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Issue : June 2007

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  • Knowledge: Exploring the growing problem of allergySubscription

    Clinical21 January, 2008

    Dave Burns outlines the growing problem of allergic conditions.

  • Focus: Nurses lead the way in respiratory care

    Focus: Nurses lead the way in respiratory careSubscription

    Clinical21 January, 2008

    The Association for Respiratory Nurse Specialists has raised concerns about the loss of specialist posts. Monica Fletcher outlines the important role nurses play in managing respiratory disease in primary care

  • Best practice: End-stage non-malignant lung disease guidelinesSubscription

    Clinical21 January, 2008

    Author Denise Williams, MSc, BA, RGN, is respiratory nurse consultant, Wirral Hospitals NHS Trust; Linda Johns, BSc, RGN, is respiratory nurse specialist, Cardiothoracic Centre, Liverpool.

  • Comment: Resources are available to provide optimal careSubscription

    Clinical21 January, 2008

    A great deal is known about the pathophysiology of allergy and we also know that the incidence of allergic disease is rising in the UK. But there is little focus in nursing pre-registration training on the diseases caused through allergy. The result is that patients can experience distress and reduction of quality of life, as well as asthma and even death caused by anaphylaxis.

  • Evaluation of a sun awareness programme for school childrenSubscription

    Clinical26 June, 2007

    VOL: 103, ISSUE: 26, PAGE NO: 30-31Jane Freak, NNEB, SEN, RGNMacmillan skin cancer CNS, surgical directorate, the RoyalBournemouthHospital, Dorset.ABSTRACT Freak, J. (2007) Evaluation of a sun awareness programme for school children.www.nursingtimes.net

  • Mind mapping as a tool in qualitative researchSubscription

    Clinical26 June, 2007

    Abstract Tattersall, C. et al (2007) Mind mapping as a tool in qualitative research. www.nursingtimes.net Download a print-friendly PDF file of this article here

  • Fluid balance is maintaining the correct amount of fluid in the body.

    Fluid BalanceSubscription

    Clinical21 June, 2007

    Fluid balance can alter with disease and illness so it important to be aware of how much fluid is in the body, taking steps such as measuring urea and electrolytes levels

  • Eye CareSubscription

    Clinical21 June, 2007

    Gail P. Mooney, MSc, PG Social Research Methods, RGN, lecturer, School of Health Science, University of Wales, Swansea.

  • Blood Pressure monitoringSubscription

    Clinical21 June, 2007

    Gail P. Mooney, MSc, PG Social Research Methods, RGN, lecturer, School of Health Science, University of Wales, Swansea.

  • Mouth care

    Mouth careSubscription

    Clinical21 June, 2007

    Maintaining a clean and comfortable oral cavity helps patients to recover and reduces the risk of their health declining. They will be able to communicate better, eat more easily and will maintain dignity.

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