Archive for May, 2018

My colleague asked me how do I know when someone is true to me or not.

I was overwhelmed by her question. It’s not a first but it’s been a long time since I was asked about this topic. So I did not know what to say at first.

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Zygomatic Bone Fracture

We have a 43 year old male patient came to the clinic with swelling and about 5cm laceration on the side of his right eye. He informed us that he was assaulted by his coworker. His CT scan showed a fractured zygomatic bone. The patient was advised for open reduction internal fixation of zygomatic bone.

With this case, what should a nurse do?

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Most of our patients came with complaints of appearance of fibrous tissue in oral mucosa. They got it aftet accidental bite and sometimes from unknown cause. This fibrous tissue is like the patients’ skin tags.

What is this fibrous tissue in oral mucosa? Is this cancerous? What can a nurse do to manage this case?

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Every year on the 6th of May, nurses around the world celebrate Florence Nightingale’s birthday. Starting from this day, nurses commemorate their hard work and achievements. It is also the week where nurses are being honored and recognized for their contribution in the society.

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Tongue Ulcer Nursing Management

A case about tongue ulcer was given to us as my first day back to Oral and Maxillo Facial Surgery Department. I can’t help but stretched my facial muscles and showed a smile to the surgeon. I’m truly back to this department.

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