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Created from a live series of webinars, the Adult CCRN/CCRN-E/CCRN-K Certification Review course weaves practice questions throughout each module. Compare your answers with those of your colleagues and use...
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Created from a live series of webinars, the Adult CCRN/CCRN-E/CCRN-K Certification Review course weaves practice questions throughout each module. Compare your answers with those of your colleagues and use the live-audience Q&A to enhance your learning of best practices from critical care units across the United States.
Created from a live series of webinars, the Adult CCRN/CCRN-E/CCRN-K Certification Review course weaves practice questions throughout each module. Compare your answers with those of your colleagues and use the live-audience Q&A to enhance your learning of best practices from critical care units across the United States.
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Produced by: American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN)
Knowledge of perioperative medications and safe practices is critical for positive patient outcomes. This 100-question online independent study assessment will help identify knowledge gaps related to...
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Knowledge of perioperative medications and safe practices is critical for positive patient outcomes. This 100-question online independent study assessment will help identify knowledge gaps related to perioperative medications. Educators, managers, orientation coordinators, and staffing agencies for travel nurses will find this a helpful tool for on-boarding newly hired, experienced RNs. It can also be used by individual nurses as a self assessment to identify knowledge gaps.
Knowledge of perioperative medications and safe practices is critical for positive patient outcomes. This 100-question online independent study assessment will help identify knowledge gaps related to perioperative medications. Educators, managers, orientation coordinators, and staffing agencies for travel nurses will find this a helpful tool for on-boarding newly hired, experienced RNs. It can also be used by individual nurses as a self assessment to identify knowledge gaps.
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Produced by: Association of periOperative Registered Nurses (AORN)
The Perioperative RN who is transitioning from an acute care facility to an ambulatory surgery center needs to gain a better understanding of how productivity, risk management, and supply chain management is...
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The Perioperative RN who is transitioning from an acute care facility to an ambulatory surgery center needs to gain a better understanding of how productivity, risk management, and supply chain management is managed differently in the ASC.
The Perioperative RN who is transitioning from an acute care facility to an ambulatory surgery center needs to gain a better understanding of how productivity, risk management, and supply chain management is managed differently in the ASC.
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Produced by: Association of periOperative Registered Nurses (AORN)
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Produced by: Home Care Institute
SiMCare Diabetes is the most powerful diabetes training tool on the market today.
SiMCare Diabetes is the most powerful diabetes training tool on the market today.
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Produced by: Vital Simulations
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes,...
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The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes, prevention, management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia. Completion of this activity does not imply that an individual has the competence to perform neonatal resuscitation. Note: This is not an NRP Course. To obtain an NRP Provider Card, an individual must successfully complete the NRP 7th Edition Provider Course components: NRP 7th Edition Online Examination, eSimulation, and successfully participate in skills and simulation review and testing under the guidance of an NRP Instructor. The NRP Provider Card requires renewal every two years. CE credit is available and can be earned once every two years for successful study of the NRP materials and completion of the NRP 7th Edition Provider Exam, eSimulation cases, and the NRP 7th Edition Provider post-exam/eSimulation evaluation.
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes, prevention, management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia. Completion of this activity does not imply that an individual has the competence to perform neonatal resuscitation. Note: This is not an NRP Course. To obtain an NRP Provider Card, an individual must successfully complete the NRP 7th Edition Provider Course components: NRP 7th Edition Online Examination, eSimulation, and successfully participate in skills and simulation review and testing under the guidance of an NRP Instructor. The NRP Provider Card requires renewal every two years. CE credit is available and can be earned once every two years for successful study of the NRP materials and completion of the NRP 7th Edition Provider Exam, eSimulation cases, and the NRP 7th Edition Provider post-exam/eSimulation evaluation.
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Produced by: AAP - American Academy of Pediatrics
Adult CCRN/CCRN-E/CCRN-K Certification Review 2015 Course explores valuable knowledge covered in the Adult CCRN/CCRN-E/CCRN-K 2015 test plan and how to apply this knowledge in clinical practice settings. The...
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Adult CCRN/CCRN-E/CCRN-K Certification Review 2015 Course explores valuable knowledge covered in the Adult CCRN/CCRN-E/CCRN-K 2015 test plan and how to apply this knowledge in clinical practice settings. The program covers cardiovascular, pulmonary, neurologic, endocrine, renal, gastrointestinal, hematology/immunology, integumentary/musculoskeletal, multisystem, behavioral considerations and presents concepts supporting the AACN Synergy Model for Patient Care. (13 modules)
Adult CCRN/CCRN-E/CCRN-K Certification Review 2015 Course explores valuable knowledge covered in the Adult CCRN/CCRN-E/CCRN-K 2015 test plan and how to apply this knowledge in clinical practice settings. The program covers cardiovascular, pulmonary, neurologic, endocrine, renal, gastrointestinal, hematology/immunology, integumentary/musculoskeletal, multisystem, behavioral considerations and presents concepts supporting the AACN Synergy Model for Patient Care. (13 modules)
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Produced by: AACN - American Association of Critical-Care Nurses
The Joint Commission has stated that errors associated with medications are believed to be the most common type of medical error and are a significant cause of preventable adverse events. Help prevent...
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The Joint Commission has stated that errors associated with medications are believed to be the most common type of medical error and are a significant cause of preventable adverse events. Help prevent medication errors by identifying misinformation and improving nursing knowledge with the use of this new tool. AORN now offers an Adult Medication Safety Assessment that can be used as an on-boarding tool to establish a baseline level of knowledge on medications and also knowledge of Perioperative Standards and Recommended Practices. Knowledge of perioperative medications and safe practices is critical for positive patient outcomes. This 100-question online independent study assessment will help identify knowledge gaps related to perioperative medications. Educators, managers, orientation coordinators, and staffing agencies for travel nurses will find this a helpful tool for on-boarding newly hired, experienced RNs. It can also be used by individual nurses as a self assessment to identify knowledge gaps.
The Joint Commission has stated that errors associated with medications are believed to be the most common type of medical error and are a significant cause of preventable adverse events. Help prevent medication errors by identifying misinformation and improving nursing knowledge with the use of this new tool. AORN now offers an Adult Medication Safety Assessment that can be used as an on-boarding tool to establish a baseline level of knowledge on medications and also knowledge of Perioperative Standards and Recommended Practices. Knowledge of perioperative medications and safe practices is critical for positive patient outcomes. This 100-question online independent study assessment will help identify knowledge gaps related to perioperative medications. Educators, managers, orientation coordinators, and staffing agencies for travel nurses will find this a helpful tool for on-boarding newly hired, experienced RNs. It can also be used by individual nurses as a self assessment to identify knowledge gaps.
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Produced by: AORN - Association of periOperative Registered Nurses
The Perioperative RN who is transitioning from an acute care facility to an ambulatory surgery center needs to gain a better understanding of how productivity, risk management, and supply chain management is...
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The Perioperative RN who is transitioning from an acute care facility to an ambulatory surgery center needs to gain a better understanding of how productivity, risk management, and supply chain management is managed differently in the ASC. This course provides that information and much more with the following four modules. These modules may be taken in any order: 1) Risk Management in an Ambulatory Surgery Center - Provides an understanding of what a risk manager in an ASC does and why it is crucial for a successful surgery center to have an ethical, effective, proactive risk management program. 2) Understanding Productivity in an Ambulatory Surgery Center - Helps the perioperative nurse working in an ASC understand how productivity is measured and how it may impact the overall financial stability of the center. 3) Introduction to Supply Chain Management - Provides an understanding of supply chain management and how, both directly and indirectly, that affects profitability for an ASC. 4) Medication Safety Assessment - Tests your knowledge of the most common medications that are administered in an ASC, including the seven rights of medication administration.
The Perioperative RN who is transitioning from an acute care facility to an ambulatory surgery center needs to gain a better understanding of how productivity, risk management, and supply chain management is managed differently in the ASC. This course provides that information and much more with the following four modules. These modules may be taken in any order: 1) Risk Management in an Ambulatory Surgery Center - Provides an understanding of what a risk manager in an ASC does and why it is crucial for a successful surgery center to have an ethical, effective, proactive risk management program. 2) Understanding Productivity in an Ambulatory Surgery Center - Helps the perioperative nurse working in an ASC understand how productivity is measured and how it may impact the overall financial stability of the center. 3) Introduction to Supply Chain Management - Provides an understanding of supply chain management and how, both directly and indirectly, that affects profitability for an ASC. 4) Medication Safety Assessment - Tests your knowledge of the most common medications that are administered in an ASC, including the seven rights of medication administration.
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Produced by: AORN - Association of periOperative Registered Nurses
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes,...
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The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes, prevention, management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia. Completion of this activity does not imply that an individual has the competence to perform neonatal resuscitation. Note: This is not an NRP Course. To obtain an NRP Provider Card, an individual must successfully complete the NRP 7th Edition Provider Course components: NRP 7th Edition Online Examination, and successfully participate in skills and simulation review and testing under the guidance of an NRP Instructor. The NRP Provider Card requires renewal every two years.
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes, prevention, management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia. Completion of this activity does not imply that an individual has the competence to perform neonatal resuscitation. Note: This is not an NRP Course. To obtain an NRP Provider Card, an individual must successfully complete the NRP 7th Edition Provider Course components: NRP 7th Edition Online Examination, and successfully participate in skills and simulation review and testing under the guidance of an NRP Instructor. The NRP Provider Card requires renewal every two years.
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Produced by: CPS - Canadian Pediatric Society
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes,...
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The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes, prevention, management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia. Completion of this activity does not imply that an individual has the competence to perform neonatal resuscitation. Note: This is not an NRP Course. To obtain an NRP Provider Card, an individual must successfully complete the NRP 7th Edition Provider Course components: NRP 7th Edition Online Examination, and successfully participate in skills and simulation review and testing under the guidance of an NRP Instructor. The NRP Provider Card requires renewal every two years.
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes, prevention, management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia. Completion of this activity does not imply that an individual has the competence to perform neonatal resuscitation. Note: This is not an NRP Course. To obtain an NRP Provider Card, an individual must successfully complete the NRP 7th Edition Provider Course components: NRP 7th Edition Online Examination, and successfully participate in skills and simulation review and testing under the guidance of an NRP Instructor. The NRP Provider Card requires renewal every two years.
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Produced by: CPS - Canadian Pediatric Society
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes,...
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The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes, prevention, management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia. Completion of this activity does not imply that an individual has the competence to perform neonatal resuscitation. Note: This is not an NRP Course. To obtain an NRP Provider Card, an individual must successfully complete the NRP 7th Edition Provider Course components: NRP 7th Edition Online Examination, and successfully participate in skills and simulation review and testing under the guidance of an NRP Instructor. The NRP Provider Card requires renewal every two years.
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® is an educational program that introduces the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation. The NRP 7th Edition Provider Course assesses knowledge of the causes, prevention, management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia. Completion of this activity does not imply that an individual has the competence to perform neonatal resuscitation. Note: This is not an NRP Course. To obtain an NRP Provider Card, an individual must successfully complete the NRP 7th Edition Provider Course components: NRP 7th Edition Online Examination, and successfully participate in skills and simulation review and testing under the guidance of an NRP Instructor. The NRP Provider Card requires renewal every two years.
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Produced by: CPS - Canadian Pediatric Society
To provide information about how to obtain a 24-hour urine specimen for laboratory testing, including indications for specimen collection and key steps in the procedure. Information for patient and/or family...
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To provide information about how to obtain a 24-hour urine specimen for laboratory testing, including indications for specimen collection and key steps in the procedure. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide information about how to obtain a 24-hour urine specimen for laboratory testing, including indications for specimen collection and key steps in the procedure. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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Produced by: EBSCO Health
To provide information about the applying and removing an abduction pillow, including why an abduction pillow is used, how to place and remove an abduction pillow, the expected outcome of abduction pillow...
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To provide information about the applying and removing an abduction pillow, including why an abduction pillow is used, how to place and remove an abduction pillow, the expected outcome of abduction pillow use, and treatment goals for the healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide information about the applying and removing an abduction pillow, including why an abduction pillow is used, how to place and remove an abduction pillow, the expected outcome of abduction pillow use, and treatment goals for the healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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Produced by: EBSCO Health
To provide information on caring for a patient with abruptio placentae (AP), including evidence-based information on risk factors for AP, symptoms of AP, management of AP, and why it is important to provide...
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To provide information on caring for a patient with abruptio placentae (AP), including evidence-based information on risk factors for AP, symptoms of AP, management of AP, and why it is important to provide care to patients with AP. Information for patient and family education is included.
To provide information on caring for a patient with abruptio placentae (AP), including evidence-based information on risk factors for AP, symptoms of AP, management of AP, and why it is important to provide care to patients with AP. Information for patient and family education is included.
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Produced by: EBSCO Health
To provide the nurse with information about managing absenteeism in the healthcare setting, including proactive strategies that can be used to minimize absenteeism on the unit or in the department, the...
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To provide the nurse with information about managing absenteeism in the healthcare setting, including proactive strategies that can be used to minimize absenteeism on the unit or in the department, the application of progressive discipline to reduce absenteeism among individual employees, and considerations that must be made before initiating disciplinary action to manage absenteeism. Information for the nurse manager regarding strategies to reduce or manage absenteeism is emphasized.
To provide the nurse with information about managing absenteeism in the healthcare setting, including proactive strategies that can be used to minimize absenteeism on the unit or in the department, the application of progressive discipline to reduce absenteeism among individual employees, and considerations that must be made before initiating disciplinary action to manage absenteeism. Information for the nurse manager regarding strategies to reduce or manage absenteeism is emphasized.
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Produced by: EBSCO Health
To provide information about patient care related to acute dystonic reaction as a medication side effect, including the causes and manifestations of acute dystonic reaction, along with interventions to manage...
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To provide information about patient care related to acute dystonic reaction as a medication side effect, including the causes and manifestations of acute dystonic reaction, along with interventions to manage pain, resolve manifestations, and prevent complications. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide information about patient care related to acute dystonic reaction as a medication side effect, including the causes and manifestations of acute dystonic reaction, along with interventions to manage pain, resolve manifestations, and prevent complications. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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Produced by: EBSCO Health
To provide the nurse with information about the procedure for administering intramuscular (I.M.) medications, including information about the method of administration, appropriate equipment, patient...
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To provide the nurse with information about the procedure for administering intramuscular (I.M.) medications, including information about the method of administration, appropriate equipment, patient assessment, and nursing considerations. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide the nurse with information about the procedure for administering intramuscular (I.M.) medications, including information about the method of administration, appropriate equipment, patient assessment, and nursing considerations. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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Produced by: EBSCO Health
To provide the nurse clinician with information about the steps required to administer subcutaneous (S.Q.) injections in children, including site evaluation and special considerations to be followed when...
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To provide the nurse clinician with information about the steps required to administer subcutaneous (S.Q.) injections in children, including site evaluation and special considerations to be followed when performing S.Q. injections in children; precautions to be taken; the rationale for using S.Q. injection instead of other forms of medication delivery;and post-injection assessment factors. Information for patient and family education is included.
To provide the nurse clinician with information about the steps required to administer subcutaneous (S.Q.) injections in children, including site evaluation and special considerations to be followed when performing S.Q. injections in children; precautions to be taken; the rationale for using S.Q. injection instead of other forms of medication delivery;and post-injection assessment factors. Information for patient and family education is included.
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Produced by: EBSCO Health
To provide information about the administration of oral medication to infants and children, including the appropriate methods of preparation and an assessment of the patient's needs and developmental status....
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To provide information about the administration of oral medication to infants and children, including the appropriate methods of preparation and an assessment of the patient's needs and developmental status. Information for patient and family education is included.
To provide information about the administration of oral medication to infants and children, including the appropriate methods of preparation and an assessment of the patient's needs and developmental status. Information for patient and family education is included.
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Produced by: EBSCO Health
To provide information to the health care practitioner about the administration of sublingual and buccal medication to infants and children, including the appropriate methods of preparation and...
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To provide information to the health care practitioner about the administration of sublingual and buccal medication to infants and children, including the appropriate methods of preparation and administration, and an assessment of the patient’s needs and developmental status. Information for patient and family education is included.
To provide information to the health care practitioner about the administration of sublingual and buccal medication to infants and children, including the appropriate methods of preparation and administration, and an assessment of the patient’s needs and developmental status. Information for patient and family education is included.
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Produced by: EBSCO Health
To provide information about administering intramuscular (IM) injections to the newborn, including indications for IM injection and the steps involved in the procedure, along with treatment goals for the...
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To provide information about administering intramuscular (IM) injections to the newborn, including indications for IM injection and the steps involved in the procedure, along with treatment goals for the healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide information about administering intramuscular (IM) injections to the newborn, including indications for IM injection and the steps involved in the procedure, along with treatment goals for the healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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Produced by: EBSCO Health
To provide information about the administration of medication in children via the intramuscular (I.M.) route, including relative advantages of I.M. injection, appropriate sites for I.M. injection in children,...
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To provide information about the administration of medication in children via the intramuscular (I.M.) route, including relative advantages of I.M. injection, appropriate sites for I.M. injection in children, and the correct injection technique, along with strategies for promoting comfort and easing patient anxiety during the medication administration procedure. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide information about the administration of medication in children via the intramuscular (I.M.) route, including relative advantages of I.M. injection, appropriate sites for I.M. injection in children, and the correct injection technique, along with strategies for promoting comfort and easing patient anxiety during the medication administration procedure. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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Produced by: EBSCO Health
To provide information about adding medications to I.V. solutions (known as admixtures), including how to add medications to I.V. solutions and considerations that must be made depending on the packaging of...
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To provide information about adding medications to I.V. solutions (known as admixtures), including how to add medications to I.V. solutions and considerations that must be made depending on the packaging of the medication and whether reconstitution is necessary, along with safety considerations for the healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide information about adding medications to I.V. solutions (known as admixtures), including how to add medications to I.V. solutions and considerations that must be made depending on the packaging of the medication and whether reconstitution is necessary, along with safety considerations for the healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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Produced by: EBSCO Health
To provide information on administering acetaminophen (ACTMN) to newborns, infants, and children including evidence-based information on how to administer ACTMN, potential adverse reactions to ACTMN, and why...
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To provide information on administering acetaminophen (ACTMN) to newborns, infants, and children including evidence-based information on how to administer ACTMN, potential adverse reactions to ACTMN, and why administering ACTMN is important. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide information on administering acetaminophen (ACTMN) to newborns, infants, and children including evidence-based information on how to administer ACTMN, potential adverse reactions to ACTMN, and why administering ACTMN is important. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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Produced by: EBSCO Health