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Cardiology Nursing

News and practice for cardiology nurse specialists

New heart attack test could ‘significantly reduce burden’ on hospitals


A new test that rules out myocardial infarction could reduce hospital admissions by as much as 40% for patients with chest pain, according to UK researchers.

Spontaneous pre-term delivery linked to increased CVD risk


Women with a pregnancy history of spontaneous pre-term delivery are at higher risk of cardiovascular diseases later in life, according to a study involving five countries in Northern Europe.

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Chest drains are used to release trapped air

Setting up a nurse-led chest drain clinic Subscription Required

Patients with ambulatory chest drains can be discharged home early if supported by review at a nurse-led clinic, patient information and a 24-hour helpline.

Student Nurses: Bedpans and Bandages

A strategy for maintaining student wellbeing Subscription Required

Wellbeing interventions often focus on resolving problems, but a preventative strategy has been developed to help students and others cope more effectively.

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Launching the Nursing Times app: how Emap listened to the frontline


When the idea of launching a Nursing Times app was floated a few months ago I was cautiously excited.

Body clock may have effect on sporting peak performance

Body clock may have effect on sporting peak performance

“Our internal body clock has such a dramatic impact on sporting ability that it could alter the chances of Olympic gold,” BBC News reports.