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How To Care For Patients Suffering From Cardiac Arrest?

When a person suffers from a cardiac arrest, it is too sudden and unexpected and the patient does not get enough time or chance to receive medical attention. It is the most dangerous form of heart attack as the heart suddenly stops working and the blood supply to different body organs is completely cut off. … Continue reading How To Care For Patients Suffering From Cardiac Arrest?

Study Critical Care Nursing Course in Canada

Critical care nursing program in Canada is designed for registered nurses and helps them to improve their knowledge and skills in providing care to the critically ill patients. The theory based knowledge along with simulated practice helps in understanding the subject in depth and proves beneficial in saving lives in times of need. However, before … Continue reading Study Critical Care Nursing Course in Canada

A Brief Guide on Urinary Catheterization Course for Nurses in India

Urinary Catheterization is an invasive procedure of insertion of an indwelling urethral catheter. It is meant to be an intervention used to manage urinary problems such as urinary incontinence and urinary retention. Since the urinary catheterization process is a complicated process, it is the last to be recommended to patients. It is only suggested in cases when all other urinary system management techniques have failed.

Working as a Nurse in the UK: FAQ’s

The United Kingdom (UK) offers many job and career opportunities for overseas or internationally educated nurses. However, when it comes to finding a nursing job in the UK, a lot of questions remain unanswered.

Best NCLEX Books for Nursing Students

Bravo, you have successfully completed your nursing education. Now, you are all geared up to clear the next step i.e. the NCLEX-RN examination. To ace the NCLEX exam, you need to select the right study material. However, with an array of new books hitting the market every day, it can be difficult to choose.

Growing Demand of Gerontological Nurses in Healthcare

In the United States, 14.5% of the population was65 years or older in 2014, which equates toapproximately 46.2 million people. The ‘Baby Boomers’ are entering their retirement years now and people are living longer due to the recent advances made in medical science. As a result, this aging generation will require care and support in their twilight years.