Dear Nurses

Friday, March 30, 2007

STAY TUNED


UPDATE:-For helpful information on EKG interpretation, simply click on the links:
and enjoy reading.

WHAT IF YOU HAD TO REPLACE ELECTROLYTES


ELECTROLYTE REPLACEMENT IS NOT A GUESSING GAME .IMPROPER ADMINISTRATION MAY BE FATAL .
FOR HELPFUL CLINICAL INFORMATION, PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK:
also enjoy watching the Sessions 24 Clinical videos for nurses.

MR.O. NEEDS ELECTROLYTE REPLACEMENT

FOR MORE HELPFUL INFORMATION ON THIS TOPIC,
PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINKS:http://www.dearnurses.net/
Chap 16 and Clinical videos for nurses. Sessions 24

Saturday, March 24, 2007

WHAT IF YOUR PATIENT IS HAVING A STROKE?

FOR MORE UPDATED AND HELPFUL INFORMATION ON STROKE, CLICK ON THE
Also enjoy watching the Clinical videos for nurses.


WHAT IF YOUR PATIENT IS HAVING A STROKE?


A STROKE MAY BE CAUSED BY CONDITIONS SUCH AS ATRIAL FIBRILLATION. A BLOOD CLOT MAY TRAVEL FROM THE HEART TO THE BRAIN, CAUSING STROKE SYMPTOMS. TO LEARN MORE, CLICK ON THE LINK:

Also enjoy watching the Clinical videos for nurses.(Sessions 25)



WHAT IF A CLOT TRAVELS TO THE BRAIN


FOR MORE UPDATED AND HELPFUL INFORMATION
ON STROKE, CLICK ON THE LINK:
Also enjoy watching the Clinical videos for nurses.

WHAT AM I SUPPOSED TO DO ?


IF YOU ARE HAVING DIFFICULTY UNDERSTANDING HOW TO READ AN EKG. THERE IS A SERIES THAT HAS BEEN MADE SIMPLE JUST FOR YOU. SIMPLY CLICK ON THE LINK:




UNDERSTANDING EKG WAVES


Dear Nurses,
Learning to read an EKG can be easier than you think. You do  not have to be
intimidated by those waves!
FOR MORE HELPFUL INFORMATION, PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK:

ATRIAL FIBRILLATION / ATRIAL FLUTTER


For helpful information on Atrial Fibrillation/Atrial flutter, simply click on the link:
and enjoy reading the Atrial Fibrillation (Case Study) page18.

WHAT IF YOUR PATIENT IS IN ATRIAL FIB ?


For more helpful information on Cardioversion used to treat Atrial Fibrillation,
(Chapter 14-Cardioversion for Atrial Fibrillation) and enjoy reading.
Update:
Hi nurses we like keeping you abreast of some of the latest developments.

WHAT IF YOUR PATIENT HAS CHEST PAIN ?



Dear nurses, if your patient was having chest pain, would you
know how to do an assessment?
Chest pain may be the warning signs of a heart attack
To learn more about chest pain assessment, the clinical setting ,
simply click on the link:
http://www.dearnurses.com/clinical_nursing_videos_called_sessions
and
http://www.dearnurses.com/chest_pain_series_-_master_your_clinical
and enjoy learning.

THE WHAT IF SERIES ( CHEST PAIN )



Dear nurses,
Did you know that chest pain may be a symptom of a cardiac event.
It may be stabbing, it may be sharp, squeezing, it may radiate to the
jaws and shoulders.
Learn more about chest pain assessment:
http://www.dearnurses.com/clinical_nursing_videos_called_sessions
and
http://www.dearnurses.com/chest_pain_series_-_master_your_clinical

Friday, March 16, 2007

EKG WAVES


For more helpful and updated information on EKG INTERPRETATION , click on the link: http://www.dearnurses.com/ and enjoy "EKG SERIES- WHAT IS WRONG WITH THIS EKG"

UNDERSTANDING EKG READING




Dear Nurses,
Did  you know these simple facts about heart. It is a pump which
pumps blood all around the body. The heart has 4 chambers.
There are 2 upper and 2 lower.

It has an electrical system which works to stimulate contraction
of its chambers. The EKG reflects normal or abnormal function
of the electrical system

FOR MORE INORMATION ON EKG READING,
PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK:
http://www.dearnurses.com/ekg_series_-_what_is_wrong_with_this_ekg.

THE" WHAT IF "SERIES

Update-For more helpful information in the clinical setting, simply click on the link:
http://www.dearnurses.net/the_clinical_setting_step_by_step
and enjoy learning.

WHAT IF YOUR PATIENT IS ON A HEPARIN DRIP



Dear Nurses 
Did you know that
a patient on a blood thinner such as heparin may have bleeding 
from the gums, from the dressing site, in the urine? 

FOR MORE HELPFUL INFORMATION , PLEASE CLICK ON:
The Clinical Setting Step by Step chap 16

Sunday, March 11, 2007

ALLERGIC REACTION (BLOOD TRANSFUSION)


( Sessions 11 ) should always be a consideration , even when MD orders, cross-matching
and institution's policies have been done correctly. To learn more about allergic reaction
to blood, simply click on the link:
(Blood Transfusion, Chapter1) and enjoy learning.

Saturday, March 03, 2007

THE VENTRICULAR SYSTEM


THE VENTRICULAR SYSTEM INSIDE YOUR BRAIN IS A FREE-FLOWING SYSTEM. CEREBROSPINAL FLUID WHICH ACTS AS A BUFFER AND CARRIES NUTRIENTS
FLOWS FREELY THROUGH THE VENTRICLES OF YOUR BRAIN.
For more helpful information on this topic, please review the Case Studies on Meningitis and Subarachnoid Hemorrhage. Click on the link:http://www.dearnurses.com/

I AM A NEW NURSE READY FOR NEW CHALLENGES

Nurses,

Nursing is a NOBLE PROFESSION. It should be a joy to care for a patient and see progress, because you were able to share your skills. It is great to do a satisfactory job. I love my profession and I thank God for the ability He gave me, to do a good job for my patients.

Remember patients are in a helpless position because they are sick. They depend on us nurses for good care and support. IT IS MY PLEASURE TO SHARE MY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE WITH MY FELLOW NURSES. FOR THIS REASON, JUST CLICK ON THE LINK:
WWW.DEARNURSES.ORG
http://www.dearnurses.net/.