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.
HAEMORRHOIDS AND ITS MANAGEMENT - A Short Review. by EBGERE ONYEKA BARNABAS, Rn, BnSc, Rpon in view. Haemorrhoids are swellings containing enlarged blood vessels found inside or around the rectum and anus (Lawrence A. 2018). Haemorrhoid is an abnormal mass of dilated and engorged blood vessels in swollen tissue that occurs internally in the anal … Continue reading Haemorrhoids and Its Management – A Short Review.
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.
The operating room is a dynamic setting in the clinical environment that has it's own unique practices, structure and obstacles. Emotional intelligence, a not too popular concept that describes the connection between emotional energy and action is an element if adequately understood and utilized bestows credibility to professional practices, especially for peri-operative nursing practice. This … Continue reading EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE: A benchmark to surgical conscience.
Asherman's Syndrome: A Challenge To Woman Hood. By Egbere Onyeka Barnabas (RN, BNSC). Asherman's syndrome is a rare acquired uterine disease that causes adhesions (scar tissues) to form in the uterus. The disease may be mild with adhesion occurring in only a small portion of the uterus, or severe when the adhesions are so extensive, … Continue reading Asherman’s Syndrome: A Challenge To Woman Hood.
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)
Today on nursing pharmacology, we will take a quick study at a very interesting drug, Amiodarone, I will try as much as possible to make the notes easy to understand. It is a benzofuran-derived, iodine-rich compound with some structural similarity to thyroxine (T4). Relate these to the reason why you assess for allergic reactions to … Continue reading Nursing Pharmacology Today: Amiodarone – Quick Notes.
PLAY AND CHILD’S DEVELOPMENT By Olaniyi Damilola. R.N, RpdN (in view) Play is what folks see as a thing children get involved in until the stage where they are expected to outgrow it. Just to change your impression of what play is, play is not just a child’s thing but a facet of life experience … Continue reading PLAY AND CHILD’S DEVELOPMENT
CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION AT A GLIMPSE By Ayinla Daniel. Cardiac catheterization is a very important critical care procedure. In this article, I tried to bring out the most vital things to know about this procedure. Cardiac catheterization is an invasive diagnostic procedure, which is done to evaluate cardiac function; pressures and oxygen saturation levels in the … Continue reading Cardiac Catheterization at a Glimpse.