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Benefits of Being a Certified Nurses' Aide

26th January 2012
Certified nursing aides are vital team members of any health care group. Normally, they are caring responsible people, who work directly with patients. Their responsibilities might include assessing heart rates, blood pressure rates, respiratory rates as ... Read >
Author: PieterWest

Consider a Career as a Patient Care Technician

16th January 2012
If you genuinely like to help everyday people, a job as a Patient Care Technician (PCT) might actually be the smart one for you. Technicians work in unison with health professionals and nurses to give exceptional care for people in medical centers, office... Read >
Author: Brian Geren

CRNA School Admissions Review - The Cold Hard Facts

14th November 2011
Would you like to know about CRNA School Admissions Review? Do you be prepared to learn more regarding the reputation of John Keith? Or is CRNA School Admissions Scam or genuine product? You will find the answers within this honest review! The field of... Read >
Author: Justine Blake V

The Duties and Responsibilities of a Neonatal Nurse

05th September 2011
Neonatal nursing is defined as the care for newborn infants who are up to 28 days old. This scope of nursing is focused on rendering basic and complex nursing skills to this particular group of the population. Lets find out more about neonatal nursing as... Read >
Author: CNAc

Documentation: Boost efficiencies with the help of ancillary staff

20th April 2011
Every physician should own up to a patient's history of present illness. Ancillary staff such as registered nurses and licensed practical nurses can be handy in documenting the history for an evaluation & management encounter; however not past the ROS... Read >
Author: Erin Lang Masercola

Codingcertification.org Announces Latest Version of Coding Certification Review Blitz

21st March 2011
With the latest version of Coding Certification Review Blitz, preparing for the CPC (Certified Professional Coder) and the CCS-P (Certified Coding Specialist - Physician Based) exams have become less stressful and passing these have become easier to achie... Read >
Author: jenn23morg

CPT Codes 2011: Vaccine Administration with Counseling Code

29th November 2010
You will be able to use medicine series vaccine administration codes on older patients and when a nurse provides the counseling thanks to 2011 CPT codes. Report 90460, +90461 through age 18 As counseling for adolescents can involve as much time as cou... Read >
Author: James Smith

What Does Nursing Entrance Test Include?

22nd November 2010
Nurse applicants have to go through a nursing entrance test (lpn entrance exam) to be eligible to study or get Registered Nurses or Licensed Practical Nurse training. This is the general trend all over the world for all nursing students. This rule is also... Read >
Author: David Alen

Duties of Home Care Providers

14th September 2010
Many people do not understand what home care providers actually do. There are many different types of home care that offer different services related to medical care and supportive services to patients or clients who have limited abilities because of illn... Read >
Author: Tacit Logic

Neonatal Nurse: High Demand And Highly Rewarding

24th August 2010
Studies have repeatedly demonstrated the importance of prenatal and neonatal infant care in the development of healthy babies. In fact, neonatal nurse care is so important that the nursing industry has responded with a specialized nursing focus that conce... Read >
Author: Steven Swihart

CALIFORNIA LICENSE APPLICANTS: AVOIDING THE MOST COMMON REASON FOR DENIAL OF THE LICENSE

19th August 2010
The single most common ground in California for the denial of a license for any of the 800+ occupational categories that must be licensed or credentialed by the State-- including Registered Nurses, Licensed Vocational Nurses, real estate salespersons... Read >
Author: License Advocates Law Group

Issues Facing the Nurses and Nursing Profession

06th August 2010
Nurses are one of the most in-demand health care practitioners in the world. Studies show that the nursing profession exceeds the limit of the human mind and body. For this reason, it is not surprising that the profession is faced with various problems th... Read >
Author: Karen Williams

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

Promoting Independence For The Elderly

17th June 2010
Home nursing services play a critical role in supporting older people to remain independent in their own home. In Melbourne Nursing Services have an important role in assisting families with the care of elderly relatives? Melbourne Nursing Services are av... Read >
Author: myhealthnurse

ICU Nurse Job Description – Close Observation and Extra Care

01st April 2010
Part of Team Usually the ICU nurses would be part of a specialized team in the hospital or clinic that takes care of the patient who are in critical or near fatal conditions. Only highly experienced and proficient registered nurses are made part of th... Read >
Author: michael russell
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