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Classification Of OT

CLASSIFICATIONS OF OPERATION THEATRE·         Emergency operation vs. Routine operations (planned)·         Major vs. Minor·         Super-speciality surgery vs. OT for general surgery·         ...

Perioperative Nursing

PERI- OPERATIVE NURSINGOrganization and physical set up of operation theatreIntroduction:An OT is that specialised facility of the hospital where life- ...

Gastroenterology Mnemonics part 2

Gastroenterology MnemonicsCholangitis features CHOLANGITITS:Charcot's triad/ Conjugated bilirubin increase Hepatic abscesses/ Hepatic(intra/extra) bile ducts/ HLAB8, DR3ObstructionLeukocytosisAlkaline phosphatase increaseNeoplasmsGallstonesInflammatory bowel disease (ulcerative colitis)Transaminase increaseInfectionSclerosingCharcot's triad(gallstones) \"Charge a FEE\":Charcot's triad ...

Gastroenterology Mnemonics part 1

Gastroenterology Mnemonics Splenomegaly: causesCHINA: Congestion/ Cellular infiltration Haematological (eg haemolytic anaemia, Sickle cell) Infection/ Infarction (eg malaria, GF,CMV)Neoplasia (eg CML, lymphoma, other ...

Eye: Ocular Tumors

OCULAR TUMORSThese tumors can be either benign or malignant.This  tumor can affect the eye socket, eyeball, eye muscles, optic nerve, ...

Eye: Visual Impairment – Nurse’s Role

VISUAL IMPAIRMENT- NURSE'S ROLEDEFINITIONVisual impairment or vision impairment is vision loss that constitutes a significant limitation of visual capability resulting ...

Eye: Eye Camps

Eye campsEye camps camps are operated by a team from the base hospital visiting a rural site on an appointed ...

Eye: Eye Bank and Eye Donation

Eye Bank (EB)Is an institution that should provide a round-the-clock public response system over the telephone and conduct public awareness ...

Eye: Blindness

BlindnessLow visionLow vision is a general term describing visual impairment that requires patients to use devices and strategies in addition ...

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