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Nurses: Handling patients with challenging conditions – part I
 

Nurses: Handling patients with challenging conditions – part I

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As a nurse, you already know you need to deal with various kinds of patients, from those who have physical limitations up to those diagnosed with mental illnesses. Learning how to best handle these patients will help you grow into a more professional nurse with the aptitude to manage multiple patient conditions. Part I of this article will provide some pointers on handling psychiatric patients.
 
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9 Jan 2017 - General
 
Becoming a nurse is already tough. And becoming a nurse designated into psychiatric wards are more often challenging. As being said, it is ordinary to see people who may be at their manic stages, have the ability to inflict pain and even commit suicide. The nurse is putting her life at risk too whenever they approach these patients who doesn't have any mental stability. You are at risk for violence and so much more. You must be highly trained mentally and physically to be able to handle wors...
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The range of duties and responsibilities of a nurse are broad. The nurses play an important role in the overall treatment process. The care of physically challenged or mentally disturbed patients may be a challenging task. The post highlights the ideas for managing such patients. However, I believe that the nurses should be specifically trained and educated about the challenging conditions which may help them to give proper care and understand the situation of the patient. The nurses need to be ...
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