Dear Nurses

Thursday, August 27, 2009

HAVE A GOOD WEEK AND ENJOY THE NEW POSTS


Dear nurses,

Have a good week and enjoy my new posts below.
God bless you all.

WHAT ROLE DOES THE PHYSICAL/OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST PLAY


Dear nurses,

Have you ever stopped to consider the role of other Healthcare workers?
The final chapter (Chapter 20 ) The Clinical Setting Step by Step
should be posted soon, hopefully. The role of other healthcare workers will be
discussed in this chapter.
So, stay posted.

MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION-THE FIVE RIGHTS

Dear nurses,

Just to let you know that helpful information on Medication Administration
has been added in a video format. Topics include:
- Injection sites
- PCA Administration
So, just click on the link:
and enjoy learning.

Friday, August 14, 2009

CENTRAL LINE AND IV SITE CARE


Dear nurses,


Would you like to learn more about the use of Central/PICC lines and care of the sites?
Would you like to learn more about IV site care?
Just click on the link:
(Sessions 20)

IV SITE CARE, PREVENTING INFECTION

Dear nurses,
When you do IV site care, do you pay close attention to preventing infection?
Learn more, by clicking on the link: Watch Sessions 20

NURSES, ENJOY YOUR PROFESSION


Dear nurses,

Nursing can be nice, if you understand what to do. Enjoy watching the Clinical videos for nurses that will help you organize your day.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

NEW NURSE - DO YOU KNOW HOW TO ORGANIZE YOUR DAY?


Dear nurses,

Being a new nurse can be challenging. It can however, become easy and undaunting.
But, that only comes with understanding how to organize your day.
Just click on the link:
(Sessions 19) and enjoy learning.

WHAT IS A MRI?


Dear nurses,
Do you know what a MRI is ? Would you know how to prepare
the patient in your care for a MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)?
Learn more, by clicking on the link:
(Chapter 17-Diagnostic Tests).
You may also enjoy watching the Clinical videos for nurses.(Sessions 35, 36 and 37)

Saturday, August 08, 2009

MORE HELPFUL INFORMATION ON EKG READING


Dear nurses,
There is more helpful information on EKG reading , available to you.
Simply click on the link:
You may also enjoy watching the Clinical videos for nurses. Watch Sessions 16, 17 & 18

WHAT IS SINUS ARREST?


Dear nurses,


How much do you know about Sinus arrest? Did you ever know that a
a Myocardial Infarction ( Heart attack) may result in Sinus arrest?
Learn more by clicking on the link:
http://www.dearnurses.com/ekg_series_-_what_is_the_odd_beat
or, also enjoy watching the Clinical videos for nurses. Try Sessions 16 through 18

Friday, August 07, 2009

LEARNING THE BASICS OF EKG READING


Dear nurses,

More helpful information on EKG interpretation (Sessions 18) has been added. Simply click
and enjoy watching the video.

WHAT EXACTLY IS VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA


Dear nurses,
What is VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA?
Even if you do not understand how to read EKGs, it does not hurt to learn the basics. You never know when it might be helpful. Enjoy watching the Clinical videos for nurses.
(Sessions 16, 17 and 18)

NURSES, DO YOU TAKE TIME TO RELAX


Dear nurses,

Try to take time off to relax and enjoy a day out, whenever you can.
Enjoy watching the Clinical videos for nurses
at your leisure.

Wednesday, August 05, 2009

EKG INTERPRETATION MADE EASY


Dear nurses,

You may not know how to read an EKG, but that does not mean you cannot learn.
Simply click on the link:
Topics include:
Atrial Fibrillation and Stroke
Cardioversion
and enjoy learning

EKG INTERPRETATION-WHAT IT MEANS

EKG INTERPRETATION-WHAT IT MEANS
Dear nurses,
You may not know what a Junctional Rhythm is, but that does not mean you cannot learn.
Simply click on the link:
( Sessions 17)
and enjoy learning.

Saturday, August 01, 2009

EKG INTERPRETATION MADE EASY

EKG INTERPRETATION MADE EASY
Dear nurses,
Learning to read an EKG can be as easy as 1, 2, 3 .
To find out more, simply click on the link:
(Sessions 16) and enjoy learning.
Have a good weekend!

LEARNING THE BASICS OF EKG INTERPRETATION


LEARNING THE BASICS OF EKG INTERPRETATION
Dear nurses,
Have you ever felt like learning to read an EKG was too difficult?
Well this does not have to be the case. simply click on the link:
(Sessions 16)
and enjoy learning.