Review University for Nurses, Inc.
topnotchers' listing
Qualify for a Global Workplace. Pass your
Exams Sure and Fast! Join the R.U.N.
Reviews. At R.U.N., You get MORE for LESS!
Join Review University for Nurses, Inc. forum and start posting in message boards!

Sign up now!
Review University for Nurses

Nursing Notes


Jul 22, 2010 - The Filipino Nurses Code of Ethics

In the formulation of the Code of Ethics for Registered Nurses, the Code of Good Governance for the Professions in the Philippines was utilized as the principal basis. Therefore: All the principles under the said Code were adopted and integrated into the Code of Ethics as they apply to the nursing profession. ARTICLE I - PREAMBLE ...   Read More >>

Mar 03, 2010 - Nomenclature: Influenza A H1N1 (Hemagglutinin 1-Neuraminidase 1)

The various types of influenza viruses in humans. Solid squares show the appearance of a new strain, causing recurring influenza pandemics. Broken lines indicate uncertain strain identifications. Influenza A virus strains are categorized according to two proteins found on the surface of the virus: hemagglutinin (H) and neuraminidase (N). All influenza A viruses contain hemagglutinin and...   Read More >>

Mar 03, 2010 - ICN Code of Ethics for Nurses

The four elements of the ICN Code of Ethics for Nurses are: nurses and people; nurses and practice; nurses and the profession; and nurse and co-workers. NURSES AND PEOPLE The nurse acts as an advocate and educator, giving what is best for the client and ensures that their needs are met. As defined by Leininger, caring is the essence and central unifying and dominant domain that...   Read More >>

Mar 03, 2010 - Shock in Obstetrics

Definition Shock is a condition resulting from inability of the circulatory system to provide the tissues requirements from oxygen and nutrients and to remove metabolites. Types and Causes Haemorrhagic shock excessive blood loss may be due to: Causes of bleeding early in pregnancy. Causes of antepartum haemorrhage. Causes of postpartum...   Read More >>

Mar 03, 2010 - What is Leptospirosis?

Leptospirosis at a Glance Leptospirosis is an infectious disease caused by a bacterium. Leptospirosis is transmitted to humans by direct exposure to urine or tissue of an infected animal. Leptospirosis typically progresses through two phases of nonspecific symptoms. Leptospirosis can be diagnosed by culture of infected blood, urine, or spinal fluid, as well as using...   Read More >>

Home page image is from

Copyright 2009, Review University for Nurses, Inc.
All rights reserved.