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Issue : March 2005

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  • VitiligoSubscription

    Clinical31 May, 2005

    VOL: 101, ISSUE: 22, PAGE NO: 28- Vitiligo is acquired depigmentation of the skin. It is a condition characterised by variable-sized white patches…

  • The new heatwave and extreme heat protection planSubscription

    Clinical31 May, 2005

    VOL: 101, ISSUE: 22, PAGE NO: 26

  • RespirationsSubscription

    Clinical31 May, 2005

    VOL: 101, ISSUE: 22, PAGE NO: 30 Jo Trim, MPhil, BSc, RN, is nurse adviser at University Hospital Birmingham Foundation Trust

  • Laboratory diagnosis and investigation of anaemiaSubscription

    Clinical31 May, 2005

    Laboratory investigations play an essential part in diagnosing anaemia, establishing its aetiology and determining and monitoring its appropriate treatment. 

  • A programme of supervised practice in a primary care trustSubscription

    Clinical31 May, 2005

    In The NHS Plan (DoH, 2000), the government acknowledged the importance of nurses to the health service. The government also set itself a key objective to recruit male nurses into the NHS, of the right calibre, to enable it to meet the changing needs and expectations of people using the NHS and to continuously improve quality of care offered by the service.

  • Monitoring pulseSubscription

    Clinical24 May, 2005

    The pulse, or heart rate, is taken to assist with the assessment of a patient’s cardiovascular function (NT Skills, 8 April 2003, p29).

  • Draft guidance on treatment and prevention of MRSASubscription

    Clinical24 May, 2005

    MRSA has received much media and political attention and its reduction is now an important goal. As NT’s ‘Keep It Clean’ campaign aims to show, infection control - especially the control of a resistant organism - is a complex issue with many contributing factors requiring a consistent approach to management (Shuttleworth, 2004).

  • Fragile XSubscription

    Clinical24 May, 2005

    VOL: 101, ISSUE: 21, PAGE NO: 28What is fragile x?

  • The use and benefits of compression stocking aidsSubscription

    Clinical24 May, 2005

    Abstract

  • Managing constipation in advanced cancer careSubscription

    Clinical24 May, 2005

    Constipation is a common and debilitating symptom in patients with advanced cancer with an estimated prevalence ranging from 30 to 80 per cent (Baines, 1988; Grond et al, 1994; Sykes, 1998; Potter et al, 2003).

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