October 2011 Vol. 6 No. 10

An invitation to error

What happens when you’re short staffed and there isn’t anyone to help?

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Understanding seizures in children

Although seizures are scary for the child, parents, and bystanders, most pediatric seizures can be controlled or eliminated.

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