Issue : 7 June 2011
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Adding corticosteroids to antibiotics may help patients with community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) recover more quickly than with antibiotics alone, according to experts.
In 2009, the Boorman report highlighted the importance of NHS staff health and wellbeing, not only for individual employees but also so they can delivery quality healthcare.
Nursing can be stressful. Ensure you know how to access resources to ease anxieties
Delivering oxygen therapy in acute care: part 2Subscription
In part 2 of our focus on oxygen therapy, we look at how developing a spectrum of respiratory support aids the appropriate admininstration of oxygen
The adverse psychological effects of mephedrone – also known as meph, 4-MMC, MCAT, drone, miaow and bubbles – have been documented for the first time.
There is wide variation in dose of fresh frozen plasma (FFP) use by ICU clinicians, according to UK researchers.
There is just one month left to enter the Nursing Times Awards 2011.
One in three women will experience some pain, bleeding or discharge after a follow-up cervical cytology test, according to Scottish researchers.
Malnutrition needs identifying in the communitySubscription
Findings from a national survey show that malnutrition is still under-recognised
Dehydration: why is it still a problem?Subscription
The effects of dehydration and why prevention is not as straightforward as it seems