Most Recent Articles by Kimberly Marselas
Success for long-term care safety and security systems depends on facilities' physical features as much as it does on the staff members who work in them
As little as five hours of sleep deprivation can bring on the kind of physical changes that lead to memory loss, according to a study conducted in the Netherlands and Pennsylvania.
Prior experience in some health-related fields equates to higher wages for registered nurses who earn a bachelor of science in nursing.
A bacteria- and fungi-binding mesh dressing should be a wound care layer of choice when chronic wounds are treated with negative pressure wound therapy.
A new 3-D wound measurement device was highly reliable when measuring a range of wound sizes and types, according to a study published in Wounds.