Let's say this is the second part of an article I published over a year ago on Care City Blog, entitled; What You Need To Know About Cardiothoracic Critical Care Nursing. In that article, I was able to spell out briefly who a Cardiothoracic Critical Care Nurse is (In the Nigerian context). I talked about training modalities, education & … Continue reading Cardiothoracic Critical Care Nursing And Intensive Care Nursing In Nigeria: Similarities, Differences & Opportunities | Care City Career Series
"In Critical Care, Kidneys have stopped working, hearts are failing, lungs have collapsed, brains are shutting down, intestines have stopped moving, livers are tired, phew, it is a cocktail of organ/physiological failures here and there. You may be too busy trying to repair the lungs, and your attention has been taken away from the kidneys that have shut down for two hours, and then you have to return to trying to salvage the kidneys, and then the brain starts to sleep - Critical, I must tell you!"
As a healthcare professional, your conduct around unconscious and dying patients, speaks a lot about who you are.
Innovation at its best. Intrinsic remote haemodynamic monitoring of heart pressures.
Drug dosage calculation is a vital aspect of clinical practice.
Catheter Atrial Septostomy For Transposition of Great Artery | Clinical Notes. By, Ayinla Daniel. Rn, Rctn. This brief clinical note contains basic Information about TGA (Transposition of Great Arteries), it will give you an idea and make you understand the foundational principles of it's pathophysiology. Brief Anatomy & Physiology of The Great Blood Vessels. The … Continue reading Catheter Atrial Septostomy For Transposition of Great Artery | Short Clinical Notes | 2 minutes read.
Clinical notes on Care City is designed to keep nursing/medical professionals abreast with basic, popular and important nursing/medical concepts, with a slight concentration on critical care and cardiology.
You are surprised to hear that sitting is the new smoking! Yes it is, so the earlier you stop sitting and start getting active, the better it is for your heart.
Understanding The Frank - starling law of the heart By Ayinla Daniel Rn, Rctn (in view) The Frank-Starling law, a very vital physiological law that every serious -minded nursing/medical practitioner should be familiar with. This law explains the physiological relationship between the contractility of the heart muscles and the stroke volume. Brief History In the … Continue reading Understanding The Frank-starling law of the heart By Ayinla Daniel Rn, Rctn (in view)