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generalelectric:

A cauliflower gets an MRI scan at GE’s Global Research Center in Munich, Germany. Image sequenced using 5mm slices. 

generalelectric:

A cauliflower gets an MRI scan at GE’s Global Research Center in Munich, Germany. Image sequenced using 5mm slices. 

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even-more-nclex-questions:

The nurse is caring for a client with schizophrenia who experiences auditory hallucinations. The client appears to be listening to someone who isn’t visible. He gestures, shouts angrily, and stops shouting in mid-sentence. Which nursing intervention is the most appropriate?

a) Approach the client and touch him to get his attention.

b) Encourage the client to go to his room where he’ll experience fewer distractions.

c) Acknowledge that the client is hearing voices but make it clear that the nurse doesn’t hear these voices.

d) Ask the client to describe what the voices are saying.

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nursetinkerbell:

The #icu hallway with different booths.. #iculife #icunurses #creative

nursetinkerbell:

The #icu hallway with different booths.. #iculife #icunurses #creative

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cardiacattack:

Our med scanners are named after Beatles

thenursingblog:

Charts and Figures: Inhale, Exhale

thenursingblog:

Charts and Figures: Inhale, Exhale

(via artsciencenursing)

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visiblebody:

Neurons are cells that process and transmit information through electrical and chemical signals. The average human brain contains between 80 and 100 BILLION neurons.
Learn more with Visible Body.

visiblebody:

Neurons are cells that process and transmit information through electrical and chemical signals. The average human brain contains between 80 and 100 BILLION neurons.

Learn more with Visible Body.

malformalady:

A hairdresser has had one of her fingers amputated after a bite from a false widow spider led to her catching a flesh-eating bug. She was later ­diagnosed with the flesh-eating disease necrotising fasciitis, which medics said had been caused by the insect bite. Ms Wallace underwent 14 operations on her finger but eventually it had to be amputated. As Britain’s most venomous spider species, false widows made headlines last year when victims told how they had suffered huge wounds and almost lost limbs

malformalady:

A hairdresser has had one of her fingers amputated after a bite from a false widow spider led to her catching a flesh-eating bug. She was later ­diagnosed with the flesh-eating disease necrotising fasciitis, which medics said had been caused by the insect bite. Ms Wallace underwent 14 operations on her finger but eventually it had to be amputated. As Britain’s most venomous spider species, false widows made headlines last year when victims told how they had suffered huge wounds and almost lost limbs

(via nightnursenotes)