Medicine Therapy

Everything a nurse needs to be safe to use high-alert medicines and intravenous fluid therapy.

Emergency Drugs

Emergency Drugs. The nurse must be safe to use high-alert medicines carefully during therapy.

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Fluid Management

Fluid Management.  Fluid therapy should meet the basic physiological needs of the patient, and other ways of losing fluid.

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Blood Specimens

Blood samples are one of the most important ways to diagnose a patient’s condition.

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Hematological. It measures the types and number of cells in the blood, made up of red and white blood cells and platelets.

Basic Metabolic. It measures electrolyte, renal function, endocrine system, liver function, cardiac enzyme in the bloodstream.

Coagulation.  Measure blood clotting ability and may help assess the risk of excessive bleeding or clotting.

Acid–Base Balance. Blood needs a balance between acid and basic components to function properly.

Clinical Urine Tests

Identify the patient's have signs of infection, bleeding and pain in urine. 

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Urine Dipstick

Urine Dipstick. It described gross visual examination of the appearance of urine as being clear, cloudy, turbid, color may change.


Urinalysis.  Microscopic analysis examines urine for red blood cells, white blood cells, cast, bacteria and crystals.

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Available on Feb 20, 2022