Caring for individuals with sickle cell disease

Nurses play a pivotal role in ensuring optimal care.  Takeaways: Sickle cell disease is an inherited chronic condition that affects nearly every system in the body. Early recognition…

Central vascular access device complications:

The nurse’s role at each point of care Takeaways: Central vascular access devices (CVADs) can be essential to accomplishing patient therapeutic regimens. Nurses must be able to recognize…
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Recognizing complications in the oncology patient

Quick response includes paying attention to the details. Takeaways: Rapid assessment is key to identifying early complications in the oncology patient. Sense of urgency for early intervention is…

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