Sickle Cell Anemia Pathophysiology, Podcast, and Nursing Care Plan

Sickle cell anemia

Sickle Cell Anemia Sickle cell anemia is a form of anemia that is inherited. In this condition there is not an adequate number of healthy red blood cells to transport enough oxygen to your organs and tissues. Usually, red blood cells are concave in appearance. Because of their shape, the cells are flexible and can move easily through your body […]

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Rheumatic fever for nurses and nursing students with podcast

Rheumatic fever for nurses and nursing students

Rheumatic fever for nurses and nursing students: Rheumatic fever is an inflammatory illness that occurs as a complication of strep throat that may not have been treated correctly. ¬†Scarlet fever which is different from rheumatic fever, and strep throat are also caused by a group A streptococcus bacterial infection. Rheumatic fever can occur in younger children and adults, however, it […]

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