Category Archives: Patient Assessment

Trauma Patients at Risk for Hypothermia

Click here for your Nurse Exam Online Tutoring needs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_6cuXKX7tE by Charles Bankhead Staff Writer, MedPage Today Trauma-associated hypothermia evolves from a combination of injury severity and potentially modifiable environmental and treatment-related factors, French investigators reported. Higher Revised Trauma Score … Continue reading

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Telemedicine, comment

Healthcare Informatics Resources. (2011, December 18. Telemedicine [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://healthcare-informatics-resources.com/2011/12/18/telemedicine/ There are pros and cons to the telemedicine idea. It is a great concept for those who live to far away from any medical facility to be able … Continue reading

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Identifying National and International Standards to benefit the Health Care Consumer (comment)

My comment regarding Identifying National and International Standards to Benefit the Health Care Consumer. Consumers have to learn about their own conditions, we cannot expect the doctors to know about our conditions when we are being treated at different hospitals,  clinics, and … Continue reading

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Seasonal Allergies, comment

Healthcare Informatics Resources. (2013, May 24). Seasonal Allergies [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://healthcare-informatics-resources.com/2013/04/22/seasonal-allergies/ Seasonal Allergies are a huge problem in our society. Many people suffer from seasonal allergies and every year are looking for something to help them. I believe … Continue reading

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Techniques and Equipment for physical Assessment

As a nurse who’s been working at Critical Care area for long time, I recognized that most of nurses feel the nursing physical assessments has been taken less seriously than other medical professionals’ in the past. But, nurses are extending … Continue reading

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Reasons for learning health assessment

It is very important to be able to learn to perform a very thorough health assessment on each client. There are several reasons that this is a true statement. One reason it is important is to be able to fully … Continue reading

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Head to Toe Examination and Documentation, comment

We are all laughing at the article you wrote Head to Toe Examination and Documentation. We are floor nurses reading this from our break room. Some of us have been here for years. Others are just starting. You described each … Continue reading

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Interviewing to obtain a health history

It is not a secret that it is challenging to obtain health history from elderly patients because of their long health history, and sometimes because of their memory gaps. Most of patients can easily miss a few important facts to … Continue reading

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