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Dementia Caregiver Help

How To Handle Combative Patients

Fighting Caregiver Depression

How To Handle Emotional Patients

Fighting Caregiver Fatigue

How to Be a Positive Caregiver

Caregiver Employment Resources and Tips

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Basics

What Are Caregiver Duties?

What is a Hospital Career Like?

Caregiver Resume Help and Example

Caregiver Interview Tips and Tricks

Should You Work During Nursing School?

Various Caregiver Positions Q&A

Caregiver Supplies and Equipment

Purple Mattress Review - Best Bed for Caregivers?

Heart Monitor Basics and Troubleshooting

What is Chlorhexidine Gluconate (CHG)?

Caregiver Scrubs Buying Tips

Caregiver Shoes Buying Tips

Smart Watch Buyer's Guide

How to Use a Stethoscope

How to Use an Incentive Spirometer (IS)

Registered Nurse (RN) Info and Tips

Registered Nurse (RN) and Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Comparison

Registered Nurse (RN) and Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Controversies

Nursing Shift Report Tips and Tricks

Checking Vital Signs

How to Check a Blood Glucose

Blood Pressure Measurement Basics

Checking Body Temperature

Checking Oxygen Saturation

How to Use a Pulse Oximeter

Checking A Pulse Rate: Instructions

Checking Respiratory Rate: Instructions

MEWS Score Explained

AVPU Explained

Giving Patients Bathroom Assistance

Ambulate Your Patients - Caregiver Guide

Bedside Commode (BSC) Help and Tips

Bowel Movement (BM) Information for Caregivers

Denture Care For Caregivers

Giving Your Patient Mouth Care

Did Your Patient Urinate?

How to Use a Sara Stedy

What Does Bedrest Mean?

How to Use a Bed Alarm or Chair Alarm

Bedpan Help and Tips

Call Light Help and Tips

What Does Fall Risk Mean?

What Are Heel Protectors?

Sequential Compression Device (SCD) Info and Tips

What Are Ted Hose?

Using A Urinal

Other Skills

Opening Steps for CNA/Caregiver Skills

Closing Steps for CNA/Caregiver Skills

Post Mortem Care Explained Step by Step

JP Drain Basics

Emptying A Colostomy Bag

Continuous Bladder Irrigation (CBI) Explained

How to Give a Bed Bath

Changing Patient's Bed Linens

How to Put On a Hospital Gown

How to Give Perineal Care

Incontinence Tips For Caregivers

Adult Diaper Changing - Caregiver Guide

Applying Barrier Cream - Caregiver Guide

Bed Sores Explained

Foley Catheter Basic Info and Tips

Incontinence Pad Uses and Tips

How to Reposition a Patient

Medical Hygiene Basics

Using Hand Sanitizer: The Why and How

Handwashing For Caregivers

Isolation Gown Tips and Tricks

The Basics of Medical Gloves

Using A Surgical Mask

Waste Management in Healthcare

Controversial

Are Robot Caregivers a Good Idea?

Saying Very Important Person (VIP) is Wrong

Do You Disagree With Something On This Site?

Medical References for Caregivers

NIH Stroke Scale Explained in Detail

Download and Print Caregiver Information Here

Common Medical Abbreviations and Acronyms

Nurse Report Checklist

How to Pay for Different Types of Long-Term Care

Help With Medical Conversions

List of Normal Lab Values

SBAR Explained

CIWA-Ar Explained

Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) Explained

Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) Explained

What is a bladder scanner and how do you use one?

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What Does Aging Baby Boomers Mean For Caregivers?

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  1. NIH Stroke Scale Explained in Detail - Caregiverology

    Nov 15, 18 06:46 AM

    The NIH stroke scale is an assessment that is performed by medical professionals on patients in order to determine if they had a stroke. For someone who has had some practice, it should take no more t…

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  2. Closing Steps for CNA/Caregiver Skills - Caregiverology

    Sep 19, 18 07:26 PM

    This page describes the closing steps for performing certified nursing assistant (CNA) or caregiver skills. These should be the last steps taken after completing any skill.

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  3. Opening Steps for CNA/Caregiver Skills - Caregiverology

    Sep 18, 18 10:38 AM

    This page describes the opening steps for performing certified nursing assistant (CNA) or caregiver skills. These should be the first steps taken before moving on to the next part of any skill.

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