Here at ECT4Health our nurse educators regularly post KYJ's that cover a range of topics from cardiac to wound care. We break down all the academic jargon, give first hand real life examples and dispel common myths about healthcare procedures. Stay in the know with our educational and interesting medical news updates.
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In this quick KYJ (KnowingYourJargon) I wanted to refresh you on these two important waste products excreted by your kidneys....Read More
KYJ29- Pneumonia Back to basics with today's Knowing Your Jargon episode. Many nurses have a skewed understanding of respiratory...Read More
# SIRVA In today’s #KYJ we look at this rare immunisation complication. Shoulder injury related to vaccine administration (SIRVA)...Read More
KYJ - knowing your jargon. How does someone have clots yet no platelets? Clots and vaccines?? Thrombosis with thrombocytopenia???...Read More
How is a Decubitus Ulcer (bed sore) - a subdural Haemorrhage; a spinal cord injury and glaucoma all similar? They are obviously different,...Read More
Are you assessing pain ? One of the most neglected skill sets of a clinician, is pain assessment. Much has been written over the...Read More
One of the commonest drug classes we see patients taking for reflux or Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GORD) is the proton pump inhibitor....Read More