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Disorders - Overview
Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) is at least two, separate disorders that cause inflammation (redness and swelling) and ulceration (sores) of the small and large intestines. These two disorders are called ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease. Although they share some similarities, there are key differences between the two. View and share the CDHF's UC vs Crohn's #infographic for a quick reference to their differences #Crohns #UlcerativeColitis #IBD
Explaining MRSA to Your Patient
With every single shift that I work;, there is at least one patient that is on something called contact isolation precautions for MRSA(methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus). What is that and why is that necessary, you ask? Because antibiotics were overprescribed for years, organisms developed that are resistant to the antibiotics that used to work on them. This is why your doctor tells you to make sure you take all of your antibiotics, as prescribed, and not to stop taking them even…
Ever developed painful swelling in your arm or leg you as a result of a sporting injury? Now think about how inconvenient and frustrating it was to move around that limb during recovery. Not a fun memory to recall on… right? Unfortunately, agonizing and uncomfortable swelling of the arms and legs isn’t just caused by an accidental injury for some, and unlike that swollen knee injury, it is often not centralized in just one area on the body. Learn more about Lymphedema.
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