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Emergency treatment of anaphylaxis: implications for nurses

01 March 2008

Primary Health Care

Anaphylaxis

The new guidelines for healthcare providers on the treatment of anaphylactic reactions issued by the Resuscitation Council UK (RCUK) (2008) replace the previous...

Recognising dysfunctional breathing in asthma consultations

26 September 2007

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

There is a high prevalence of dysfunctional breathing among patients diagnosed with asthma, so it is important that health professionals are aware of its effects....

Russian revelation

18 April 2006

Nursing Standard

General article

Jill McGowan was convinced that a programme of breathing retraining – the Buteyko Method – could reduce the medication needs of people with asthma. So she gave up...

A calming influence

24 August 2010

Nursing Standard

Feature

Yoga can improve the lives of children with special needs and their parents, say its advocates.

Ineffective breathing pattern in children with congenital heart disease: definitions and outcomes

01 November 2010

Paediatric Nursing

Research

Aim To check the content validity of operational definitions for respiratory indicators of ineffective breathing pattern of children with congenital heart disease....

Ineffective breathing pattern in children with congenital heart disease: definitions and outcomes

01 November 2010

Paediatric Nursing

A&S Science

Aim To check the content validity of operational definitions for respiratory indicators of ineffective breathing pattern of children with congenital heart disease....

A spiritual workout

09 August 2011

Nursing Standard

General Article

Yoga can take many forms and its practice can best be described as a philosophy that places spirituality at the centre of existence.

Lifting the spirit

14 August 2007

Nursing Standard

Feature

As a nurse, Maitreyabandhu burned the candle at both ends, but was introduced to meditation through the London Buddhist Centre. Now he helps others to prevent...