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Nursing Interventions for Acute and Chronic Pain Management

Nursing Interventions for Acute and Chronic Pain Management

What are all the different nursing interventions we can do? It often depends on which kind of pain it is. Is it chronic pain? Is it acute pain? Let’s look at both kinds and the different nursing interventions we can use to manage their pain.

What is the Nursing Diagnosis for Diabetes?

What is the Nursing Diagnoses for Diabetes

Diabetes is one of the most common conditions you will come across as a nurse and carries with it many complications and considerations. When considering nursing diagnoses for diabetes, you must understand and take these complications into account.

What Does It Mean to Blow a Vein?

What Does It Mean to Blog a Vein?

Starting IVs is one of the most exciting skills new nurses learn, and it can also be one of the most difficult. While threading a plastic catheter into a vein may seem straightforward when reading about it in a book, in practice, many things can go wrong or make the process more difficult. You may hear many nurses talk about “blowing a vein” when they were not successful in an IV start. However, what does it mean to blow a vein?

Disability Insurance For Nurses – What It Is & Why You Need It Today

Disability Insurance For Nurses - What It Is & Why You Need It Today

Do you have any disability insurance? You may not be aware, but disability insurance for nurses is an important policy that protects you in case you are unable to work. In this article, we’ll share information about disability protection for nurses and how you can have income protection.

Are Nurse’s Notes Becoming a Lost Art?

Are Nurse's Notes Becoming a Lost Art?

For centuries nurses have been documenting the day to day activities and interventions of their patients. A well-crafted nurses note is a work of art, not only conveying the important information regarding their patient’s health status and response to treatment but also setting a tone and telling “the patient story.”

5 Reasons Why Every Perioperative Nurse Should Attend the AORN Conference

A perioperative nurse impacts patients at their most vulnerable times. For many, surgery is a event in which their medical care can have a life-long impact.

A perioperative nurse impacts patients at some of their most vulnerable times. For many patients, a surgery is a significant life event in which every aspect of their medical care can have a life-long impact. The perioperative nursing specialty is continuously evolving requiring nurses to continually seek information and education of new trends and treatments in surgical care.

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