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American Nurse Today Sep 10
, it's QUIZ TIME! Test your knowledge: A risk factor for community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) is a. increased cough reflex. b. chronic renal failure. c. intermittent steroid use. d. hypergammaglobulinemia.
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Reece Jordan Doonan, RN 4m
A very exciting new interactive tool to help assist make clinical based decisions in a range of practice settings, caring for a wide range of patients and conditions!
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Indy 7h
My mom is a nurse. She doesn't think she does anything special that others wouldn't do. She's wrong. She's an educator, a listener, a calming presence, attentive, overly observant, incredibly intelligent, compassionate, and basically a hero. Love to all the
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Judge Lynn Toler Sep 12
The escorted me out of my sister’s room today because they could see I was about to . 😂 She’s fine but i wasn’t. I can hear my mother now: “now that crying nonsense isn’t helping anybody.”
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American Nurse Today Sep 18
, which is correct about upper GI bleed? a. The Glasgow-Blatchford Score is used to stratify risk b. A small-bore tube is typically used for gastric lavage c. The patient's hemoglobin should be maintained at 6 g/dL d. Patients older than 75 are at a decreased risk of dying
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DEA HQ 20h
For registrants- impacted by find instructions on how to report loss/destruction; get list of reverse distributors; obtain Rx from wholesaler; transfer registration #, more:
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Rufus The Ginger Nutter Sep 19
Granny’s been in the yellow blue light machine again. But mum I want to see in the not to stay with friends. My & will make her better I know they will 😢 lovely lovely ❤️for granny
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Nursing Conference 5m
Patients with celiac disease need to adhere to a gluten-free diet, including when they are in hospital. Staffs in catering departments and on wards need to be aware of the condition and its consequences.
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princewill aghedo 44m
Many working 12-hr which research tells us is detrimental to body, mind & spirit. It pushes us to our limits & beyond. Nurses are not machines. There are limits to what we can do. Pace yourself, create , and learn to say ‘No’ when necessary.
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Queens House (Kelso) Ltd Sep 19
Great development day today with our senior HCSW ... meet the team
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Enrique Castro 🇪🇸🇬🇧🇨🇺🇵🇪🇪🇺 Sep 17
Absolutely delighted that our paper focused on Spanish intending to migrate and globalization as driving force has been accepted by the Journal of Nursing Scholarship (2/118, Q1) yay!!!!!! cc
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David (RGN) 13h
The solution to Nurse recruitment and Nurse retention is to treat us like footballers...job done
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Tina Rufo Sep 17
I too am a As a nurse, I see every day people struggling with insurance companies who are denying their coverage for basic needs. It is unconscionable. I will be voting and bringing all my w/me who advocate for our patients always.
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Focus d'e Kuchoko Jr. 11h
Replying to @mishiboo44
Most of them don't have the character of passion for that job.. That's why a lot of people die off late..!
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Kayte Powell 15h
Thankyou everyone who spoke at our event in Wrexham.Amazing & inspirational telling us what they do,celebrating nursing, creating more positive language around
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Joanne Fillingham 23h
Thanks (AHPs in Singapore) for sharing knowledge about the opportunities & challenges for future care & inviting me to see your services
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Gavin Preston, M.D. Sep 15
I see television ads by insurance companies saying "We will take care of you." NO. Doctors, , and other professionals will take care of you. Insurance companies will take care of their shareholders and executives.
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Lou Cahill, RN 6h
Official part of the today as I head off to London to present the wheel to the Patient Safety panel at the awards!
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Patricia Schwerdtle 10h
Agree. It would help academics to meaningfully integrate climate & health into health prof. curricula if industry partners (Employers) would demand who can practice sustainably & who understand health impacts of climate change
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The Alda Center 14h
and : Will you join and our team in New York City? Mention your favorite doctor 👇 and they could train with us!
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