d!gger 3,759 Views
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But that is his choice isnt? I'm sure he doesnt have to work in ER nor in hospital since he has his own private practice.
I think you have to walk a mile in another man's moccasins before making that judgment. From my observations, doctors work very long, hard hours.
the first thing you should be doing to understand this diagnosis is to start by looking at the nanda information about it from the taxonomy. nanda provides you with the information you need to know. this information will be in a nursing diagnosis reference book or possibly a care plan book. it is posted right below the title of the diagnosis on this webpage: [color=#3366ff]impaired gas exchange. the definition of the diagnosis is the true problem that describes it: excess or deficit in oxygenation and/or carbon dioxide elimination at the alveolar-capillary membrane (pg. 94, nanda-i nursing diagnoses: definitions & classification 2007-2008). that means the problem is meant to be dealing with situations occurring in the alveoli of the lung. recall from anatomy that the alveoli are the terminal elastic, thin-walled air sacs of the lungs surrounded by tiny capillaries which is where carbon dioxide and oxygen are actually exchanged during respiration. if you look further at the nanda information for this diagnosis you will find that there are only two related factors, or causes, for this situation to occur. they are
Is anyone else tired of hearing in the news that Registered Nurses are in high demand? In light of what I am reading here that simply does not appear to be the case. What I am reading on this forum is new grads unable to find jobs, hiring and wage freezes and hospital closings. Why does the news keep trumpeting that healthcare is recession proof?
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