Journal of Nursing
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Essentials Of Orthopaedic Nurse Care

An orthopaedic nurse is a specialty nurse trained in orthopaedic problems such as fractures and is an expert in neurovascular status monitoring, traction, casting and continuous motion therapy.

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ICU Nursing-Nurse Interventions In Acute Exacerbations Of COPD

Intensive Care Unit (ICU) nursing is commonly referred to as critical care nursing. Critical care nursing deals specifically with the human response to life threatening conditions. Critical care nursing is challenging due to the life-threatening health situations in the ICU.

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Nurse Attitudes And Care For Patients With Sexually Transmitted Diseases

A Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD), also known as Venereal disease (VD), is a disease that is transmitted primarily by sexual contact including vaginal intercourse, oral sex and anal sex. STDs are also transmitted via the needles, birth canal and breast feeding.

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Nurse Care For Schizophrenia Patients

Schizophrenia is a mental illness characterized by perceptional impairments and impairments in expression of reality manifesting as auditory hallucinations, paranoid delusions in the context of significant social or occupational dysfunction (Castle, 1991).

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Why Nurses Should Not Participate In Physician-Assisted Suicide

In case of a physician assisted suicide, a doctor helps a patient to take his or her own life; Euthanasia denotes the intentional termination of a patient's life by a doctor who thinks that death is of benefit to the patient; involuntary euthanasia denotes euthanasia being carried out against the wishes of a competent person.



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