Let's dive into the fascinating world of skin. As you may know, the skin is the largest organ system in the body – making up approximately 20% of our body weight. Beyond its protective role, the integ . . .
As nurses, we do what we can to help others heal. When we have family who are sick or injured, we have our heart that is affected as part of that injury – something like a second victim. This feeling . . .
With a historical background shrouded in myth, stigma, and dread, leprosy, also known as Hansen's disease, is a bacterial illness that has recently made headlines in the news. Though mostly eradicated . . .
Pursuing a career in nursing is an enriching and demanding path that calls for unwavering commitment, empathy, and ongoing education. As a new nurse entering the profession, you are about to embark on . . .
As we continue our journey of reviewing fractures, this post will focus on an essential category: complete fractures. These fractures involve a break in the continuity of a bone, and by delving into s . . .
Welcome back to our continuous fracture education series. In this blog post, we shift our focus to incomplete fractures, delving into their methods of injury and common locations. To fully grasp these . . .