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Guide how to get high scores in the medical assistant exams

30th December 2011
A good future is what everyone wants in life. Medical assisting is one of the most flourishing careers within the medical field today. They're key players in the health care team. They're liable for a range of hospital and clinical duties and responsibili... Read >
Author: Clivir Team

Where Do Health Care Administrators Work

28th September 2011
If you are researching health care occupations, you may find yourself asking, "Where do health care administrators work?" The health care field is not going anywhere, as we all know, and in fact, it is one of the fastest growing professional fields in the... Read >
Author: The Sider Group

Advantages Of Teleradiology Within Medical Establishments

01st June 2011
Teleradiology, or the process of transmitting radiological images of patients, hold great importance within medical facilities, and is a beneficial healthcare service. X-ray imaging, CTís, and MRI information are all images that can be transferred to diff... Read >
Author: Binovia Corp.

Dental Amalgamators

16th February 2011
Dental amalgamators make it possible to form amalgam fillings for treating cavities in the teeth. This machine is found in every dentist's treatment room and it is an integral component to patient care. Amalgam fillings have a metallic base containing sma... Read >
Author: Stephen Soos

Nurses: The Ultimate Professionals

17th January 2011
Professionals are individuals who through education have achieved a level of competence in their field and abide by the rules, regulations and standards of the industry in the practice of their business. Beyond this, however, the professional has inner st... Read >
Author: Sally Ryan

The Advantages of Crown Lengthening

02nd September 2010
Crown lengthening is a procedure that involves the removal of gum tissue, bone, or both to make a tooth appear longer. This procedure can be used for aesthetic needs but is also used for tooth restoration. When a tooth needs to be restored, usually a ... Read >
Author: Optimize4you

Why LPN program is the best career choice

24th June 2010
Healthcare graduate students are always in demand and pursuing a healthcare employment is a dream for many people. One qualification specifically, Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), is a superb choice because of a balance between an fascinating job and great... Read >
Author: Willie Gardner

Tips For New Graduates Looking For Nursing Jobs

14th May 2010
As a new nursing graduate you are now ready to enter into the exciting career of nursing. A new grad has several choices to choose from when it comes to nursing jobs. Before you start your search for jobs, there a few thing to consider first. As a new gra... Read >
Author: Karen Williams

Role of A Gerontological Nurse

29th April 2010
Gerontological nursing is gaining more popularity in the field of nursing profession, of late. Moreover, demand for quality nurses in gerontology is more likely to increase in the coming years, thanks to the increasing number of baby boomers in the world ... Read >
Author: ValteJohn

Overworked and Understaffed-Why are Hospitals Failing Patients and Nurses

19th April 2010
Make no mistake about it; a qualified and adequate nursing staff is required by any facility to ensure safe and appropriate patient care.  Unfortunately, hospitals in America are facing a historic nursing shortage that is only going to worsen as baby boo... Read >
Author: Rasansky Law Firm

Medical transcription - New applications

21st December 2009
There is but naught to stop man from creating milestones that takes us a step closer to reducing the amount of work one has to do. With the waves that inventions and innovations are creating today, we can safely quote the famous American Business magnate ... Read >
Author: Sneha Liz

Hospital Workplace Violence - Self Defense Training For Nurses Includes Many Non-Combative Options

21st November 2009
Workplace violence in the healthcare sector has hit an all-time high! Statistics show that, typically, the average nurse is assaulted on the job 1 to 3 times a year and very few facilities have anything more than a "shell" policy to address this probl... Read >
Author: Jeffrey M. Miller

How to scrape an eye

12th November 2009
We are grateful for many things that the internet has brought to us - even breaking through the price barriers for buying glasses online. One of our elder statesmen members of staff approached us recently to discuss how procedures were done differently... Read >
Author: fashionspecsdirect

Patient Communication-Why Nurses are so Important in the Hospital

02nd July 2007
You could ask anyone who has ever had to spend time in a hospital about the importance of nurses. While their answers may vary, the chances are very good you would hear one repeated theme. Nurses are important because they are the ones who know first hand... Read >
Author: Grant Eckert
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