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Peripartum Cardiomyopathy

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by smatacale - This article covers definition, signs and symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of peripartum/ postpartum cardiomyopathy. It is a subject not often written or talked about, but in honor of National...

50 Random Acts of Kindness for Any Nurse

50 Random Acts of Kindness for Any Nurse

by The Nurse Motivator - Ding dong ditch, winter coats, and daffodils? What do these things have to do with random acts? Random Acts of Kindness Day is February 17th, 2017. Read on for some ideas of how to lean in with...

Nurse Satisfaction comes before Patient Satisfaction

Nurse Satisfaction comes before Patient Satisfaction

by JanineKelbach - This Article is going to review and reference the article titled: Patient Satisfaction Must Start With Nursing Satisfaction. Why do these scores matter? Are you a dissatisfied nurse? How can we make...

Transfusions 101 - Everything you need to know about blood products and administration

Transfusions 101 - Everything you need to know about blood products and administration

by Ashley Hay, BSN, RN - Many patients require transfusions of blood products for acute or chronic issues. Here, we’ll discuss an overview of the products used, possible transfusion related reactions, general administration,...

Nurse Bully, please protect your young – don’t eat them

Nurse Bully, please protect your young – don’t eat them

by marcos9999 - Nurses are divided in two groups. The first is tough skin, and strong willed. The second is sweet, angelical, compassionate and don’t have a mean bone in their body. When group number one gets...

When Nurses Make Fatal Mistakes

When Nurses Make Fatal Mistakes

by Nurse Beth - Jessica's Story Jessica was a young, conscientious nurse in her first year of nursing. Jessica was having a typical busy day on Tele. One of her patients, a middle aged male in Room 4152, was...

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