November 2022 Vol. 17 No. 11

Adult intussusception

Quick action ensures prompt diagnosis and treatment. Takeaways: Metformin-associated induced lactic acidosis (MALA) is a life-threatening condition that requires prompt,…

ANA Enterprise News, November 2022

ANA applauds introduction of ICAN Act The American Nurses Association (ANA) has joined with the American Association of Nurse Anesthesiology,…

Brick by brick

Building a foundation for a stronger healthcare system Early in her career, Betty Rambur, PhD, RN, FAAN, grew concerned about…

Ending stigma

From your ANA President: Mental health support is vital for nurses to thrive. If a flood or fire were to…

Giving thanks

The best gifts frequently are the smallest. Lillee Gelinas Nurses and the nursing profession enjoy many expressions of gratitude nationally…

Is your patient on a clinical trial?

One simple question can make all the difference. Takeaways: The billions of prescriptions filled by Americans every year demonstrate the…

Managing pain in palliative care

Effective management requires patient advocacy. Pain in all stages of care—from acute to chronic—can result in debilitating and distressing effects…
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Opioid overdose cardiopulmonary emergencies

2020 American Heart Association recommendation review Takeaways: Opioid-related overdoses and death in the United States continue to increase. American Heart…

Systems thinking and nursing innovation

ANA Innovation is changing the way nurses look at systems through its Innovation Advisory Board and Committees. Systems thinking represents…

The posttraumatic nurse

Focus on growth rather than disorder. The last several years have been tough as a result of the pandemic, social…

Understanding infusion pump technology

Safety and usability direct next-generation smart pump innovations. Nurses look to technology to help solve problems, and they recognize that…

What’s the economic value of nursing?

Addressing the nursing shortage requires healthcare policy change. How do you approach a massive problem with many confounding variables to…

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