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Cerebrovascular Accident (Stroke) Nursing Care Management

Cerebrovascular Accident (Stroke)

A cerebrovascular accident (CVA), an ischemic stroke or “brain attack,” is a sudden loss of brain function resulting from a disruption of the blood supply to a part of the brain.
Anti-Infective Drugs Nursing Pharmacology and Study Guide

Anti-Infective Drugs

Anti-infective agents are drugs utilized to exert effect on invading foreign organisms on the body, especially those which can cause infection.

History of Nursing in the Philippines

History does matter. This article illustrates the considerable weight and influence of nursing history while at the same time disclosing the challenges of applying the past to the present.

Fetal Growth Assessment

Learn how to estimate fetal growth, movement, and different diagnostics and testing to determine the wellbeing of the fetus.

Trauma in Pregnancy

Planning the care of a pregnant woman who experienced trauma should be one of the skills of a healthcare provider, for this may happen rarely but unexpectedly.

Blood Transfusion Therapy

Learn the concepts behind blood transfusion therapy and the nursing management and interventions before, during and after the therapy.
Integumentary System Anatomy and Physiology

Integumentary System Anatomy and Physiology

The integumentary system consists of the skin and accessory structures, such as hair, nails, and glands. The integumentary system is recognizable to most people because it covers the outside of the body and is easily observed.
Osteogenesis Imperfecta Nursing Care Management and Study Guide

Osteogenesis Imperfecta

Osteogenesis imperfecta is characterized by bones that break easily often from little or no apparent cause.

Gestational Trophoblastic Disease

Gestational trophoblastic disease is the degeneration and abnormal proliferation of the trophoblastic villi. The cells become filled with clear fluid, giving them the appearance of grape-like vesicles.


Diuretics are drugs that primarily increase the excretion of sodium. Learn about thiazide, loop, potassium-sparing, osmotic diuretics, and carbonic anhydrase inhibitors.


- Muscular System Anatomy and Physiology

Muscular System Anatomy and Physiology

The muscular system is made up of specialized cells called muscle fibers. Their main function is contractibility. Muscles, connected to bones or internal organs and blood vessels, are in charge for movement. Almost every movement in the body is the outcome of muscle contraction.