Nursing Care

Nursing e Magazines
Nursing e Magazines
Duke Nursing magazine is published twice a year by the Duke University School of Nursing Alumni Association, and each issue contains news and notes from your classmates and other alumni. We are interested in remembrances and stories about your time at the School of Nursing, as well as anything you think…
Nursing a Grudge Say
Nursing a Grudge Say
The nine Salt Lake Community College nursing instructors who gathered in the American Federation of Teachers union hall in Midvale in December were not there for the free coffee. For nearly all of those at the table, the preceding four months had led them to either retire early or quit. This exodus now…
Nursing Brain
Nursing Brain
Punch List # 1 | Generic Index Card Binder | 4 x 6 Punch List # 2 | Oxford® Index Card Guides | 4 x 6 Punch List # 3 | Oxford® Index Cards | 4 x 6 | White Ruled Punch List # 4 | Generic Single Hole Punch | For Card Guides My brain book contains 1. Commonly used medications on my unit (given by…
Nursing a Newborn Puppy
Nursing a Newborn Puppy
During the first few weeks of life, a puppy’s primary activities are feeding, keeping warm and developing social skills. In most cases, humans will simply watch the mother dog provide all necessary care for her puppies. However, if the puppy in your care has been separated from his mother, or if the…
Nursing 5 Vital Signs
Nursing 5 Vital Signs
In this lesson, you will learn about vital signs. Included will be an example, the definition of vital signs and the processes of taking vital signs. Also, a quiz is provided to assist you with this lesson. Example and Definition A nurse working at a clinic walks into the exam room and finds a person…
Nursing v Formula
Nursing v Formula
Nursing can be a wonderful experience for both mother and baby. It provides ideal nourishment and a special bonding experience that many mothers cherish. Here are some of the many benefits of breastfeeding: Fighting infections and other conditions. Breastfed babies have fewer infections and hospitalizations…
Nursing Care Plan for Constipation
Nursing Care Plan for Constipation
By · Constipation, costiveness, or irregularity , is a condition of the digestive system in which a person experiences hard feces that are difficult to expel. This usually happens because the colon absorbs too much water from the food. If the food moves through the gastro-intestinal tract too slowly…