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Issue : April 2005

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  • AcamprosateSubscription

    Clinical30 April, 2005

    VOL: 101, ISSUE: 36, PAGE NO: 35Generic and proprietary names

  • ACE inhibitors

    ACE inhibitorsSubscription

    Clinical22 April, 2005

    VOL: 101, ISSUE: 46, PAGE NO: 29  

  • Adhesive film dressingsSubscription

    Clinical16 April, 2005


  • Alginate dressingsSubscription

    Clinical9 April, 2005

    VOL: 101, ISSUE: 28, PAGE NO: 31Generic and proprietary names

  • The role of relationships in effective clinical supervision.Subscription

    Clinical5 April, 2005


  • Assessment and nursing care of the patient with dyspnoeaSubscription

    Clinical5 April, 2005

    VOL: 101, ISSUE: 14, PAGE NO: 50 Samantha Prigmore, MSc, RGN, is respiratory nurse consultant, St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust, London Breathlessness is a subjective experience, which has been described as an unpleasant or uncomfortable awareness of breathing, or of the need to breathe (Gift, 1990). 

  • Choice in the diet of people with learning difficulties.Subscription

    Clinical5 April, 2005

    Choice is often restricted for people with learning difficulties. Food choice is an integral part of our life - it is often an unconscious process that is taken for granted. However, people with intellectual difficulties are often prevented from making choices about food because they do not have the means to do so. Jenkinson (1993) summarised these difficulties in three broad categories:

  • Home non-invasive ventilation: a brief guide for primary care staff.Subscription

    Clinical5 April, 2005

    VOL: 101, ISSUE: 14, PAGE NO: 57 Trevor Phillips, BSc, Dip Grad Phys, SRP, is clinical specialist physiotherapist, Physiotherapy Department, Derriford Hospital, Plymouth

  • The role of angioplasty in acute myocardial infarction.Subscription

    Clinical5 April, 2005

    Thrombolysis has achieved startling improvements in cardiac mortality over the last few years and has traditionally been the first-line treatment for patients presenting with ST-segment elevation. Recently, new preparations have meant thrombolysis can be given more quickly and easily, in many cases even before the patient arrives at the hospital. The patient usually has an angiogram, angioplasty or stent insertion at a later date.

  • Advances in prevention and treatment of stroke and TIA.Subscription

    Clinical5 April, 2005

    Stroke is the third biggest killer in the UK, behind heart disease and cancer (Wolfe et al, 1996), and the single largest cause of serious disability. A transient ischaemic attack (TIA) is a temporary, stroke-like event in which symptoms last no longer than 24 hours. A TIA increases the future risk of stroke sevenfold (ONS, 2001).

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