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Learn more about Drug Test Kits

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There are several drug test kits available in the Canadian market. The most important thing that must be put into consideration when using the kits is their safety.  You are supposed to understand the real reasons why you are buying them and when to use them. Avoid cheap knock-offs sold in stores or on-line that do not meet any set safety standards. ... Read More »

What You Need to Know About First Aid Herbs

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There are a wide range of first aid herbs that can be kept at home in your natural first aid kit. The herbs play a great role in treating irritations or minor injuries that occur at home. Things like minor burns, insect bites, sunburns, low grade fevers and others can be treated effectively using the herbs. The most important thing ... Read More »

Infusion Nursing Certification Process

Nurses with experience in infusion therapy can expand their career by undertaking infusion nursing certification. Eligible nurses with infusion nursing experience get certification by passing CRNI exam. [youtube url=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KsCzB2wG824″ width=”220″] Requirements to get infusion nursing certification It is good to note that not all nurses can get infusion nursing certification. First, it is only approved and licensed nurses that qualify. ... Read More »

What You Need To Know About ACLS Certification

Do you know what ACLS Certification is all about? Many people do suffer from serious health problems that require immediate attention or health care. This will ensure that they live longer and improve their health conditions. Cardiac arrest is one of the serious health conditions that requires the use of advanced cardiac life support (ACLS). Cardiac arrest is the most ... Read More »

Osteomyelitis: Management, Causes and Symptoms

Osteomyelitis

A rare but serious condition, osteomyelitis is infection of the bone that is frequently caused by bacteria but may also be caused by fungi and other germs. Osteomyelitis is the infection of the bone, a fairly rare but serious condition. It is frequently caused by bacteria but it is also known to have been caused by fungi and other germs. Osteomyelitis ... Read More »

Joint Pain: Signs, Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

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Joint pain refers to pain or discomfort to a person’s joint due to injury, infection or inflammation. A person with joint pain may experience joint redness, joint swelling, joint warmth, joint deformity and joint stiffness. Treatment for joint pain often depends on the cause of the pain. Treatment options may include rest, warm compresses, elevation, stretching exercises, physical therapy, weight ... Read More »

Shoulder separation

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Shoulder separation, also known as shoulder A-C separation, is a condition which involves damage to the acromioclavicular ligament. The ligament connects the acromion of the scapula to the clavicle and holds them together. When a direct force is applied to a person’s shoulder, he may suffer from a shoulder separation. Common causes of shoulder separation include falls, accidents and sports ... Read More »

What to do with a finger dislocation?

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A finger dislocation refers to an incorrect alignment of the bones of the finger caused due to physical trauma. Certain injures may damage or tear the ligaments that are around the joints of the fingers, thus causing the bones to part and displace in an abnormal arrangement. In case of finger dislocations, the digits are often swollen, painful and deformed. ... Read More »

INTRODUCTION TO BURNS

Burns are injury to the skin and deeper tissues caused by hot liquids, flames, radiant heat, direct contact with hot solids, caustic chemicals, electricity, or electromagnetic (nuclear) radiation. Skin exposed to temperatures as low as 120°F is burned after about 5 minutes. BURNS FACTS AND FIGURES A burn involves the destruction of skin cells, and sometimes the underlying structures of ... Read More »

First Aid for Gastric Problems

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A gastric problem refers to abdominal discomfort or pain in the abdomen or the organs of the upper abdomen. Most cases of gastric problems exhibit minor symptoms however; many people experience severe pain and thus, require medical advice. The upper abdomen includes the organs starting from below the rib cage to the navel–such as the oesophagus the stomach, gall bladder, pancreas and ... Read More »

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