Care of cast is an important topic in the musculoskeletal system. This review of the care of cast is explaining the types of casts, how to take care of a patient who has a cast, and interventions. This review is part of the series focused on nurses preparing for the nursing licensing exams including NCLEX-RN, HAAD, MOH, Prometric, and DHA exams.
Do you know Asthma is a common chronic disease worldwide and affects millions of people? Asthma is the most common chronic disease in childhood, affecting many children worldwide. In this article and video, we will be discussing diagnostic tests, medical management and nursing management of a client with exacerbation of asthma. Review of Asthma part II is a continuation to the previous article on review of Asthma part I. This session is part of the review series for nurses preparing for NCLEX-RN, DHA, HAAD, MOH and Prometric exams.
Do you have asthma problem? Do you like to know about asthma symptoms, pathophysiology of asthma, triggers of asthma, and severity of asthma? Asthma is a very common condition that often comes up when you are talking about NCLEX-RN, HAAD, MOH and DHA or any Govt exams for nursing officer in India. This review of Asthma is part of the series for nurses preparing to sit licensing exams which includes NCLEX-RN, HAAD, MOH and DHA. Although the content is mainly focused for nurses, anyone who would like to know about asthma can get a knowledge about Asthma. Let’s continue with the topic.
You must have heard many times about appendicitis, which causes severe pain in the abdomen and is also a very
Do you know regular physical activity is important for physical and mental health and well-being? The World Health Organization has released its new guidelines and recommendations on regular physical activity for people of all ages. This article and the video provides you the key points to keep in mind while planning your exercise regimen.
This article is all about Primary Hyperaldosteronism, also known as Conn’s syndrome which is characterised by hypernatremia, hypokalemia and alkalosis. Hyperaldosteronism is characterised by excessive secretion of aldosterone, which causes increases in sodium reabsorption and loss of potassium and hydrogen ions. Primary hyperaldosteronism is caused by a problem with one or both adrenal glands. The content is for general information but mainly focused on nurses preparing for their licensing exams including NCLEX-RN, DHA, MOH, HAAD and prometric. The nursing management revolves around monitoring the blood pressure and complications related to hypokalemia and providing interventions to managing blood pressure and potassium levels as well as preparing the client for adrenalectomy, if indicated.