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Pressure sores (bedsores, decubitus or pressure ulcers) are a sign of systematic poor care at medical  facilities  and other long-term care institutions.

The Dirty Secret About Pressure Sores: An Infographic

Pressure sores (bedsores, decubitus or pressure ulcers) are a sign of systematic poor care at medical facilities and other long-term care institutions.

Good info.

Subdural hematoma (SDH) is a collection of blood outside the brain, most often caused by traumatic head injury. This is good to know for Brandin's fracture and hematoma.

This is phenomenal! I wished that I had this during medical biochemistry. ..

the components and functions of the digestive system - link doesn't work

Radiographic Anatomy of the Skeleton: Foot -- Oblique View, Labelled

Radiographic Anatomy of the Skeleton: Foot -- Oblique View, Labelled X Ray

25 prayers for nurses | Scrubs – The Leading Lifestyle Nursing Magazine Featuring Inspirational and Informational Nursing Articles

25 prayers for nurses

Whether you're struggling with a difficult coworker or coping with the death of a patient, there's a prayer for every part of your day.

Donate blood and you get a card with your own blood type to carry for any emergency,  and you get to feel good. - Compatible blood donors and recipients

Blood Types Chart

Donate blood and you get a card with your own blood type to carry for any emergency, and you get to feel good. - Compatible blood donors and recipients

brandi-studies:  The Five Day Study Plan:  Exam season is upon us (actually, exam season has been this entire semester for me, really. I’ve had at least one exam every week since January) so I decided to make a little info graphic on the 5-day study plan.  I hope this is helpful! :)

brandi-studies: “The Five Day Study Plan: Exam season is upon us (actually, exam season has been this entire semester for me, really. I’ve had at least one exam every week since January) so I decided to make a little info graphic on the study.

Let’s face it.  It’s confusing as to when to apply a heat pad or when you should get out the ice pack.  Thankfully, the good folks at the Cleveland Clinic have created this handy dandy chart to help figure out what’s best for each situation. As an example, it suggests to use ice for

This Chart Shows You When To Use Ice Or Heat For Your Pain

It’s confusing as to when to apply a heat pad or when you should get out the ice pack. Thankfully, the good folks at the Cleveland Clinic have created this handy dandy chart to help figure out what’s best for each situation. As an example

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