Monthly Archives: August 2016

Top Ethical Issues in Nursing

Search for Nursing UniformsProduct SearchThis article from Loyola University is very timely and interesting.  Please read the entire article at the source. Nurses today are faced with ethical dilemmas constantly, so much so that most states now require continuing education … Continue reading

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Skills & Perspectives Millennial Nurses Bring to the Job

Search for Nursing UniformsProduct SearchHere’s an article from American Mobile Travel Nursing that looks at the generational differences between baby boomer nurses and the Millennial nurses in a new light.  Here, instead of looking at the difficulties these differences may … Continue reading

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Delirium: Identification, Prevention and Treatment

Search for Nursing UniformsProduct SearchThis article from RN.com is quite informative and addresses a real issue for nurses on the floor.  Delirium in psychiatric patients is very difficult to diagnose.  The nurse must be familiar with the patient’s normal behaviors … Continue reading

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U.S. maternal death rate rising, research statistics say

Search for Nursing UniformsProduct SearchAs nurses, we try to help patients survive life threatening situations.  Who knew that having a baby could be so dangerous and that pregnant women could be so at-risk?  With the U.S. maternal death rate rising, … Continue reading

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Women with common ovary problem may not get recommended tests

Search for Nursing UniformsProduct SearchThis article from Reuters Health is informative but frightening.  We expect our family physicians to be looking out for our overall health.  Women go to their OB/GYN because they trust them to help with common ovary … Continue reading

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Maine has sliced the ranks of nurses who prevent outbreaks, help drug-affected babies

Search for Nursing UniformsProduct SearchThis article is troubling.  At a time when community health and public heath are at the forefront in the news due to illness, viruses,  antibiotic resistant bacteria, as well as the threat of biological terrorism, why … Continue reading

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Five Most Common Questions Liver Transplant Patients Ask

Search for Nursing UniformsProduct SearchSince my daughter is waiting for a liver/kidney transplant, I find that people simply don’t understand what having a dead liver and kidneys is like.  Even the nurses who take care of her during her many … Continue reading

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4 Things You Should Understand About Living with Kidney Disease

Search for Nursing UniformsProduct SearchAs a nurse, I already know some of this about kidney disease.  As a mother of a daughter with ESRD, knowing this is not the same as understanding this.  If you or anyone you love is in … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life of a Wound, Ostomy, Continence and Foot Care Nurse

Search for Nursing UniformsProduct SearchIn my years of practice, even though I was a psychiatric nurse, I have taken care of numerous wounds, ostomies and feet.  My typical patient usually had received little to no medical care or was unable … Continue reading

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Should Nurse Licenses Hold Across States?

Search for Nursing UniformsProduct SearchAs a previous travel nurse, I can speak to this issue as I currently have 3 nursing licenses that I have to renew every two years for a large sum of money.  They were so difficult … Continue reading

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