During a routine physical examination, a clinician suspects May-Hegglin anomaly because of the patient’s low platelet count and hearing loss.
NAPNAP President Rajashree Koppolu, RN, MSN, CPNP, MSL, addresses the challenges facing pediatric nurses.
Malnutrition needs to be recognized and treated early to ensure the best possible outcomes for elderly patients.
The positive influence of nurse navigation program on CRC screenings rates and barriers was demonstrated by a team of researchers in Turkey.
Implementation of hospital-based palliative care service was associated with a 10% reduction in ICU use, lowering healthcare costs and improving quality of death for terminal patients.
Metabolic syndrome is associated with poorer sleep in girls with polycystic ovary syndrome and obesity.
Researchers sought to identify the incidence of hospital-acquired Clostridioides difficile infection and its associated length of stay in the United States.
Following resuscitation with naloxone, clinicians commonly recommend an observation period to monitor for rebound apnea and other symptoms. Patient refusal of this recommendation is common, although rarely discussed in the literature.
Data published in JAMA Network Open suggest that prescribing practices for ART in pregnant women living with HIV in the US do not align optimally with national guidelines.