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Cardiology Nursing

News and practice for cardiology nurse specialists



Mobile station to assess pacemakers

Mobile station allows remote assessment of pacemakers

22-Jul-2014

Heart patients in the UK have become the first in the world to use a new mobile station to assess their pacemakers without the need for a nurse, doctor or visit to hospital.

Probiotics 'can aid blood pressure'

Eating probiotic yoghurt 'can aid blood pressure reduction'

22-Jul-2014

Eating probiotics regularly may help lower blood pressure, according to Australian research findings.

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Cardiac arrest equipment to support airway

Cardiac arrest equipment to support airway Subscription Required

Cardiac arrest trolleys should contain all the equipment necessary to deal with an adult cardiac arrest. Nurses must be familiar with and know how to use their contents

How extra nursing notes point to deterioration

How extra nursing notes point to deterioration Subscription Required

When nurses make “optional” notes in a patient’s records, this may indicate that the patient is in danger of deterioration or even death

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Nurses don’t grow on trees: will NICE’s new safe staffing guidelines improve safety?

21-Jul-2014

The second I walked onto the ward I knew something was wrong.

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Vitamin D deficiency linked to high blood pressure

Vitamin D deficiency linked to high blood pressure

“Vitamin D supplements could help high blood pressure,” The Independent reports.

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