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 What is the role of a diabetes specialist nurse?

Answer A diabetes specialist nurse is a registered nurse with additional training in the care and treatment of all types of diabetes. Diabetes specialist nurses are trained specifically to help diabetics ... Read More »
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Is a registered nurse first assistant a clinical nurse specialist?

A registered nurse first assistant is not a clinical nurse specialist. A CNS is a specialized nurse practitioner, with similar responsibilities as a physician. A RNFA must be a certified perioperat... Read More »
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What is a clinical nurse specialist?

A clinical nurse specialist, also called a CNS, is a type of nurse with an advanced degree. CNSs work in a variety of healthcare settings and provide many types of care for patients with all sorts ... Read More »
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What is a diabetes specialist called?

A diabetes specialist is called an endocrinologist. Endocrinologists diagnose and treat disorders of the endocrine system, which refers to a system of glands that produce and regulate hormones. Oth... Read More »
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What is a diabetes specialist doctor called?

The doctors who are specialists in the field of diabetes are called "endocrinologists." Endocrinology is the study of hormones and their function, and the most common hormonal disease in the United... Read More »
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