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Nurses on Immunizations

Nurses on Immunizations

Now that you are a registered nurse, you are ready to face the real world of giving quality nursing care. Aside from acquiring the much coveted duty uniform, shoes and apparel, you might be thinking how you can be protected while at work. Whether you are working with pay or not, it is of essential...
Anatomy and Physiology - The Urinary System

Anatomy and Physiology – The Urinary System

Humans have the capacity to excrete toxins. For instance, the urinary system is major excretory system of the body. It helps in homeostasis specifically in electrolyte balance, fluid balance and acid-base balance. All by products of chemicals and food as well as preservatives may pass the kidney and be excreted in a form of urine....
Nursing Procedure: How to Give Intramuscular Injection?

Nursing Procedure: How to Give Intramuscular Injection?

Intramuscular (IM) injection is a type of venipuncture that is given into the central area of a certain muscle to distribute medication to the cardiovascular system by allowing it to be absorbed into the bloodstream at a faster rate and at a larger volume than an oral or intravenous medication would allow. It is sometimes...
Dementia Nursing Care Plan - Self Care Deficit

Dementia Nursing Care Plan – Self Care Deficit

Dementia described as cognitive impairment that commonly happens in senile people. But according to Shives (2008), it is characterized by impairment not only of cognition but also of judgement, orientation, memory, and attention or JOMAC. It is a debilitating disease which affects a person by either a slow, gradual deterioration or at times, rapid deterioration...
Ineffective Airway Clearance-Nursing Care Plan for COPD

Ineffective Airway Clearance-Nursing Care Plan for COPD

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease – COPD can come in many names like chronic obstructive airway disease, chronic obstructive lung disease or chronic bronchitis. This is one of the most common lung diseases that are encountered by nursing personnel.There are two forms of COPD; one for instance is composed of long-term occurrence of productive cough which...
Family Nursing Care Plan

Family Nursing Care Plan

In community health nursing, the family will be the considered as a client aside from individual clients in the family. Family Nursing Care Plan is defined as a guide or framework of nursing care designed to provide ways in solving health related problems of the family as a whole. The nursing process is still implemented...
Charting for Nurses

Charting for Nurses

The Nursing profession involves legalities when it comes to caring clients in all groups. These legal issues can only straighten when there is accurate documentation. The common term used in the field of nursing when it comes to documentation is charting. Though nurses may fill up many forms in each working day, the most integral...
Dementia Nursing Management

Dementia Nursing Management

Our role in dealing clients with dementia does not differ from our usual routine in the provision of nursing care, except for the fact that we need to value the memories that once have shaped their life. Dementia is a slow, progressive disease which is accompanied by several impairments including the cognitive, behavioural, and psychiatric...
Nurses Code of Ethics

Nurses Code of Ethics

As a service-oriented profession, nursing should have a foundation of ethical principles in delivering nursing care to clients throughout the lifespan. As a profession of nursing evolved, more and more ethical concerns were made. The view of code of ethics of nurses were broad enough that each country recognizing the practice of nursing has its...
COPAR - Community Organizing Participatory Action Research

COPAR – Community Organizing Participatory Action Research

It is simply defined as a continuous and sustained process of educating, organizing, and mobilizing people through community participation, action, and research. It is otherwise known as a method of people empowerment and community development through guiding them build and manage an effective organization utilizing community resources for health care mobilization and ensuring that they...
Pre-Board Examination for June & July 2012 NLE

Pre-Board Examination for June & July 2012 NLE

This type of examination is a multiple choice type of examination. Any similarity of the questions on the previous or present board examination is not an intention of the writer since the resources were purely for book references as well as from clinical experience that requires good critical skills and application of nursing process. The examination...
Dengue Fever Nursing Care Plan-High Risk for Fluid Volume Deficit

Dengue Fever Nursing Care Plan-High Risk for Fluid Volume Deficit

Dengue fever cases keeps on rising nowadays. It is an essential tool to take a look in a nursing care plan designed for patients with dengue fever. Dengue fever otherwise known as breakbone fever is a type of disease that is very rampant in tropical countries such as the Philippines.It is infectious in a sense...
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