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Can Fermented Foods And Drinks Boost Your Health?

It’s hard to imagine how food left out to fester could possibly be good for you. But research has shown how some fermented foods contain bacteria that can help preserve the sanctity of what’s referred to as your “gut biome,” or existing colonies of beneficial bacteria, that live in the digestive system.

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New Home Infusion Resources-

Home infusion providers will soon have a host of clinical resources at their fingertips, thanks to the National Home Infusion Association’s plans to move those resources to a web-based application.

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Research on Peripheral IV Infection Risk-

These peripheral intravenous catheters play a critical role in a patient's care, but a small percentage of patients can acquire serious bloodstream infections.

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Becoming a Nurse Entrepreneur-

Each day the options for nurses that want to own their own business grows. Though the potentials are limitless, the following list is just a few of the options you have in starting your own nursing based business.

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Cardiac arrest: a new cutting edge treatment method from Vygon-

A new method of CPR. This video explains how b-card “Boussignac Cardiac Arrest Resuscitation Device” works.

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Nursing Inspiration - I am a Nurse. I am a Leader.-

Nursing is a demanding, high stress profession, let’s take a minute to remind ourselves that what we do is much more than a job. We will present weekly nursing videos, that we hope will revive and inspire your spirit.

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ECG Interpretation For The New Nurse-

One skill that you will develop as a nurse is how to read an electrocardiogram (ECG) strip. If you are working on a telemetry or critical care unit, this will be a skill that is expected for you to understand.

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Cool Water as Effective as Hot for Removing Germs During Handwashing-

"This study may have significant implications towards water energy, since using cold water saves more energy than warm or hot water," said Schaffner. "Also we learned even washing for 10 seconds significantly removed bacteria from the hands."

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Nursing Tips For Administering Amiodarone-

Amiodarone is a medication that we use quite frequently in the ICU. Most of the time it works rather quickly and is our drug of choice when it comes to certain types of heart arrhythmias (meaning abnormal heart rhythms). -

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