I'm sure you've already read through the author guidelines at American Nurse Today
What I find strange is that while they are a peer-reviewed publication, they actually limit your reference citations to 5 or 10 as a maximum (depending on publication purpose/availability mode). Straight from their web page offered above:
Please limit references to no more than five (10 for a CE article). You may provide an additional 5 references (10 for a CE article) to place with the online version of the article.
That is very unusual to me; I've never encountered such a strict limitation in well-respected journals. That actually makes your job more difficult, as you'll have less published expertise to lean on as support for your observations (I still can't get over that limitation )
While on the topic of references, I'm sure you know this already but would bear repeating for others considering publishing... go beyond the abstract. Pull the actual publication and read it. I have found more erroneous interpretation of results in the last decade that slip by and are published, although the abstract paints a glorious picture otherwise. Kinda scary.
Good luck to you, and thank you for contributing to the knowledge base!