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Symptoms of a kidney stone and an abdominal aortic aneurysm can be very much alike. One condition is painful and annoying, but the other can be fatal if not treated promptly. So it's vital for nurses to know when and how to assess for a potential aneurysm even if the patient presents with...
Delirium is a common complication frequently seen in hospitalized patients. In this article, we'll help you understand delirium's risk factors and causes, prevention, signs and symptoms, and management options.
In many respects, acute respiratory distress syndrome is still a mystery. Effective treatment eludes us, and the mortality rate remains high. So quickly and accurately identifying signs and symptoms before things get out of hand can mean the difference in your patient's survival. Find out...
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