June 1982, AANA Journal

Table of Contents

 
A report on the AANA Manpower Study-Part I
By Brian E. Graham-Moore, PhD
The first in a series of reports on the results of the AANA Manpower Study-the first human resources study ever undertaken by a profession to monitor and project future trends and needs within the field. This report includes a look at practice settings and earnings.
Print version: 1982;50(3):239-252.
 
Anesthesia and the neurosurgical patient: Part II-Neuroradiologic procedures
By Mary Kay Davis, CRNA, BS
In Part II of a series on neuroanesthesia, the author focuses on the anesthetic management of patients undergoing such neuroradiologic procedures as myelography and CAT scans.
Print version: 1982;50(3):253-257.
 
Hypotensive agents and techniques
By Kathryn E. Richter, CRNA, BS
The author discusses three drugs currently in use for this technique as well as clinical indications for induced hypotension.
Print version: 1982;50(3):258-265.
 
Pulmonary aspiration: A review
By Salvatore A. Ciresi, CRNA, MN
A review of pulmonary aspiration, encompassing the pathophysiology, treatment and prevention of this potential complication.
Print version: 1982;50(3):266-269.
 
Motivation and the activation process
By Peggy L. McFadden, CRNA, BS
This article investigates some of the basic theories of motivating individuals to achieve goals within a department, university, hospital, or organization.
Print version: 1982;50(3):270-278.
 
Editorial
Readers respond enthusiastically to the first AANA Journal Course
Print version: 1982;50(3):209.
 
Legal Briefs
By Julie N. Manson, JD
AANA Legal Counsel
Malpractice: A new standard of care?
Print version: 1982;50(3):279-280.
 
Washington Scene
By Richard E. Verville
AANA Washington Consultant
The federal budget revisited
Print version: 1982;50(3):281-284.
 
AANA Journal Course: The anesthetic management of the patient. Part II-A focus on myocardial infarction
By Sandy Frye-Kryder, CRNA, MS
Leah E. Katz, CRNA, MA
The second of the AANA Journal's 1982-83 six- part course. Nurse anesthetists are frequently called upon to manage patients who have had a previous myocardial infarction or who have a history of coronary artery disease. The authors discuss the pathophysiology of coronary artery disease and the implications for the perioperative management of these patients.
Print version: 1982;50(3):285-292.
 
Answers to the first AANA Journal Course examination
Print version: 1982;50(3):293-297.
 
News and Views
Print version: 1982;50(3):237.
 
Book Reviews
Print version: 1982;50(3):300.
 
General and subscription Information
Print version: 1982;50(3):206.
 
Index to Advertisers
Print version: 1982;50(3):324.
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ISSN 0094-6354
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