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Groups of randomly bred infant Swiss mice were given s.c. injections of suspensions of (a) an organic extract of particulate atmospheric pollutants collected in New York City; (b) derived acidic, basic, neutral, aliphatic, aromatic, and insoluble fractions; and (c) three oxyneutral subfractions, in total doses of 10, 20, and 40 mg. Each test group consisted… (More)
At this point several students have graduated and pursued emergency nursing careers. Preceptors continue to welcome students as a part of the team and enjoy sharing their knowledge and expertise with these future emergency nurses.
INTRODUCTION Management of pediatric fever is controversial. Although many nursing texts advocate aggressive fever management, research provides evidence that fever is a normal physiologic process with beneficial effects. We sought to describe emergency nurses' pediatric fever management practices, their rationales for practice, and their practice… (More)