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Our thoughts, feelings, and disposition influence other people, not just because people see and read our facial expressions or body language, but because thoughts themselves are energy.
The secrets of successful presentations: reflecting on your
practice, making the most of your individual presenting style,
organizing your thoughts, and finding the right mentor.
A recent stroke, a history of hypertension and renal disease, and a sudden surge in blood pressure alert caregivers to a patient’s hypertensive urgency.
Condensed I.V. reference sheets, cards, and charts save time,
improve accuracy, and make I.V. drug administration less stressful in one surgical/trauma ICU.
With the growing use of cardiac pacemakers, it’s time
to refresh your knowledge of pacemaker basics. This article
describes types of pacemakers, reviews pacemaker codes, and helps you interpret pacemaker rhythm strips.