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    Wound Care: Stopping Infection, Types of Wounds, and Selecting the Correct Dressing

    A wound is an injury that disrupts the epithelial lining of the skin and mucosa (moist inner lining of some body cavities and internal organs). A w...
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    Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) : A Comprehensive Guide

      Personal Protective Equipment, also known as PPE, is clothing and equipment designed to protect the wearer from infection and injuries. According...
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    Respiratory Care: What it is, types, and more

    Respiratory care is the management and treatment of breathing disorders through individualized treatment plans for patients with disorders affectin...
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    Assessing and Anticipating Your Needs: Planning and Paying for Long-Term Care

    It’s estimated that 70 percent of Americans will require some form of long-term care as their ability to perform activities of daily living, such as eating, walking, and bathing, decreases. An assessment of a number of factors can help you determine the likelihood you or a spouse will need long-term care. If you’re a smoker, a heavy drinker or have a history of illness, your chances of needing care is greater, so modifying your behavior and seeking medical care now can make a difference later and, potentially, improve your long-term outlook.
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