Medical-Surgical Nursing Articles

Medical-Surgical Nursing is available for MedSurg Nurses. Here you can network with each other discussing issues that are relevant to Med-Surg Nursing. Medical Surgical nurses work in hospitals, acute care units, home care, and long-term care facilities to provide care for primarily adult patients before and after surgical procedures. They also attend to those who are being treated with medications to manage illness.

A Push for the Return of Team Nursing in Medical –Surgical and Telemetry/Step-down Units

A Push for the Return of Team Nursing in Medical –Surgical and Telemetry/Step-down Units

by Lev <3 - Welcome to the world of team nursing, where two nurses and a nursing assistant share the burden of a larger assignment but have the advantage of teamwork. As a... Read More →

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Tips On How To Be An Extraordinary Med-Surg Nurse

Tips On How To Be An Extraordinary Med-Surg Nurse

by Bugaloo - What are the advantages of being a Med-Surg nurse? Med-Surg nurses develop a broad knowledge base of many different medical diseases and conditions. They are... Read More →

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Medical-Surgical Nursing

Medical-Surgical Nursing

by traumaRUs - Medical-Surgical (med-surg) nursing is the basis of all nursing practice. Back in the day, all nurses were either medical or surgical nurses. There was no... Read More →

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Nurses' Charting (Part 1): Focused Documentation

Nurses' Charting (Part 1): Focused Documentation

by TheCommuter - First and foremost, the medical record is a permanent aggregation of various documents that should furnish a comprehensively accurate picture of a patient's health... Read More →

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LOOOOOK into my eyes!!

LOOOOOK into my eyes!!

by JDougRN - So I was working on a Med/Surg floor- You also need to know that I worked a second job at a different hospital in a maternity unit that was small- So small that it... Read More →

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So Why Do You Do It?

by BeinganRN9 - the day of a typical med/surg nurse. you crack one eye open as the clock next to your bed starts blaring some song about love, loss, or riches; it’s 5:15am. you... Read More →

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