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Learning More about MRSA

Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is an infection caused by strains of staph bacteria that are becoming antibiotic resistant.

A normal MRSA infection often begins with an outlay of small red bumps that are often mistaken for insect bites. 271 more words

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Learning More about MRSA

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) refers to infection caused by a strain of staph bacteria that evolved to survive treatment with common antimicrobials.

A normal MRSA infection often begins with an outlay of small red bumps that are often mistaken for insect bites. 258 more words

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Top News: #Autism

Here are the top read news for #autism:

The most promising areas of autism research:

Researchers have been making tremendous progress in their efforts to understand the causes of… 207 more words

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IV Therapy Review

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Why A Practicing Nurse Should Write Continuing Education

Have you ever thought of writing a continuing education course for other nurses? Do you have practical experience, like writing, and can reference an article? 210 more words

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Looking Into Infiltration and Extravasation

Infiltration and Extravasation are two IV complications that can be difficult to immediately detect and can lead to adverse patient outcomes. The IV Complication referred to as Extravasation is best defined as the accidental administration of a vesicant fluid or solution into the surrounding tissue area. 387 more words

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