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Providing optimal care for patients with central catheters

Confused about central catheters? Here’s what you need to know.

Caring for patients with metabolic syndrome

A precursor to serious complications, this dangerous condition is on the rise among Americans.

6 surprising best resuscitation practices

Nothing is more important to the patient’s outcome than properly performed chest compressions.

What every nurse should know about staffing

Learn how understanding your organization’s staffing process can help you influence staffing levels on your unit.

Guiding your patients through menopause

The more you know about menopause, the more you can help patients understand and cope with symptoms.

Central lines: Recognizing, preventing, and troubleshooting complications

Central lines can save lives. But dangerous complications can occur unless caregivers know how to identify, prevent, and solve potential problems.

Advocating for patients in an era of drug-delivery problems

Learn what steps you can take to help patients avoid drug contamination and cope with drug shortages.