Dear Nurses

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL NURSES

Dear nurses, 

I just want to wish all my fellow nurses a very
Merry Christmas and a Happy New year. It is
obvious that this year is almost at a close and
we look forward to a very bright new year.


Monday, November 10, 2014

HYDRATION VERSUS DEHYDRATION

    
                        Dear nurses,

                        Hope you had a good weekend.
                        I would like to share with you
                        a new video - Sessions 57-
                        Hydration versus dehydration.
                        Topics include:
                        - an overview of hydration
                          versus dehydration
                        - lost in the desert
                        - a long plane flight, deep vein
                          thrombosis
                        - burns , firefighting
                        So, click on the link and enjoy learning
:                       Sessions 57- Hydration vs. Dehydration
                          

Wednesday, October 01, 2014

NURSING FROM OLD TO NEW

       Dear nurses,

        Hope your week is going well. I just want to share with
        you a video, that would be of help to your learning curve.
        Sessions 56 - Nursing from Old to New takes a look
        at the different aspects of Nursing as it has grown as a
        profession.Topics include:
       - Looking at Nursing of Old
       - Antebellum Nursing
       - Hemodynamic Monitoring
       - EKG Reading
       - Code Blue ( Chp.5), Mechanical Ventilation
       - Hemodialysis Nursing
       So, just click on the link:
       Sessions 56 - Nursing from Old to New
        and enjoy learning.

       

Saturday, September 06, 2014

ADVANCEMENTS IN NURSING






There is no denying that the Nursing profession has
come  a long way. We need only look back at the
Florence Nightingale era and can clearly see the
advancements.
ICP Monitoring
- Hemodynamic Monitoring
- Hemodialysis
- ICU Care
These specialties, were once  non-existent, but
 today are commonplace.
Learn more, by clicking on the link:
www.dearnurses.com

Monday, August 18, 2014

WHAT IS ADPIE?



  Dear nurses,

Hope you had a good weekend. Just to let you know there
is helpful information on the care plan and the nursing process 
( ADPIE).
A- assessment
D- diagnosis
P- planning(chp 16)
I- Implementation(chp 1 Maslow's)
E -evaluation.
So, just click on the link and enjoy learning.
Medical Abbreviations-Part 3


Sunday, July 06, 2014

THE NEW NURSE - MEDICAL ABBREVIATIONS - PART 2

      Dear nurses,
    
       Hope you had a good July 4th. I just wanted to let you
       know that I have added another video with medical
       abbreviations.This is of special appeal for the new nurse.
       The clinical scenario involves a surfer who hits his head
       while surfing. He is admitted to the ICU(ch 14) and his MD orders
       include:
       - EVD placement, ICP, and CPP monitoring.
        Learn more about the abbreviations that are likely to
        be used. Click on the link:
        Medical Abbreviations - Part 2

Sunday, June 15, 2014

MEDICAL ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THE CLINICAL SETTING

Medical abbreviations are often used in the
clinical setting. Whether it is used as part of a
doctor's order or as part of a nursing assessment,
it is important to correctly interpret its meaning.
Learn more about this topic, by watching the video:
Medical Abbreviations