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Catheter-related bloodstream infections—also known as CR-BSIs—are avoidable, if you know how to implement the interventions that can help prevent them. Learn how these evidence-based strategies can put you in control so that you can save patients' lives.
An attack of acute pancreatitis can leave your patient seriously ill; it can even kill him. In this article, we'll help you understand what happens inside the body when the pancreas is attacked, how pancreatitis is diagnosed, and what you can do to help your patient.
Suppose your patient has edema—indicating that there's enough fluid in his body—but his vital signs and urine output suggest that he's hypovolemic. What's going on? He's experiencing third-spacing, a shifting of fluid into interstitial spaces. Find out what needs...
Patient having trouble taking in enough nutrition by mouth? Then parenteral nutrition may be the way to go. In this article, learn how and when to give parenteral nutrition, how to properly administer different types of solutions, and how to avoid contributing to the risk of complications.
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