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WITH THE development of more diverse workforces in emergency departments (EDs), it is becoming increasingly difficult for patients to identify who is looking after them and to what profession they belong.
A LONDON trust has become the first in the UK to give HIV tests to all patients who are having blood tests in its emergency department (ED).
UPDATED NHS Scotland policies for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in people nearing the end of life are expected to be published this month.
MILITARY NURSES returning from deployment overseas may go through a grieving process and experience ordinary life as ‘trivial’, suggests a US study in the Journal of Advanced Nursing.
PLANS TO publish guidance on safe staffing levels in emergency departments (EDs) have been shelved after weeks of speculation about when or if the guidance will appear.
Chronic venous leg ulceration is a long-term condition commonly associated with lower-limb injecting and chronic venous hypertension caused by collapsed veins, incompetent valves, deep vein thrombosis and reflux. It is not usually a medical emergency, but intravenous (IV) drug users with leg...
THE AUTHOR of this book has been involved in research into Lyme disease since the 1982 discovery of Borrelia burgdorferi , its causative agent.
Pre-registration nurse education emphasises that, when a patient needs a drink, something to eat or a hand to hold, these should be provided promptly. Not in 30 minutes, not in one hour, and certainly not delayed just because there are too few nurses to staff a department adequately.
SINCE ITS first publication this book has been a respected and popular reference source for emergency department clinicians, and the third edition has many new features that aid learning.
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