Category Archives: Patient Advocacy

How to Get the Most Accurate Readings with a Pulse Oximeter

by Mandy Johnson How to Use a Finger Pulse Oximeter A pulse oximeter is an efficient tool that has helped a lot of medical healthcare teams in terms of patient assessment over the years. This medical device is used to … Continue reading

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Nurse Becomes Patient in Traumatic Gym Injury-Catch this Train & Help Keith Carlson, BSN, RN, NC-BC

Our highly respected and compassionate colleague, Nurse Coach and Author Keith Carlson is recovering from a major traumatic injury.  And he has a long rehab ahead of him.  WE KNOW THIS! Skip the story and jump on the train to … Continue reading

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Brenda Kelleher Inspires What’s Possible. Like Aikido from a Wheelchair!

Please do not let a disability stop you from doing anything because everything is possible.  I have skydived 5 times,  gone scuba diving, and I ski when I have the money. I also play Table tennis and have a gold … Continue reading

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