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4.5%-11.5% of home health patients had at least 1 episode of infection while receiving home health care services. In, 2002 a landmark article estimated that 1.2 million infections occur in home health care annually.
Home health associated infections (HAIs) are infections that were neither present nor
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Learn different ways to cope with loss of patients as a nurse or medical professional. We take a close look at 7 different coping mechanisms.
The nursing profession can be elevated by higher degrees of education. Find out why these higher levels may be necessary for patient care.
Check out this article to learn more about PANDAS. The article takes a close look at symptoms, treatment, risk factors, and interesting facts.
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Stress is a natural part of human life. Everyone experiences it at one time or another. Stress is the human body’s way of managing problems.
Learn more about how a good nights rest can help you better manage Diabetes.
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common type of dementia that targets the brain. Ultimately, Alzheimer’s damages a person’s mental ability and can cause symptoms such as memory loss in adults of all ages. Most cases are seen in individuals who are sixty years of