About Charity Marquez RN

Being a nurse-writer reflects both my profession and passion for my calling. I believe writing is the greatest way for me to promulgate the insights that I'm best with. Medical-Surgical Nursing and Anatomy & Physiology are my two strongest specializations in the field.

FDAR Charting – How Nurses Do It

FDAR Charting – How Nurses Do It

Focus charting or simply termed as F-DAR is a kind of documentation utilizing the nursing process and involves the four steps: assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation. It is a systematic approach. It is focused on the care of the client and related strengths or concerns.  One F-DAR charting is solely concerned on one particular problem […]

Male Reproductive System

Male Reproductive System

Preservation of the human life not only depends on the pregnancy of females alone. This will not be possible without the help of the male species and their share in reproduction. The different sex organs of the male are functioning in harmony to produce and ejaculate seminal fluid into the female reproductive system during sex. […]

Licensed Nurses Proven Guilty of Misconduct

Licensed Nurses Proven Guilty of Misconduct

Nurse Guilty of Robbery In Ireland, a nurse has been revoked the right to practice after being proven to have robbed money from patients of care. Fiona Mary Quinn, with nurse registration number of 105233, was discovered by the Ireland Nursing and Midwifery Board’s committee for fitness-to-practice to have stolen a considerable amount of cash […]

Guillain-Barré Syndrome: How Nurses Should Manage

Guillain-Barré Syndrome: How Nurses Should Manage

Guillain-Barré Syndrome is a neuromuscular disorder, also termed as polyradiculoneuritis, and acute condition that involves inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy that occurs on the peripheral sensory and motor nerves, most of the time on the nerve roots. Pathophysiology and/or Etiology Guillain-Barré Syndrome is considered to be an autoimmune disorder. There is no specific cause of the autoimmune […]

Stressed Nurses May Place Patients in Danger

Stressed Nurses May Place Patients in Danger

A recent study shows that a nurse who experienced “burn out” may put the patient’s welfare at risk. According to the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) in the United Kingdom, the care of the patients may be jeopardized due to understaffing and tons of workloads. Nurses, in their day-to-day experience, may be subjected to unavoidable […]