Welcome to Episode 31

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News

Nursing Quality Measured by Compassion of Care

Neonatal Nurse Shortage

Nursing Faculty Troubled

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Tip of the Week — Pressure Ulcers

NIH Medline Links Page for Pressure Ulcers

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National Treatment Guidelines Study Link

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One Response to Pressure Ulcers and Episode 31

  1. […] Pressure Ulcers on the Nursing Show Posted on June 21, 2008 by podmedic Pressure ulcers are a big problem for patients who can not easily move themselves like those who are paralyzed or have had recent surgeries. This week’s episode of the Nursing Show podcast for nurses and students looks at the causes, risk factors and methods for staging pressure ulcers. You can listen to the episode via the link below or visit the show’s notes page here. […]

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