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Celebrating National Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA) Week 2017

Celebrating National Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA) Week 2017

Let's celebrate the importance of Certified Nurse Anesthetists in providing safe and effective anesthesia care for every patient.

7 Years after Graduation, Upstate Nurse Learns She Never Got Degree

An Upstate nurse apparently found out that she never acquired an associate degree in Nursing – after seven years of working as a registered nurse.

How Nursing Leadership Styles Can Impact Patient Outcomes: An Infographic

Like any workplace, the quality and approach of a leader can have a substantial impact on the quality of work that employees deliver.

Do Female Nurses Suffer From a Lack of Senior Opportunities in the UK?

The 'Assessing the Lack of Senior Opportunities for Women in Nursing' report shows research around the gender imbalance in the healthcare sector and stats on opportunities for women in this field given the competitive gender pay gap.

5 Signs You Would Make a Good Nurse

Consider these five signs you might make a good nurse.

Tomorrow’s Nurse: Emerging Technologies Nurses Need to Know

New technologies coupled with medical advances means the state of health care will always be changing---and nurses will need to know and use these emerging technologies.

How Nurses Save Lives with Preventative Services: An Infographic

Americans could save billions of dollars annually in health care costs per year if they would follow preventative health care practices.

Why Nurses Are Essential to Delivering Cost-Effective Care: An Infographic

Nurses play an important role in the US healthcare sector because they handle medication-related tasks, communicate with patients and doctors and perform ward-related activities.

8 Weird Workplace Dangers Nurses Have to Deal With

Here are eight workplace dangers only nurses have to deal with (and, really, deserve more appreciation for putting up with them).

Nurse Practitioner: 6 Awesome Reasons Why Become One

If you are looking for the chance for more autonomy by being able to set up your own clinic, or become more involved in holistic patient-centered care, becoming a Nurse Practitioner may be the career path for you.


Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalances Nursing Care Plans

10 Fluid And Electrolyte Imbalances Nursing Care Plans

Nursing plan and goals for fluid and electrolyte imbalances include: maintaining fluid volume at a functional level, patient exhibits normal laboratory values, demonstrates appropriate changes in lifestyle and behaviors including eating patterns and food quantity/quality, re-establishing and maintaining normal pattern and GI functioning.
Neurogenic Shock Nursing Care Management

Neurogenic Shock

Anaphylactic Shock