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This article discusses the reasons why deaf patients might become angry and outlines de-escalation techniques that could be used by nurses when caring for these patients.
Venepuncture is the introduction of a needle into a vein to obtain a blood sample for haematological, biochemical or bacteriological analysis. It is the most common invasive procedure undertaken in hospital. This article provides guidance on the theory and practice of venepuncture.
Introduction Antiepileptic drugs are prescribed to eliminate, minimise and control seizures, while avoiding serious adverse drug reactions. Where possible, epilepsy is controlled by a single drug
Most of us become worried at the mere mention of exams, assessments and assignments. These feelings can be countered if we prepare positively. As learning methods become more flexible it is possible to select courses with the assessment method that suits you best.
This article provides an overview of the knowledge and skills required for peripheral venous cannulation, including anatomy and physiology, psychology, consent, vein selection, device selection, infection control, insertion technique, device securement, sharps’ disposal and the prevention and...
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