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January 2016

Guest blogger Darrel Hicks discusses the challenges of education for the Environmental Service and Housekeeping Department.
Posted: 1/29/2016 6:45:35 AM
Sleep apnea is increasing in prisons as our patients age. 
Posted: 1/28/2016 11:32:33 AM
Inmate Barto is suing the medical director and nurses at your jail facility for not treating his leg ulcer that later developed osteomyelitis after release. He is charging deliberate indifference to his condition. 
Posted: 1/21/2016 8:38:51 AM
Last week we looked at the overview of these issues, today we will look at the first of these three.
Posted: 1/21/2016 8:00:50 AM
What exciting thing can be said about washing your hands? Even before becoming nurses, we heard this admonishment as youngsters in households across the fruited plain. 
Posted: 1/14/2016 3:15:35 PM
Environmental surfaces abound in every indoor environment. Those environmental surfaces, fomites (Nonliving material. Any object or substance, other than food, that harbors or carries infectious organisms), get loaded with infections. 
Posted: 1/14/2016 2:46:06 PM
Medications used to support the treatment of shock from 12 different etiologies.
Posted: 1/7/2016 10:35:53 AM
Joe is back in the medical unit getting cleaned up and stitched up after another brawl in the housing unit. Even though he has been relocated several times, he is not adjusting well to his cell assignment. 
Posted: 1/7/2016 10:04:03 AM
Communication is a major part of correctional nursing practice. What we say can help us out or get us into some major predicaments. 
Posted: 1/7/2016 9:55:07 AM
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