Dear Nurses

Friday, May 25, 2007

HAVE A GOOD MEMORIAL DAY


Hi nurses,


Have a great Memorial Day!

WHAT IF YOU WERE LINDA


Hi guys,

Hope you had a good week. Read about Linda who loved to work overtime. Would love to hear your comments. This story continues below. For helpful information in the Clinical Setting
enjoy visiting this site.

LINDA CANNOT GO ON

This story continues below.
Please visit :http://www.dearnurses.net/the_clinical_setting_step_by_step
for more helpful clinical information.

WHY LINDA WHY ?

This story continues below. The Clinical Setting Step by Step is packed with Clinical information. Enjoy reading.

CARE ABOUT YOUR COWORKERS

This story continues below. Enjoy more Clinical issues by visiting:
http://www.dearnurses.net/the_clinical_setting_step_by_step


HAVE A HEART FOR OTHERS

Nurses, you can enjoy reading more information about The Clinical Setting.

Saturday, May 19, 2007

HAVE A GREAT WEEK

Enjoy learning more about Assessment from Head to Toe 1, 2 and 3.

HOPE YOU HAD A GOOD WEEK


Hi guys,


Hope you had a good week.

A CHF CASE STUDY

A patient in Congestive Heart Failure may become very anxious. Cardiac assessment, lab values and EKGs are all part of the management. Mechanical ventilation Chapter 8)may be necessary. For the complete CHF Case study, just click on the link:

http://dearnurses.com/congestive_heart_failure_chf_case_study


  



CHF CAUSES SHORTNESS OF BREATH


To learn more about Congestive Heart failure (CHF) and Myocardial Infarction(heart attack), simply click on the link:http://www.dearnurses.com/home

CHF IS RESOLVED


For the CHF( Congestive Heart Failure) Case Study, simply click on the link:http://www.dearnurses.com/congestive_heart_failure_chf_case_study
and enjoy learning.

WHAT HAPPENS IN CHF


Damage to the heart like Myocardial Infarction may cause CHF.
The EKG will show changes.Enjoy reading and learning more about CHF.
Simply click on the link:

CLINICAL ASSESSMENT OF CHF


To learn more about Congestive Heart Failure(CHF), simply click on the link:
and enjoy learning.

Saturday, May 12, 2007

HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY

Happy mother's day to all moms and enjoy learning more about the Clinical Setting.

WHAT IF YOUR PATIENT HAD AN ILEUS

This story is continued below. There is a lot more to learn more about
 the Clinical Setting.(chapters 9 & 16)
Enjoy reading.

PARALYTIC ILEUS


This story is continued below. There is a lot more to learn more about the Clinical Setting.
Enjoy reading or watching the video:
( Sessions 11)

PARALYTIC ILEUS RESOLVED

FOLLOWING MD ORDERS, ALICE'S PARALYTIC ILEUS RESOLVED IN A FEW DAYS.
This story is continued below. To learn more about Paralytic Ileus, please watch the video:
http://www.dearnurses.com/clinical_nursing_videos_called_sessions
( Sessions 11)
There is a lot more to learn more about the Clinical Setting.(chapters 9 & 16)
Enjoy reading.

Saturday, May 05, 2007

HOW GOOD ARE YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE TECHNIQUES?

Nurses,

Regardless of how long we have been nurses, there is always something more we can learn about the Clinical Setting.
Also for more on blood pressure click on the link: Nursing fundamentals 1, 2, and 3
Enjoy reading.

WHAT IF YOUR PATIENT IS IN ARDS (Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome)?


To learn more about ARDS (Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome) and how to recognize it in the clinical setting, simply click on the link:
(Chapters 5 and 14 )and enjoy reading.

TOM IS CARED FOR IN ICU - ARDS


To learn more about the treatment of ARDS in the ICU setting, simply click on the link:
Chapter 14 (A Day in the ICU) and enjoy reading.

LUNGS IN ARDS (Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome)



Lungs become stiff and difficult to ventilate.
Chest X- Ray will help to confirm diagnosis.
To learn more about ARDS
(Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome)
in the Clinical Setting, simply click on the link:
Chapter 14 (A day in the ICU) and enjoy reading.

TOM RECOVERS FROM ARDS

Recovery from ARDS may be a long and complicated process. Mechanical ventilation,(video Sessions 44)
sedation, NMB and Respiratory treatments are generally used in the ICU care of these patients.
To learn more about this topic, simply click on the link:
http://www.dearnurses.net/the_clinical_setting_step_by_step
Chapter 14(( A day in the ICU) and enjoy reading.