About Danica Mabborang

Danica is a Registered Nurse in the Philippines who used to work as an Occupational Health Nurse in a pharmaceutical company. She opted to devote and exemplify her profession through writing. She is an Academic Writer for more than three years. A mother of adorable 5 year old girl and an entrepreneur who started designing and making customized and originally crafted bags.

What else Do we need to Know about Zika Virus ?

What else Do we need to Know about Zika Virus ?

We already heard substantial information about Zika virus, which usually comprises of basic know about, but what else do we need to know with regards to this disease? By this time, we should be bombarding ourselves with updates that would equip us in becoming effective. The rate of its prevalence may not be as fast […]

Holidays in the Hospital

Holidays in the Hospital

Celebrating Christmas in the hospital is not what everyone would wish for to Santa. We can never say no, once schedule is finalized. However, among other holidays, I would still opt to work on Christmas day. Well, Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve almost have the same volume of patients and level of toxicity. During Thanksgiving, […]

I Want My Nurse

I Want My Nurse

We have our favorites, and sometimes it is inevitable. Favoritism is technically not wrong because one can better than the other, and it’s a fact. Well, this also happens in the hospital. Some patients preferred to have or talk to their nurses than their doctors. Before, I give you some of the reasons why, let […]

Leukemias Nursing Care Plan

Leukemias Nursing Care Plan

Leukemia is a type of cancer which affects the blood cells. This entails the proliferation of abnormal immature white blood cells. These cells are accumulated in the lymphoid tissues and bone marrow, and when a person have leukemia it reproduce uncontrollably and infiltrate the body tissues and blood vessels. This will eventually lead to malfunction […]

Things that Nurses CAN, but the Doctors CANNOT

Things that Nurses CAN, but the Doctors CANNOT

“They’re just nurse, simply a doctor’s assistant”…a cliché that is nothing new to us. In fact, some patients would treat us as if we are their paid servant. As a professional health care provider, we would usually marginalized such perception and focus more on our patients. However, for the “nth time”, it would also be […]