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Issue : July 2002

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  • The impact of prescribing in wound care on nurses and patientsSubscription

    Clinical1 July, 2002

    Karen LayFlurrie, RN.

  • The symptoms and management of respiratory failureSubscription

    Clinical1 July, 2002

    Philip Woodrow, MA, RGN, DipN, Grad Cert Ed. Practice Development Nurse, ITU, Kent and Canterbury Hospital NHS Trust Nurses are often the first members of the health-care team to detect breathing problems in patients, and are often involved in caring for patients receiving respiratory support ranging from oxygen therapy (via a facemask or nasal cannulae) to non-invasive ventilation.

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