April 2009 Vol. 4 No. 4

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American Nurse, American Talent

A Registered Nurse since 1982, Steve Price began his healthcare career in the U.S. Navy in 1971 as a hospital corpsman. He spent 15 years in the dialysis…

Downtime: The time to nurse

Not long ago, I walked down a hospital corridor of a medical-surgical unit and found all the work stations on wheels (WOWs) flush to one side, with nurses…

Environment, health & safety

Health care is a high-risk occupation so it is critical all healthcare workers are knowledgeable about the risks they may encounter and steps needed to lessen or avoid…
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Flying high to save lives

Flight nursing offers rewards that few other nursing jobs can match. Across the globe, patients are transported from accident scenes or between healthcare facilities every day. Most medical…

Issues up close

ANA and nursing organizations work to demonstrate RN’s economic value.

Noninvasive ventilation makes a comeback

Although it’s not suitable for all patients, noninvasive positive pressure ventilation reduces many of the risks associated with mechanical ventilation.

Superbugs trump wonder drugs

Our grandparents’ generation first witnessed the wonders of antimicrobial agents. These drugs saved millions of lives and rendered harmless a number of previously untreatable fatal illnesses. But their…

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