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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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GAOC Dental Clinic

August 30, 2014 Category :HealthCare Companies 0

It’s not just a smile. It’s a statement. Gan Advanced Osseointegation Center or GAOC is the leading dental center in the Philippines and one of the best in Southeast Asia. Spear-headed and founded by world-renowned dental surgeon Dr. Steve Mark Gan in 1998, GAOC was the product of a consistent culture of excellence and pioneers […]

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Classification For Priority of Treatment

August 10, 2014 Category :Nursing Reviewer 0

Classification for priority of treatment would be based on how likely it is that the casualties will respond to the medical personnel and supplies that are immediately available 1.  Minimal Treatment – for patients who can be returned to active duty immediately 2.  Immediate Treatment – for patients whose life or limb will be saved […]

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Hernia Surgery Philippines

December 7, 2013 Category :Nursing Articles 0

A hernia is the projection or outcropping of an organ or the fatty tissue of an organ through a weak spot the wall of the cavity that contains it. There are different kinds of hernia such as inguinal (inner groin), incisional (resulting from an incision), femoral (outer groin), umbilical (belly button), and hiatal (upper stomach), […]

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What is Schistosomiasis?

February 26, 2010 Category :Nursing Reviewer 0

Schistosomiasis affects mostly farmers and their families in the rural area. Endemic in 10 regions, 24 provinces, 183 municipalities and 1,212 barangays. High prevalence in Region 5 (Bicol), Region 8 (Samar and Leyte) and Region 11 (Davao). AKA: bilhariasis; snail fever Causative agent: Schistosoma mansoni; S. haematobium. S. Japonicum (blood fluke), endemic in the Philippines, […]

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