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Exploring New Options: Dermatology Nursing

Dermatology Nursing

Dermatology nurses receive an estimate of $85,000 on average every year, which is $15,000 above the salary of generalist nurses. They may even receive a sign-in bonus for applicants and for those already working as one, retention bonus may complete the annual income. This bonus that we are talking about, ranges from $517 to $7,861.

Being a dermatology nurse can be exciting. Nurses may feel thrilled and love this specialized area of nursing and with this comes the best benefit of them all. They say when you love your work, you never go to work at all. That applies to this job as well, as long as nurses love what they are doing and consider it as their passion, they will never bored and get tired of it and that no matter what hardships may be encountered along the way, they will always emerge and remain standing as a proud dermatology nurse.

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Perks of being a Nurse

Through the years, the number of nurses has significantly increased. Year after year, various nursing schools produce hundreds, even thousand of aspiring graduates each, hoping to find their place in...

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Sentiments of a Ward Nurse

Things every ward nurse wants you to know

1. When you buzz and I do not come right away, it’s either I am attending to a patient at bedside, or I am assisting a doctor during his rounds. Do not storm into the station like you are my only client.
2. We are humans, too.
3. Yes, it is okay for your relatives to ask us to take their blood pressures, but also remember that we have other patients, too.
4. Trust me, I’m a nurse.
5. We are not doctor’s assistants

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Perianesthesia Nursing

Getting to Know Perianesthesia Nursing

When one thinks about nursing, he always visualizes people in white with a cap on their head, catering sick patients in wards, making nurses rounds, administering medications and so much...


Code Blue: Defibrillation

Code blue: Defibrillation

Defibrillation is defined as the process wherein an electric shock is sent to the heart to stop an arrhythmia with the use of an electrical device called a defibrillator, resulting in the return of a productive heart rhythm.

Defibrillation is often used in emergency cases for the purpose of correcting life-threatening arrhythmias such as countering the onset of ventricular fibrillation or pulseless ventricular tachycardia, which is a common cause of/ and cardiac arrest.