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TechnicianTraining.news - Discussing Michele's EKG/ECG videos that are on YouTube

TechnicianTraining.news – Discussing Michele’s EKG/ECG videos that are on YouTube

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Misdiagnosis in the US (Infographic)

Current calculations have determined that one out of every twenty patients in the U.S. is given a totally inaccurate medical diagnosis. Sadly, these faulty diagnoses can result in permanent injury, death, delayed treatments, increased medical costs, as well as pain and suffering. There are several reasons why a misdiagnosis may occur. Continue reading

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Big Data Creates Big Improvements In Healthcare (Infographic)

By Kristin Hambelton
Over the past couple of decades, big data has made a significant impact on many industries, including financial services, technology, telecommunications, retail, and more. For the healthcare sector in particular, big data is helping to transform the industry, paving the way for a more efficient, effective, and personal approach to care in the future. Continue reading

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The Demographics of Diseases in the US (Infographic)

The Demographics of Diseases in the US
Every country has different statistics in terms of disease and injuries. Throughout the history of the United States, there have always been particularly diverse health problems that affect Americans in different ways. While there are many variations in lifestyle that are reflected in statistics for different states, there are many common factors that affect the lives of all Americans. Learning how these factors can be limited and controlled is one of the most important parts of helping limit diseases in the U.S. Understanding the statistics is also vital, and with collaborative efforts, it can be easy to reduce the severity of many conditions, and limit their prevalence altogether. Continue reading

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A Geographical Look at the Demand for Nurses (Infographic)

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Nurses are an important part of the medical workforce. They provide crucial supplementary services and are primary caregivers in a lot of industries. As such, the demand for nurses is high, though there are variations according to different states. As the country’s population and access to medicine continues to grow, the demand for nurses does as well.

To learn more about the demand of nurses in the U.S., take a look at the infographic below created by Adventist University of Health Sciences Online RN to BSN program Continue reading

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America, We’ve Got A Problem: Prescription Drug Abuse And Addiction (Infographic)

Treatment for Prescription Drug Abuse and Addiction
Prescription drug abuse and addiction is becoming a more common form of substance abuse due to the easy availability of pharmaceuticals from physicians. In most cases of prescription drug abuse, the user was prescribed medication for a temporary or long-term medical condition. Occasionally, individuals begin to use a family member or friend’s medication, leading to steadily needing more of the drug to keep feeling its physical and mental effects. Continue reading

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Popular Code Drugs and Emergency Medications

There are about five code drugs that you need to know as a health professional. If you work in the hospital, procedure area, or a member of an emergency response team, these are the drugs that you have to have readily available and know when to use, how much to give, and how to give. Continue reading

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Leadership And Hierarchy In Hospitals (Infographic)

Strong management is an absolute must in order to have a hospital running efficiently. Hospitals that are managed well will be able to treat their patients better, and improve just about all facets of their operation.

When looking at the background of professionals on hospital boards, 31% will have held their position for over ten years, while 45% will have held their position for four years or less, with 10% holding onto their position for less than a year. Of these professionals, the top educational disciplines will revolve around nursing, business, health care administration, communications, and marketing. All of these positions can provide something unique and different to the table, allowing them to create a more diverse and powerful hospital environment for people to work with. Continue reading

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What They Don’t Teach You In Nursing School (Infographic)

What They Don't Teach You In Nursing School
Source: Accelerated-Nursing.net

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America’s Health (Dis)Advantage (Infographic)

America's Health Disadvantage
Image source: www.bestmasterofscienceinnursing.com

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