Public Health and Safety

Public Health and Safety:

This section includes Special education for Public Health and Safety treatment for resource or extraction support. Tests and exam support & Preparations. Health monitoring. Behavior Health management. Classroom amendments.

Perspectives of Nurses in European Countries

A report on the work of Nurses in European Countries trained on domestic markets and those migrating to the “old Europe” countries. The report presents Registered Nurse Forecasting (RN4CAST) research, which aimed to show if there is a difference in the responsibilities and tasks assigned to Nurses in European Countries working in the country of …

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Care of a Mechanically Ventilated Unconscious Patient

Care of a Mechanically Ventilated Unconscious Patient The unconscious patient is a very special patient. Requires to spend a lot of time on it. The nurse must take care of the patient in every dimension, the patient will not say what help he wants from us. That is why we nurses have to recognize all care …

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Supply of Infusion Fluids

Transfusion of infusion fluids is one of the basic therapies used in the hospital. The nurse has its share because as a person performing a medical order, he not only performs intravenous punctures, but also transfuses infusion fluids and keeps their balance. Fluid infusion is carried out on patients who cannot take them by mouth, …

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Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis

Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal dialysis is a renal replacement therapy for chronic renal failure, as are hemodialysis and its variants, and kidney transplantation. All the data presented in the following section are from the book “Diagnosis and treatment of kidney diseases – guidelines, recommendations and standards of conduct”. Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal dialysis (DO) involves the penetration of …

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