• July 12, 2024

Common Medications used in Cardiac Arrest

Cardiac arrest is a life-threatening emergency that demands immediate intervention to restore normal heart rhythm and circulation. The use of cardiac medications plays a critical role in managing cardiac arrest and increasing the chances of survival. This article explores the common cardiac medications used during cardiac arrest and provides nursing implications to ensure safe and…

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Heart conditions from ECG for Clinical Nurses

Identifying specific heart conditions from an electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) reading requires expertise in cardiology and a careful analysis of the ECG waveform patterns. However, there are some common ECG findings that can suggest the presence of certain heart conditions. Here are a few easily recognizable heart conditions based on ECG readings:

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How to write supporting documentation while applying for NHS Jobs?

Have you decided to apply for a N.H.S job? Let it be for post of nurse, sister, manager, csw, matron, site practioner or any thing else. Have you ever been confused about how to write 1500 words of supporting information in your application? Do you know that this is the only piece of information which…

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Staging of Decubitus Ulcer for Nurses

Decubitus ulcers, more commonly known as pressure ulcers or bedsores, are a significant concern in healthcare settings. These wounds develop due to prolonged pressure on specific areas of the body, leading to tissue damage. They are particularly prevalent among individuals with limited mobility, such as those who are bedridden, wheelchair-bound, or suffering from chronic illnesses.…

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C – Reactive Protien (CRP) – What Nurses Need to Know?

C-reactive protein (CRP) is a key marker used in blood tests to assess inflammation in the body. Elevated levels of CRP can indicate a wide range of medical conditions, from infections to chronic diseases, making it a valuable diagnostic tool. This article aims to explore the various reasons for increased C-reactive protein in blood tests,…

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Pathophysiology of Stroke and Medication Management for Nurses

A stroke, also known as a cerebrovascular accident (CVA), is a medical emergency that occurs when there is a disruption in the blood supply to the brain. This disruption can be due to two main mechanisms: ischemic stroke and hemorrhagic stroke. The pathophysiology of stroke differs between these two types, and the medications used in…

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Pathophysiology and medication management of Diabetes for Nurses

Diabetes mellitus, often referred to as diabetes, is a chronic metabolic disorder that affects millions of people worldwide. To comprehend the impact of diabetes and the role of nursing management, it’s crucial to delve into its pathophysiology.

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JIPMER Pondicherry Nursing Officer Recruitment December 2022

Jipmer Pondicherry (under ministry of health and family welfare, Govt of India) is recruiting 433 nursing officers. Central Government Permanent Job. Direct recruitment. More details are given below

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PGIMER Chandigarh 195 Nursing Officer Recruitment Nov 2022

PGIMER Chandigarh invites application for the post of Group B Nursing officer and many other group A, B, C jobs at PGI Satellite Center, Sangrur, Punjab. Central government permanent job. Moreover, starting salary is around 55k (nett salary) and other perks for nursing officers. Direct recruitment. More details are given below.

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RMLIMS Lucknow 431 Sister Grade 2 Vacancy November 2022

Dr.Ram Manohar Lohia Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow (RMLIMS Lucknow) has invited application for 431 post of Sister grade 2 vacancy (staff nurse/nursing officer vacancy). This is a permanent job with starting net salary around 50k/month. More details about this job opening is given below.

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