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Anatomical Terms

Anatomical Terms

 

One of the hardest things to become used to.  When a surgeon asks you if the patients pain is proximal or distal to their wound, you need to be able to navigate this terminology to manage your patient.  This video will guide you through the anatomical terms you will come up against every day as a registered and enrolled nurse.

 

 

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Nic Nash-Arnold has been nursing for twenty years. She has nursed thousands of patients, mainly in the operating theatre. Nicole has worked in both public and private hospitals in Queensland. Ten years ago, she left the “coal face” of nursing and moved into a Nurse Educator role and then a series of senior and executive hospital administration roles. Nic has always believed in the empowerment with education. That might be empowering nurses to provide better care or patients to take better care, but education is always the centre of the solution. Google 
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