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Barriers to and attitudes towards the use of safety engineered devices for paediatric cannulation in emergency care

One in three patients in the UK will have at least one cannula inserted during their stay in hospital (Royal College of Nursing, 2019). It is a procedure that is vitally important to get right, and to...

Review of normal gastrointestinal tract, ulcerative colitis, proctitis and rectal medication adherence

Many parts of the GI tract can be problematic in disease. An ulcerated mouth can make ingestion painful and this may result in anorexia or weight loss. A diseased small bowel might result in a reduced...

Challenges faced by nurses in complying with aseptic non-touch technique principles during wound care: a review

The purpose of this review is to identify the challenges that nurses face in applying the principles of ANTT during wound-care practice..

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