National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Jan
29

The Nurse’s Role in the Reduction of Pressure Sore Risk

Pressure sores—including both pressure ulcers and bed sores—comprise a substantial obstacle within nursing homes, hospitals, home health, and other settings wherein health services are rendered. Primarily caused due to the reduced blood flow to an area of the body as a result of constant pressure thereupon, the resulting damage can lead to dead tissues as […]

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Jan
03

Insufficient Nursing Staff Directly Correlates with Higher Risks for Patients

The NINR  (which forms part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services) states that the U.S.A is experiencing a shortage of Registered Nurses (RNs) whose affect can be most felt in hospitals where the majority of RNs are employed. In an abstract provided by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCMI), U.S. National […]

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Dec
28

Nurse Researchers Play Vital Role in Nurse Science

Nurse Researchers, as graduate-level professionals holding the MSN (Master of Science in Nursing) degree or higher, play an essential role in the growth and development in the Field of Nursing overall; and more specifically, in the arena of Nurse Science—a field of study that encompasses nursing, science, research, and nursing theory-guided practice.   The National […]

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Sep
28

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND NURSING PROFESSOR TO STUDY CHRONIC PAIN IN TRAUMA PATIENTS SUFFERING FROM LOWER-LEG FRACTURES

Chronic pain is a major issue affecting trauma patients suffering from lower-extremity fractures. Having this type of fracture causes the highest incidence rate of chronic pain, with individuals having the condition to seek frequent medical care compared to trauma patients who don’t develop chronic pain. That’s why a nursing professor from the University of Maryland […]

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