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Month: April 2011

Identifying Families at High Genetic Risk of Cancer

Cancer can be defined as sporadic, familial, or hereditary. This classification can assist nurses in identifying individual family members at risk for cancer and developing a plan for cancer screening, prevention, and risk...

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Guidelines for Managing Achilles Tendon Rupture

When an Achilles tendon ruptures, the forces placed on the tendon exceed its tensile limits. Patients who sustain these injuries often experience sudden pain in the affected leg, difficulty with weight-bearing, and weakness of...

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Comorbidities in ADHD

Clinical management of ADHD should address multiple comorbid conditions and manage a range of adverse functional outcomes, according to findings from a UCLA research team. Investigators found that children with ADHD were more...

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A New Approach for Managing CDAD

Clostridium difficile-associated diarrhea (CDAD) can present variably as a mild diarrheal illness to severe diarrhea, colitis, and, in the most serious cases, death. Patients may experience 20 or more diarrheal episodes daily...

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