How to Prevent Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia: Learn the Causes, Symptoms, Treatments & At-Home Preventions

Ventilators are life-saving machines that can help deliver much-needed oxygen to patients who have just undergone surgery or are otherwise seriously ill. However, these machines can cause complications in some cases, most specifically a condition called...

10 Benefits of Pediatric Private Duty Nursing

Not all chronically and severely ill patients are older adults. Some are children and babies. Caring for younger patients in a home setting takes special training that highly trained pediatric nurses can provide. Home health care for children and adolescents under the...

How to Become a Pediatric Home Care Nurse

For many people, becoming a nurse is more than a job; it is a calling. For those thinking of becoming a pediatric nurse, the calling may be especially strong. While it takes a special person to become a pediatric nurse, it takes even more special qualities and...

What is Pediatric Care and Why Is it Important?

Similar to how some medical professionals focus on the care of older adults, the other end of the health care spectrum focuses on the health of the youngest individuals in our population. Pediatrics is the field that focuses on the physical, emotional, and social...

How Much Does Medicaid Pay for Home Healthcare?

If you have limited resources to manage various health conditions, you may think that your chances of getting adequate home health care for yourself or a loved one are also limited. The rules can be confusing, but many individuals who have chronic health conditions...

What is a Neurological Disorder?

Neurological disorders are medical problems that are diseases of the central nervous system, including the brain and spinal cord, as well as cranial and peripheral nerves, nerve roots, autonomic nervous system neuromuscular junction, and muscles. Symptoms depend on...

How to Tell the Difference Between Allergies and Colds

For those who suffer from them, allergies are often the bane of their existence. The American Academy of Allergy Asthma & Immunology defines allergies as a chronic condition involving an abnormal reaction to an ordinarily harmless substance. That substance is...

How to Lower Systolic Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is one of the biggest concerns of Americans today. At its simplest, blood pressure is necessary for the human body as it measures the rate and strength at which the heart pumps blood throughout the body. Two numbers make up blood pressure: systolic...

What is the Beginning Sign of a Pressure Sore?

Doubtlessly, you have seen television commercials regarding nursing home abuse. One of the injuries commonly mentioned is bedsores. While these ads make it seem that bedsores only develop through utter neglect, the truth is they can develop rather easily when someone...

What Happens in the First Three Days After a Stroke?

Strokes are sudden and often life-changing emergency medical situations that require immediate attention. Quick treatment can minimize the long-term impacts of strokes, which can become debilitating or life-threatening. Complications during the first three days...
10 Benefits of Pediatric Private Duty Nursing

10 Benefits of Pediatric Private Duty Nursing

Not all chronically and severely ill patients are older adults. Some are children and babies. Caring for younger patients in a home setting takes special training that highly trained pediatric nurses can provide. Home health care for children and adolescents under the...

read more
How to Become a Pediatric Home Care Nurse

How to Become a Pediatric Home Care Nurse

For many people, becoming a nurse is more than a job; it is a calling. For those thinking of becoming a pediatric nurse, the calling may be especially strong. While it takes a special person to become a pediatric nurse, it takes even more special qualities and...

read more
What is Pediatric Care and Why Is it Important?

What is Pediatric Care and Why Is it Important?

Similar to how some medical professionals focus on the care of older adults, the other end of the health care spectrum focuses on the health of the youngest individuals in our population. Pediatrics is the field that focuses on the physical, emotional, and social...

read more
How Much Does Medicaid Pay for Home Healthcare?

How Much Does Medicaid Pay for Home Healthcare?

If you have limited resources to manage various health conditions, you may think that your chances of getting adequate home health care for yourself or a loved one are also limited. The rules can be confusing, but many individuals who have chronic health conditions...

read more
What is a Neurological Disorder?

What is a Neurological Disorder?

Neurological disorders are medical problems that are diseases of the central nervous system, including the brain and spinal cord, as well as cranial and peripheral nerves, nerve roots, autonomic nervous system neuromuscular junction, and muscles. Symptoms depend on...

read more

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