1003. The Nurse Competence in Aging Initiative
1004. The Nursing Clinics of North America
1005. The Nutritional Status of Older Adults with and without Venous Ulcers
1006. The obese teen. The neuroendocrine connection
1007. The patient has cholecystitis and… she is pregnant
1008. The Pressure Ulcer Prevention Protocol Interventions (PUPPI)
1009. The Process of implementing a Rural Wound Care Program for Diabetic Foot Ulcer Patients
1010. The Question of Certifying Wound-Care Specialists
1011. The Risks of Sleep Apnea
1012. The role of bacterial toxins in wounds
1013. The Standing Heel-rise Test
1014. The Third Way
1015. The truth about scabies
1016. The Truth about Silver
1017. The Wound Infection Continuum and its Application to Clinical Practice
1018. Therapeutic phlebotomy
1019. Therapeutic Ultrasounds
1020. Therapy Bed Assessment Tool
1021. Time heals all wounds
1022. Tip for Bathing a Patient who has Dementia
1023. Tips for a safe operation
1024. Tips for communicating with a patient from another culture
1025. Tips for inserting an I.V. in an older patient
1026. Tips for venipuncture in children
1027. To Prevent Aspiration during Enteral Feeding
1028. To prevent Delirium in the Hospital
1029. Tooth Avulsion
1030. Topical Antimicrobials in the Control of Wound Bioburden. 1 et 2
1031. Total Enteral Nutrition (TEN) or Total Parenteral Nutrition ?
1032. Total Knee Replacement
1033. Tourette's syndrome
1034. Tourette’s syndrome
1035. Tracheostomy mucus plug
1036. Tracking the ups and downs of antidepressants
1037. Transfusing Platelets
1038. Transfusion-related Acute Lung Injury
1039. Transient Ischemic Attacks
1040. Traumatic Amputation
1041. Traumatic Brain Injuries
1042. Treating a fungal rash
1043. Treating Erectile Dysfunction without First-line Drugs
1044. Treating heel pressure ulcers
1045. Treating Pain after a Total Joint Replacement
1046. Treating Recalcitrant Diabetic Wounds with Hyaluronic Acid
1047. Treatment of Diabetic Foot Ulcers
1048. Treatment of Pressure Ulcers
1049. Turn back the tide of cardiogenic pulmonary edema
1050. Two ways to avoid a « sticky » I.V. situation
1051. Type 2 diabetes
1052. Ultrasound Therapy for Recalcitrant Diabetic Foot Ulcers – I et II
1053. Understanding acute pancreatis
1054. Understanding bundle-branch blocks
1055. Understanding cardiomyopathies
1056. Understanding critical Limb Ischemia
1057. Understanding electrophysiology testing (ECG)
1058. Understanding electrophysiology testing, part 2
1059. Understanding nociceptive pain
1060. Understanding palliative wound care
1061. Understanding the 12-Lead ECG – part I and part II
1062. Understanding Venous Leg Ulcer Pain
1063. Understanding wound dehiscence
1064. Unlocking colonic pseudo-obstruction
1065. Upper Extremity Lymphedema after Treatment for Breast Cancer
1066. Urinary incontinence
1067. Urinary Incontinence and estrogen
1068. Use of Human and Porcine Dermal-derived Bioprostheses in Complex Abdominal Wall Reconstructions
1069. Use of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy in the Treatment of Neonatal and Pediatric Wounds – Retrospective Examination of Clinical Outcomes
1070. Using a Castor Oil – Balsam of Peru – Trypsin Ointment to Assist in
1071. Using a Dermal Skin Substitute in the Treatment of Chronic Wounds Secondary to Recessive Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa : A case Series
1072. Using a laser to draw capillary blood
1073. Using a Wound Assessment Form
1074. Using an automated external defibrillator
1075. Using Antipsychotic Drugs Safely in Older Patients
1076. Using Bag-Valve-Mask Ventilation
1077. Using compression therapy for venous insufficiency
1078. Using Education to Increase Self-Care for the Person with an Ostomy
1079. Using Glycoprotein Inhibitors for Acute Coronary Syndrome
1080. Using Horsechestnut Seed Extract in the Treatment of Venous Leg Ulcer
1081. Using Insulin to Prevent Hyperglycemia in Surgical Patients
1082. Using Intellect and Judgment at the Table
1083. Using Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Following Surgery for Complex Pilonidal Disease
1084. Using negative-pressure wound therapy for positive results
1085. Using proper body mechanics
1086. Using Slings without Errors
1087. Using Technology to Improve Wound-care Practice - The Internet
1088. Using the Microintroducer Technique for PICC Placement
1089. Using thoracic epidural catheters for pain management
1090. Using ultrasound to guide PICC insertion
1091. Uterine Fibroid Embolization
1092. Vaccination Do's and Don'ts
1093. Variations in Assessment Based on Skin Color
1094. Venomous snakebite
1095. Venous Leg Ulcer Pain
1096. Venous Leg Ulcer, Patient Priorities and Quality of Care
1097. Venous Leg Ulcers in the Elderly Patient
1098. Venous Thromboembolism (VTE)
1099. Venous Ulcers : Special Focus Issue
1100. Vertebral Compression Fractures
1101. Vibrio vulnificus
1102. View from the Cockpit
1103. Viral Hepatitis
1104. Viral Meningitis in Adults
1105. Volumetric Bladder Ultrasounds in the pediatric ED
1106. Vulnerable Populations
1107. Wandering in Hospitalized Older Adults
1108. Warfarin Therapy
1109. Warming up to IV infusion
1110. We are all continent nurses
1111. Weaning patients from mechanical ventilation
1112. Wearing Personal Protective Gear
1113. What can you do to prevent teen suicide ?
1114. What have my Kidneys got to do with my Sex Life ?
1115. What is Munchausen syndrome by proxy
1116. What is Necrobiosis Lipoidica ?
1117. What is Postmastectomy Pain Syndrome
1118. What is Preventive Ostomy Care ?
1119. What is This ? Pseudoverrucous lesions around stoma
1120. What you can learn from a comprehensive skin assessment
1121. What you need to know about arthritis
1122. What you Need to Know about Ports
1123. What you need to know about SARS now ?
1124. What you need to know about sepsis
1125. What you should know about Needleless I.V. Systems
1126. What you should know about psoriasis
1127. When a patient develops phlebitis
1128. When potassium takes dangerous detours
1129. When Sore Throat gets Serious
1130. When to administer modified blood products ?
1131. When to Use a Midline Catheter
1132. When Wound Care Hurts
1133. When your Patient has Pneumonia
1134. Whither do they wander?
1135. Who can Resist aspirin ?
1136. Why you should avoid reverse pressure ulcer staging
1137. Women and cardiovascular disease
1138. Working with Families of Hospitalized Older Adults with Dementia
1139. Wound Bed Preparation, part 1 et Part II
1140. Wound Care beyond Canada - a Global Perspective
1141. Wound Care Survey Report
1142. Wound culture specimen
1143. Wound dehiscence and evisceration
1144. Wound Instillation – The Next Step in Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT)
1145. Wound management
1146. Wound Pain. Assessment and Management
1147. Wound Sleuth
1148. Wound Sleuth - Myiasis
1149. WoundPedia - Resources in Evidence-Based Practice.
1150. Wounds in Surgical Patients who are Obese
1151. Xerosis and Pruritus in Elderly Patients, Part 1
1152. Yellow fever
1153. You can lessen leukemia’s toll
1154. Your role in forensic nursing
1155. Zapping Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia (VAP) with Evidence-based Practice