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Cardiovascular Medical School

October 10th, 2010

The greatest medical school and the Atlanta Georgia area is Emory University. They are cardiovascular medical program is the highest rated internship in the United States. Medical physicians and registered nurses pay approximately $100,000 per year to attend the cardiovascular med school. If you desire to be the best physician when it comes to cardiovascular systems, you must attend the best school in the nation.

The cardiovascular system consist of arteries, veins, capillaries and the Heart. The study of the myocardial teaches us that there is still much to learn. In no way should we take it for granted, that the Emory University of cardiovascular can teach us all we will ever need to know when it comes to treating cardiac patients. As a medical physician, you will always continue to study the heart and its vital organs as you continue as a professor. Your education will continue as long as you are in the medical field.

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ICU Infection

August 1st, 2010

Most of the patients that are admitted to the ICU may already have an infection.  Pneumonia, Urinary infection causing sepsis (sepsis), a wound that is infected, infection from a surgical site, etc.  There are many more that could be mentioned, as this was just a few.  As nurses and physicians, even the techs, x-ray techs, can help prevent the spread of infection.  The CDC, strongly recommends that hand-washing is the #1 way to prevent the spread of infection.

Let’s take a look at some of the organisms that can survive in extreme heat and cold.  C. difficult is one that is very common in ICU, and on the med/surgical floors.  Without proper techniques and practices, C.diff can survive on surfaces for months to years.  As health care professionals we have a responsibility to protect ourselves and our patients from contracting these diseases, especially when some of them come in with something else different.  For C.diff there is a special product recommended by the CDC that is required by hospitals to help eliminate the organism from the surfaces in the patient’s rooms.

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