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Diane Culverhouse




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  • Comment on: Could we learn something from the US about nursing excellence?

    Diane Culverhouse's comment 6 May, 2017 8:17 pm

    Nursing has been effected by tick boxes and and trying to place,
    Patients in. Category.Learnt with nursing process and used individual patient care.
    Nurses in England now have developed American style nursing.
    More time on computer less with patients .Not always respected for experience.Feel check list is more to do with being sued then patient care.

  • Comment on: Don’t be a dipstick with antibiotics

    Diane Culverhouse's comment 6 May, 2017 7:41 pm

    Some one with acute urinary infection may need antibiotics
    Most people with catheter in dwelling or intermittent
    Will not have cloudy urine.
    I think each patient is an individual and if there is signs of a urine infection it should be treated.
    Spinal injury patient could be seriously ill with dysreflexia ,and have
    Seen many children with scarring fon there kidneys from infections not treated .sepsis is also a worry.