What are the Nursing implications of positive pus cells in parasitology?

Answer Unless one has translocation (inherited) Down syndrome than No, they more than likely Won't.

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What Are the Implications for Higher Education in Nursing?

According to a 2009 survey by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), registered nurses are the largest single profession in health care, accounting for 2.6 million positions in the field. Nurse... Read More »

The Ethical Implications of Documentation in Nursing?

Any contact with a patient or client in a service profession requires documentation. Documentation can be written records, observation and reports. Nurses must document all contact with a patient f... Read More »

Is cell membrane found in animal cells or plant cells?

The cell membrane, the outside casing or membrane of a cell, is found in both plant and animal cells. In fact, the cell membrane is a universal feature found in the cells of all living organisms. T... Read More »

In the pancreas there are a group of cells which make insulin.What describes these cells?

Beta cells (beta-cells, β-cells) are a type of cell in the pancreas located in the islets of Langerhans. They make up 65-80% of the cells in the islets.Under a microscope, stained sections of the ... Read More »