Hope you had a good week. I just
want to welcome you to our new website: DEARNURSESSERIES.COM. We going to continue to build, so please
bear with us. There is still a lot of work
to be done.
Enjoy our new format!
Are you wondering what happened to:
dearnurses.com, dearnurses.net and
We are in the process of rebuilding them.
In the mean time, enjoy the blog and the dearnurses channel on youtube.
We hope to reopen our websites in the fall.
Have a good week.
Hope your week is going well. I would like
to share with you, topics that would be helpful
to any clinical nurse ( Sessions 7 on youtube):
- securing the trauma scene and the Golden Hour
- epidural vs.subdural bleeding
- intracranial pressure increase and herniation
- basal skull fracture
- trauma prevention
So, click on the link: www.youtube.com/user/dearnurses/videos
Hope you had a good week. Just wanted to share more
helpful topics on our websites. Enjoy learning more
about psychiatric disorders and their treatments:
- depression, suicide ideation,
- types of schizophrenia
So, just click on the link: What is it? ( Dearnurses.net) ( Chapters 11-13 )
and enjoy learning.
WHEN THE BRAIN IS INJURED, WHAT WOULD THE NURSE EXPECT TO FIND?
Hope your week is going well.
I just wanted to share with you
information which might be helpful
when doing an assessment on a
patient with a brain injury. A video
on ICP monitoring is also included.
So, click on the link: ICP monitoring
and enjoy learning.
I hope you had a wonderful holiday.
Now that a new year is here, I would
like to continue to share posts that may
be helpful to your clinical learning.
Here are some of the topics that are
included in this chapter :
- the Braden scale / pressure ulcers
- spinal cord injury
- hip fracture
- management of the patient with hip fracture
and more. So, just click on the link: What is it ? (Chapter 4 ) and enjoy learning.
As the year comes to a close, I just want to wish
you the best for the coming holidays like Thanksgiving,
Christmas and the New Year. My video offers helpful ways
to avoid problems in the clinical setting.
- holiday celebration
- what happens after the party
- poor performance
- salmonella poisoning
- using bad judgement
- no consent signed
So just click on the link and enjoy learning. Sessions 61- Holiday horrors
Happy holidays to all
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