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In pediatric gastroesophageal reflux, immaturity of lower esophageal sphincter (LES) function is manifested by frequent transient lower esophageal relaxations (tLESRs), which result in the retrograde flow of gastric contents into the esophagus.
This 15-item NCLEX-RN practice questions will give you familiarization about patient positioning.
Getting through labor is one of the most anticipated events during a woman’s pregnancy. To avoid complications during labor, thorough assessment should be conducted by the health care providers early during the woman’s pregnancy.
In this guide for patient positioning, learn about the common bed positions such as Fowler's, dorsal recumbent, supine, prone, lateral, lithotomy, Sims', Trendelenburg's, and other surgical positions commonly used. Learn about the different patient positioning guidelines, how to properly position the patient, and nursing considerations and interventions you need to know.