Do C's Really Get Degrees?
What Does PRN Mean?
Why Do Nurses Wear Scrubs?
These seemingly small gestures can make a big difference in uncomfortable situations such as hospitalizations and help bring a sense of normalcy and routine to unprecedented times.
The patient will maintain adequate peripheral perfusion, as evidenced by strong peripheral pulses, warm skin temperature with adequate capillary refill, and the absence of ulcers.
We may think we know what it means to be a "first responder." But do we really know who these people are? What qualifies someone to be recognized as a first responder officially. One big question is,...
Pleural effusion is the accumulation of excess fluid in the lung space, the space between the membrane lining the lungs and the membrane lining the chest wall. Both membranes, the visceral and...
The acronym ADPIE stands for assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation, and evaluation. These five sequential steps provide the framework for patient care that other healthcare professionals...
Head injury involves trauma to the skull leading to temporary or permanent brain damage. There are several different types of traumatic brain injuries (TBIs)