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Nursing Poisoning Emergencies

Poisoning A poison is any substance that can harm t or even death when introduced into the body. Ways of entry of poisonous substance: 1. Ingestion. 2. Inhalation. 3. Absorbed. 4. Injection.

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Soft Tissue Injuries And Nursing Care

The Skin – The Largest Organ in the Body   Functions of the Skin Protects the body from the environment and bacteria, viruses and other harmful organisms Regulates body temperature Contains nerves that sense heat, cold, touch, pressure and pain

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NITROGLYCERIN Lecture Notes

• Indications – Ischemic Chest Pain • Contraindications – BP<100mm Hg – Pt. Has already taken maximum dose of three doses (1.2mg) • Dose –.4mg sublingual • Tablet or Metered-dose Spray –. 4mg Trans-dermal patch – May repeat at 5

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