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April 2008, Volume 38 Number 4 , p 59 - 59


  • Patricia A. Thompson RN, MS
  • Diane Langemo RN, PhD, FAAN
  • Darlene Hanson RN, MS
  • Julie W. Anderson RN, CCRC, PhD
  • Susan Hunter RN, MSN


Thompson, Patricia A. RN, MS; Langemo, Diane RN, PhD, FAAN; Hanson, Darlene RN, MS; Anderson, Julie W. RN, CCRC, PhD; Hunter, Susan RN, MSN

Issue: Volume 38(4), April 2008, p 59 Publication Type: […& more: WOUND & SKIN CARE] Publisher: © 2008 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc. Institution(s): At the University of North Dakota College of Nursing in Grand Forks, N.D., Patricia A. Thompson is a clinical assistant professor of nursing, Diane Langemo is Chester Fritz Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Darlene Hanson is a clinical associate professor of nursing, and Julie W. Anderson and Susan Hunter are associate professors of nursing.

YOU'RE WORKING in the walk-in clinic when a young woman comes in for treatment of a red, itchy body rash that she's had for the past week. She thinks it may have been caused by something she ate. She has pink maculopapular lesions on her face, neck, ...

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