ogugua belonwu five credits in science subjects like English, mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology before you purchase a nursing form to any school of nursing of your choice. thanks. 0007 May 2012
ogugua belonwuMalaria I had a malaria attack recently after less than one month of taking drugs.
I was discussing with a friend and he said that the malaria will keep re-occuring cos it now inhabits in the liver.
Please , i need some medical explanation to this. Does it mean i will keep taking malaria drugs. Can't the malaria clear from the liver entirely?13 October 2010Comment
anthony onwugbaramuko malaria parasites (plasmodium) didn't start inhabiting the liver today. it runs cycles of different stages in man and mosquitoes. the most resistant form of the malaria parasite is plasmodium falciparum which can stay for as long as 72 hrs before entering the blood stream after infiltrating the liver; this is why medical researchers advocate for use... Read All 0027 February 2012
queency alfredWho is a Nurse Practitioner A nurse practitioner (NP) is a registered nurse (RN) who has completed advanced education (a minimum of a master's degree) and training in the diagnosis and management of common medical conditions, including chronic illnesses. Nurse practitioners provide a broad range of health care services. They provide some of the same care provided by physicians... Read All07 October 2010Comment
queency alfredDifferent types of Nurses The formal classification for nurses differs from country to country. In the United States, nurses can be broadly classified as licensed practical nurses (LPNs), registered nurses (RNs), and advanced practice nurses (APNs). LPNs usually have 18 months to two years of training and must pass state or national boards to renew their license. These nurses... Read All07 October 2010Comment
queency alfredWhat do Nurses do? A nurse is a healthcare professional who is focused on caring for individuals, families, and communities, ensuring that they attain, maintain, or recover optimal health and functioning. Nurses are capable of assessing, planning, implementing, and evaluating care independently of physicians, and they provide support from basic triage to emergency surgery.
Nurses... Read All07 October 2010Comment