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Antiphospholipid syndrome is an autoimmune disorder that's characterized by hypercoagulability and/or obstetric morbidity that nurses should understand to better treat their patients.
Treatment of bladder dysfunction involves both your patient and their caregivers. The goal of treatment is to preserve renal function and to maintain continence.
The use of a nursing Boot Camp to provide didactic instruction and hands-on practice of common clinical skills is one component of a comprehensive transition-to-practice program required to empower the nursing workforce.
It's become apparent that burnout and compassion fatigue are commonplace. We must consider new approaches to mitigate the negative effects in the workplace.
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