Welcome to Dearnurses.net, a Nurse Friendly Clinical Resource. Using the Visual approach to learning, it is made simple and easy.
Bold illustrations are used to facilitate learning. This is not a nursing program nor a curriculum, but simply a helper. It was prepared by a nurse for nurses. The author wanted to share over 3 decades of experience with her fellow nurses, as some may not have the same opportunity to experience the same events. She has a very wide range of experience, which includes ICU, CCU, Trauma, Organ Transplantation, Maternal/Peds, PACU, ER and more.
Click on the links on the left hand side of the page and enjoy learning.
Are you the New Nurse feeling like you are in a storm?
Dearnurses.org is specially designed for the New Nurse.
A smorgasbord of helpful articles, as simple as reading the newspaper.
How to avoid mishaps and much more.
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Everyone is affected by Stress
To learn more , click on the link below:
Pediatric Assessment The Basic Facts Pt 3 Immunization - An Overview, Maslow's Hierarchy, Patient's Needs in Preoperative Area, Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus, Insulin Production, CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation), Airway Management
THE NEW NURSE OVER MORNING COFFEE
Some nurses feel that floating to an unfamiliar area is like "a fish being out of water" Learn more: The New Nurse - Over Morning Coffee - Floating
Visit - What Is It? Chapter 8
TPA (Thrombolytic Plasminogen Activator
Click here to learn more about these topics and more What Is It - Chapter 8
Blood Pressure is measured by an instrument called a
To learn more about this and other Nursing Fundamentals
Follow this link Nursing Fundamentals 1, 2 and 3
Chapter 9 What Is It?
The Nursing Process
PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)
To Learn more click on the link
ARTERIAL BLOOD GAS ANALYSIS (ABG)
Q What is an ABG?
A An ABG simply put is a blood test done to evaluate oxygenation
of the patient having any kind of respiratory problem
To learn more click Patient in Respiratory Distress
THE SPINE AT WORK
The four people in the image above are all using their spines.
Actions such as standing, sitting and bending involve use
of the spine.
To learn more about the Spine and back, click on the link:
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