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Online CNE Courses and IV Therapy

Intravenous Therapy has for years been considered a standard part of modern nursing practice. Although the procedure is popular, IV therapy is still considered an invasive procedure in which the risk for serious complications exists. 147 more words

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CookieCakes Feels Sorry for Herself

I have a summer cold.  No big deal, right?

Hopefully not, but I am immuno-suppressed due to my Remicade treatments, and I’m due for my next treatment on Friday.  286 more words

That's Life

Bag of Bs

Some days I really struggle with fatigue–a nice little gift from my broken thyroid and sluggish adrenal glands. Some days I’m fantastic and have the energy to do a 5-6 mile bike ride around my neighborhood but today wasn’t that kind of day. 283 more words

Living With Hashimoto's

Natural light makes for happier, more alert nurses

Hospital patients seeking the best possible care may be advised to consider the health and well-being of the nurses who look after them. New research suggests nurses who work in natural light have lower blood pressure, are in better moods when they serve patients, and show other signs of improved well-being over nurses who work in artificially lit surroundings with fewer windows. 523 more words

Eulalia Callahan RN



Feeling tired, burned out, tense, and simply stressed out?

Did you know that deficiency of vitamins and minerals will make your stress a lot more intolerable? 299 more words

US nursing supplies boosted by RNs' delayed retirement

Older registered nurses are working longer than in the past, one reason that the nation’s supply of RNs has grown substantially in recent years, according to a new study. 334 more words

Eulalia Callahan RN

Air Embolism - A Brief Look

Air emboli are considered a never event by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Outside of a very particular set of natural occurring situations, the majority of reported Air Emboli occur within hospitals as a result of specific procedures. 143 more words

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