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Wide Selection of Medical Apparels

October 8, 2014 Category :All About Nursing 0


Nursing Uniforms is a Medical Uniform Superstore. NursingUniforms.net offers you wide selection of medical apparel, the best value for your dollar, and caring customer service. The owners come from medical professional families, so they understand your commitment to delivering the best patient care possible. They help you look good where and feel good to perform your absolute best!

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Coupon Codes for Nurse Scrubs

September 27, 2014 Category :All About Nursing 0

FindNurseUniforms is the Premier Coupon Directory for Nursing Scrubs! Here you will find the latest coupon codes and special offers from all of your favorite nurse uniform suppliers.

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Essential Nurse Skills and Competency

September 13, 2014 Category :All About Nursing 0

Standards for Nurse Skills and Competency differ from school to school, hospital to hospital, state to state and country to country. However there are certain common skills for nurses that are shared but most institutions.

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First-Ever Nurse-Serye : Habang May Buhay

September 3, 2014 Category :All About Nursing 0

Habang May Buhay is the first-ever nurse-serye set in the dramatic setting of the medical world that mirrors life at its most intense.

Habang May Buhay (lit. As Long As There’s Life) is a medical drama series on ABS-CBN. This is the story of Jane Alcantara (played by Judy Ann Santos), a strong-willed nurse who undergoes family, career, and love challenges in the United States and in the Philippines » Continue Reading

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Philippine Nurse Blog

August 28, 2014 Category :All About Nursing 3

Philippine Nurse blog is all about nursing. This site is intended to help nurses with their studies and career. Important informations about the Nursing Profession are available in this site. CHAT, TRIVIA GAMES, TIPS, REVIEWERS, EBOOKS, OPINIONS, STUDY GUIDES, NEWS and INFORMATIONS.
Location: On-Line

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Share Your Photos with Us!

July 27, 2014 Category :All About Nursing 0

The “Nurse Directory’ Community would like to invite all nurses, future nurses and student nurses to send us your most memorable nursing photo(s) and be featured in our soon to be available Flickr Photo Stream as well as in our Photo Gallery section..

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Cath Lab Training

July 26, 2014 Category :All About Nursing 0

Cath Lab or catheterization laboratory is an examination room in a hospital with diagnostic imaging equipment used to visualize the arteries and chambers of the heart. The procedure requires specialized training to perform. Cath Lab Training is aimed for healthcare workers like nurses and paramedics to gain knowledge on technical and thought process and skill acquisition of preparation for cases, identify and correctly prepare devices used for angiogram and angioplasty, understand the types of devices available and how to operate them and gain knowledge on radiation and protection.

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World’s First Comprehensive B2C & B2B Medical Tourism Platform

July 14, 2014 Category :All About Nursing 2

FlyFreeForHealth is the world’s first comprehensive Business-to-Customer and Business-to-Business medical tourism platform that allows you to seamlessly combine your health and lifestyle needs with the click of a mouse. At the heart of the FlyFreeForHealth’s concept is its unique ecology, a combination of 4 pillars of expertises including:

a. Development of International Medical Tourism Destinations
b. Development of Global Medical ButlerSM Sales Force and Medical Concierge Unification » Continue Reading

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What is ANSAP IVT Training?

May 5, 2014 Category :All About Nursing 0

In line with the Philippine Nursing Act of 2002 (R.A 9173) which stipulates that the administration of parenteral injection is in the scope of nursing practice, the Association of Nursing Service Administrators of the Philippines (ANSAP) strengthens and promote the certification of IV therapist to uphold safe nursing practice. The Intravenous Therapy (IVT) training is primarily designed to ensure safe practice in intravenous therapy or the infusion of liquid substances directly into a vein. Infused substances included Volume expanders, Blood-based products, Blood substitutes, Buffer solutions and other medications.

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Nursing Care Plan for CVA Patients

April 2, 2014 Category :All About Nursing 0

Cerebral Vascular Accident (CVA) or Stroke is fatal medical condition caused by the interruption of the blood supply to the brain, which is caused by a clot that prevents blood to flow or when a blood vessel bursts e.g. ruptured artery. The lack of supply of blood in the brain in turn discontinues the supply of oxygen and nutrients that can damage the brain tissue. CVA is a major cause of organ problems, paralysis or even death.

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Nursing Responsibilities on IV Fluids

March 20, 2014 Category :All About Nursing 0

Intravenous fluids or IV fluid are administered to patients who are unable to maintain adequate fluid balance and need replacement therapy due to fluid loss resulting from trauma, burns or infection. Fluid balance is maintained to warrant homeostasis. This is conducted when oral hydration is impracticable due to patient’s illness or surgery. If left untreated, a patient may suffer shock or be unable to distribute oxygen to the body. An overload of fluid on their other hand can cause breathlessness, which can lead to oedema.

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Stages of Infection

February 12, 2014 Category :All About Nursing 0

Infection is the invasion of an organism in the tissues of a living creature especially humans which often causes disease because of the disruption that these organism can cause, the toxins that harm the tissue or as a result of the negative reaction of host tissues to these organisms. The infection of the tissue is not abrupt but follows a gradual stage as follows:

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Responsible Nurse

November 26, 2013 Category :All About Nursing 0

Website for nurses pertaining to professional negligence and standards of care. Helpful resources for locating standards of care and state nursing boards.
Location: Responsible Nurse

PSMID 2013 Convention

November 7, 2013 Category :All About Nursing 0

The Philippine Society for Microbiology and Infectious Diseases or PSMID is the principal professional association of specialists in infectious diseases and microbiology in the Philippines. It is a subspecialty of the Philippine Medical association and has been a renowned for its members of distinguished practitioners of national and international stature and experts in the academe. As part of its mission of enlightening and disseminating modern technical knowledge related to microbiology and infectious diseases and to foster studies and researches on microbiology and infectious diseases, PSMID regularly holds a convention which serves as a forum through which new studies and discoveries about the subject of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases are shared to all members, practitioners, the medical community as well as other interested groups.

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Basic Life Support Training

October 31, 2013 Category :All About Nursing 0

Basic life support (BLS) is the stage of medical care primarily used for taking care of life-threatening illnesses or injuries caused by emergency situation and unexpected accidents until they can be given full medical care at a hospital. This service is primarily associated with emergency medical technicians, paramedics who provide immediate care in the pre-hospital setting, which can primarily be administered without medical equipment. Basic life support (BLS) is commonly implemented in the management heart attack, choking and drowning. Since it is basic, it does not involve the use of drugs or invasive skills.

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Cerebral Concussion Nursing Care Plan

October 23, 2013 Category :All About Nursing 0

Cerebral concussion is a fleeting, temporary, neurogenic malfunction caused by inadvertent mechanical shaking of the brain often attributed to head injury or accidents. It manifests itself through altered thought process that affects cognitive ability, orientation, decision making, information processing, memory, consciousness and even the loss of one’s identity. Patients that suffer cerebral concussion experience headaches and dizziness, nausea and fatigue, nervousness and a lethargic feeling, vomiting, depression, difficulty in concentrating, balancing and remembering. Others have experience hypersensitivity to light and noise, have difficulty sleeping, have blurred vision or see flashing lights among others.

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Healthcommunities.com

October 7, 2013 Category :All About Nursing 0

Healthcommunities.com, Inc., began with the launch of urologychannel in 1998. As a board-certified urologist in private practice, company founder Stanley J. Swierzewski III, M.D., foresaw the demand for online information resources for patients and physicians. Because it was so important that this information be accurate and trustworthy, the concept and practice of “physician developed and monitored” was created. The content on the medical information websites has been developed and reviewed by a panel of board-certified physicians. As a subscriber to the Health on the Net Foundation, Healthcommunities.com content has been reviewed and approved by a reputable outside source. Healthcommunities.com currently has a community of 30 medical information channels and has developed an extensive network of physician members through its Physician Website Management System, in which customized physician practice websites are created and maintained. Health care consumers are able to find providers through the MDLocator network, learn about physicians, download forms, and access a variety of resources that facilitate their health care decision making. From offering technological features such as streaming videos, to creating new educational partnerships with health care suppliers and practitioners, Healthcommunities.com continues to meet the needs of consumers and medical professionals who are seeking reliable medical content, resources, and tools.
Location: Mailing address: 136 West Street Northampton, MA 01060 Phone numbers for corporate office: tel: 888.950.0808 (413.587.0244) fax: 413.587.0387

Occupational English Test

October 3, 2013 Category :All About Nursing 3

The Occupational English Test (O.E.T.) is an English communications proficiency test which health professionals need to pass especially those who wants to work or study in Australia or New Zealand. OET applies to professions such as dentistry, dietetics, medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, optometry, pharmacy, physiotherapy, podiatry, radiography, speech pathology, veterinary science. Passing the OET is the certified evidence that an applicant or candidate can communicate effectively in a demanding healthcare environment.

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Nurse Phlebotomist Training

September 24, 2013 Category :All About Nursing 0

A nurse phlebotomist is basically a nurse trained to draw blood from the body for blood donation or drug tests. Most Phlebotomy training for nurses in the Philippines is integrated in the general nursing curriculum. Hands on training is provided during the nurse’s on the job training which is also part of the curriculum. The Phlebotomist Training is often comprised of a 1 semester three unit course which would a comprehensive course on Phlebotomy including its history, procedures, roles, safety practices, risks, circulatory system, risk management, etc. However, a shorter phlebotomy training generally are also provided which included certificate of completion. The training program would often include the history of Phlebotomy, its definition, functions, roles of the Phlebotomist, job tasks, Health and Safety measures, Anatomy and Physiology of The Arm, blood Circulation, Veins and Arteries.

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What is Transvaginal Ultrasound?

September 3, 2013 Category :All About Nursing 0

Also known as Endovaginal ultrasound, Transvaginal Ultrasound is a type of diagnostic procedure that uses ultrasonography or the use of high-frequency ultra sound waves transmitted through body tissues whose echoes are converted into video or photographic images for the diagnosis of diseases, conditions and the insides of the body. A transvaginal ultrasound in particular is a type of ultrasound test for evaluating and examining pelvic growths, source of cramps or other pain in the pelvic area (pelvic inflammatory disease), the cause of excessive vaginal bleeding or abnormal menstruation, cysts, tumors, infertility (Twisting of the ovaries), and even Ectopic pregnancy, among others.

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