The Importance of Newborn ScreeningToday, every newborn child in the hospital or any health facility is required to undergo newborn screening. This is one way to improve child health in different countries. The screening ...
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10 Most Trusted professions in AU, 4th spot for NursesFrom the Reader’s Digest, here’s the list of the 10 most trusted professions in Australia of 2013. The most trusted professions meant that the professions listed are the ...
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To Become a Surgical TechnologistA surgical technologist job is to ensure that equipment is functioning as well as the operating environment remains sterile and hygienic. They work under the supervision of a surgeon and ...
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Nutrition for our KidsNowadays, children get their nutrition mainly from processed foods, usually from fast foods and other comfort foods. With this, the health of our kids is at risk and so we ...
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Characteristics of a Good Travelling NurseNurses should not pursue a career as a travelling nurse if he/she is only interested on the salary and earnings involved. Also, he/she should not pursue it if ...
Posted Jun 26, 2014, 7:39 PM by RNpedia.com Administration
Being a Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse PractitionerRoles and ResponsibilitiesThe main responsibility of psychiatric nurses involves assessing patients having mental disorders or substance abuse problems to provide therapeutic care suited for the patients. The main role ...
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Imparting Critical Thinking in Nursing StudentsWhat is Critical Thinking?Critical thinking is the process of logical reasoning for a particular task or situation; it is also being able to to make the decision in the ...
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Barriers to Health CareIn the health sector arena, there are some barriers to basic healthcare. The most prominent barriers are financial constraints, language barrier, and inadequate knowledge about the system. Various studies have ...
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Nursing Information System: Its AdvantagesWhat is Nursing Information System?It refers to the application of computer science and information science to manage operations involved in the nursing profession. It has been revealed from various ...
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Nursing Job: Understanding the ElderlyAs the ageing population is significantly increasing, so thus nursing them as a profession is also booming. A lot of nursing homes are in need of nurses that would take ...
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Tips for IELTS ExaminationThe International English Language Testing System, is designed to assess the language ability of candidates who need to study or work where English is the language of communication. Philippine Registered ...
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Erik Erikson’s Theory of Psychosocial DevelopmentAKA Erik Homburger Erikson Born: June 15, 1902
Birthplace: Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Died: May 12, 1994
Location of death: Harwich, MA
Cause of death: unspecified
Race or Ethnicity: White
Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Eight Stages of Childhood
Psychosocial development as articulated by Erik Erikson describes eight
developmental stages through which a healthily developing human should
pass from infancy to late adulthood. In each stage the person confronts,
and hopefully masters, new challenges. Each stage builds on the
successful completion of earlier stages. The challenges of stages not
successfully completed may be expected to reappear as problems in the
Psychosocial Development Stages Summary Stage Basic Conflict Important Events Outcome Infancy (birth to 18 months ...
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MammographyDefinitionMammography is a radiographic technique used to
detect breast cysts or tumors, especially those not palpable on physical
examination. In xeromammography, a specially charged plate records the
radiographic images and transfers them to a special paper. Biopsy of
suspicious areas may be required to confirm malignancy. Although 90% to
95% of malignant breast tumors can be detected by mammography, this test
produces many false positive results. Mammography may follow such
screening procedures as ultrasonography or thermography.
To screen for malignant breast tumors.To investigate breast masses, breast pain, or nipple discharge.To differentiate between benign breast disease and malignant tumors.To monitor patients with breast cancer who are treated with breast-conserving surgery and radiation.
ProcedurePatient Preparation ...
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