What do pediatric nurses do?

Answer Pediatrics is the field of medicine that deals exclusively with children under age 18. A pediatric nurse is an important part of the team of health care professionals that provides medical care to ... Read More »

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Job Benefits of Pediatric Nurses?

Many nurses find that specializing in pediatrics is rewarding. They often enter the field because they feel they can give back to their communities by taking care of others, and they enjoy caring f... Read More »

What is the work preference for pediatric nurses?

GeekIsLuv says,Has seizures? No... no, I don't think that's common. I don't know any three year olds that have seizures frequently. I'd see a doctor or something about that; I can't find any inform... Read More »

Day-to-Day problems faced by Nurses in rendering flawless healthcare services. Things that bother the Nurses?

What bothers me is the rapidly approaching nursing shortage. Our workload and job demands are increasing. Patients in the hospital are sicker than they were even 5 years ago and individual patients... Read More »

What is a pediatric cardiologist?

A pediatric cardiologist is a doctor who specializes in diagnosing and treating heart disease in infants, children and sometimes fetuses in the womb. Pediatric cardiologists also spend time doin... Read More »