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You’re at a party, a family gathering, or next to the sports field - and someone develops a health issue. All eyes turn to you because, after all, you’re the nurse or nurse-to-be. Does this scenario sound familiar to you?
Do you ask at-risk patients in about access to firearms in the home? Do you believe that you could do this and that it is important for the future safety of your patients?
"At that moment, my son was your son. Your feet weren’t aching. Your stomach wasn’t growling, and your bladder wasn’t bursting."
Overworked and most likely underpaid, we’re all “burned out like a toaster.” But with a little teamwork, “clinic got flow flow flow…”
I would enumerate some important tips in determining the kind of nursing area that you might like as dictated by your personality.
Status asthmaticus is severe and persistent asthma that does not respond to conventional therapy; attacks can occur with little or no warning and can progress rapidly to asphyxiation.
Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is a life-threatening lung condition. It is a form of breathing failure that can occur in very ill or severely injured people.