Basic Life Support (BLS) is a level of medical care which is administered to patients until the patient receives specialized medical care. It is a first aid measure provided by an individual to someone who suddenly loses consciousness and stops breathing. It is mandatory for nurses
Are you a young nursing graduate who is looking for a suitable international career? Most of the medical science graduates have the primary aim of becoming health specialists in a specific field. The nursing profession provides many opportunities fro young students – both professionally and personally. In fact, the job of a doctor would be incomplete without the help provided by the nurses.
Cardiovascular disease or CVD kills more than 17 million people every year. The causes could be plenty - unhealthy lifestyle choices, poor diet, obesity, lack of adequate physical exercise and so on. But we have all the reasons to be optimistic due to two major reasons
Canada is a beautiful country in North America and attracts a lot of tourists every year. It is the second largest nation in the world area wise and shares the world’s longest border with the US. Canada also attracts a lot of international students who want to pursue courses offered by the Canadian universities.
Nurses have always been on the front lines of the “healthcare battlefield”, more so than any other medical professional. They are the ones who are in touch with the patients and their families. They are the ones who are holding the pulse of the healthcare system on a day to day basis with their commitment and dedication.
Companies around the world are increasingly investing in the global market. Naturally, the preference for employees who have the required skill set is constantly growing. Be it business, aviation or medicine, succeeding in any competitive arena today depends on how well versed the professionals are in terms of global perspectives. The latter only comes with world-class education and training.
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