Sunday, September 28, 2008
WHAT DO SAH AND MENINGITIS HAVE IN COMMON
RECEPTIVE AND EXPRESSIVE APHASIA
STROKE SERIES- ASSESSMENT IN THE CLINICAL SETTING.
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BRAIN TEASERS FOR NURSES
For example, the cerebellum is the part of the brain that works on coordination and when it is injured by trauma, a patient may become very unstable on his feet"WOBBLY WALK". To learn more about the brain and its functions, just click on the link:
STROKE SERIES -ASSESSMENT IN THE CLINICAL SETTING.
Friday, September 19, 2008
MAY GOD BLESS YOU, NURSES
HYPOTHERMIA IN THE PACU PATIENT
ANTICOAGULATION THERAPY IN THE PACU
AIRWAY MANAGEMENT OF THE PACU PATIENT
Friday, September 12, 2008
HAVE A GOOD WEEK AND ENJOY LEARNING
BRAIN STEM FUNCTION
EPIDURAL VS. SUBDURAL BLEEDING AND HEMATOMA
An epidural bleed is an arterial bleed, which may occur following fall or other trauma.
The meningeal artery (behind the ear) is known to be a common site.
A subdural bleed, on the other hand, is a venous bleed, and may be either acute
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setting. Regardless of the age or situation , it is necessary to control pain. For more helpful information on this topic, please click on the link: