Monthly Archives: February 2017

Misdiagnosis of Schizophrenia & Other Mental Disorders

Abstract: In this article we will examine why clinicians diagnose serious mental illnesses and why misdiagnosis is a common factor in the process. Looking at the definitions of schizophrenia and labelling as an incidence of laziness, misunderstanding, poor training and … Continue reading

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Nurse’s Attitude and Patient’s Recovery

I was on my summer clinical in medical surgical ward. That was my first day of the clinical and I was assigned in Semi private ward. It is expected from a staff nurse to do the head to toe assessment … Continue reading

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An Overview of a Prolactin Blood Test

Prolactin is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland of the body. A pea-sized organ that’s found at the base of the brain, pituitary gland helps in controlling the metabolism, growth and sexual development of the body. Though prolactin is … Continue reading

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Nurses – Be Prepared for On The Job Challenges

Nurses that work like saviors, put in their heart and emotions to standby to their jobs and responsibilities to save lives and cure the infected without compromises or disinterest. Their patient-centric attitude and commitment to serve relentlessly often put them … Continue reading

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Can Nursing Schedules Affect Patient Quality Care?

A recent study revealed that long nursing schedules may significantly contribute to poor patient care. Alertness and attentiveness are important traits, nurses need to have. Nurses are able to report to duty and stay alert and attentive for long hours, … Continue reading

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