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Stephanie S. Jewett

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Stephanie Shore Jewett, RN, MBA I was born and raised in Iowa and I was very close to my grandparents. I believe nursing was always in my blood, as I would help my grand folks as they started to age. I noticed little things like limping carrying in the groceries, a dirtier house than normal, older... Full Bio
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A MIX OF HEALTH AND LAW … FORENSIC NURSING by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Feb 03             Back when I went to nursing school, we had the basic courses of anatomy, physiology, ch ... Read on »
A Registered Nurse’s Brush With Death by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Jun 22 Good morning all!  By way of introduction, my name is Stephanie Shore Jewett, a proud nursing gradu ... Read on »
A-FIB AND CATHETER ABLATION by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Feb 04        There are numerous cardiac arrhythmias, but the most common is called atrial fibrillation, A ... Read on »
ADVICE FOR ONCOLOGY NURSES by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Jan 20           As a registered nurse with numerous years experience in caring for the oncology patient, ... Read on »
ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE AND CAREGIVER TIPS by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Jan 22       Another field of nursing that I have enjoyed working in, as a caregiver, is with the elderly ... Read on »
ANOREXIA NERVOSA – A SOMBER EATING DISORDER by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Mar 07           Anorexia is a general loss of appetite or no interest in food.  Many times Anorexia Ner ... Read on »
ANTIBIOTICS WITH OTITIS MEDIA? by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Feb 26          Otitis media means that your child has fluid behind his or her ear drum.  There are two ki ... Read on »
ATTENTION UR NURSES! by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Sep 19 I just returned from a week of training in Las Vegas and I am happy to report all went well; I’ve ... Read on »
AUTISM – WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT? by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Apr 28           Autism is a developmental disability that comes from a neurological disorder that affec ... Read on »
BACK SAFETY FOR NURSES by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Jan 26             Nursing has more back injuries than any other profession.  Back injuries are debilitati ... Read on »
BEWARE OF BUTTON BATTERIES! by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Mar 06           I am so glad my boys are raised.  Just when you think your home is safe – all chemicals, ... Read on »
BURN STAGES AND BURN UNIT NURSING by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Mar 04           Burns can be caused by heat, hot liquids, strong chemicals, electricity and radiation.  T ... Read on »
BURSITIS OR TENDONITIS? by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Feb 15           Bursitis and tendonitis are two of the most common orthopaedic diagnoses, and they are of ... Read on »
CAN YOU RECOGNIZE THE 4 SIGNS OF CROHN’S DISEASE? by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing           Crohn’s disease is a lifelong inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).  Parts of the digestive system get swollen and have deep sores called ulcers.  The disease usua ... Read on »
CAN YOU RECOGNIZE THE 8 COMMON SIGNS OF CHF? by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Apr 22           About 5 million people in the United States suffer from congestive heart failure (CHF).  ... Read on »
CAREGIVERS NEED RESPITE! by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Jan 23      It is estimated that approximately 25% of the American population is helping a relative with p ... Read on »
CARING FOR AND MAKING SENSE OF PLACENTA PREVIA by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Apr 09           I feel so fortunate that I did not suffer any complications with either one of my pregnan ... Read on »
CARING FOR THE PATIENT WITH APHASIA by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Feb 24           Aphasia is a disorder that results from damage to portions of the brain that are respons ... Read on »
CARING FOR THE SICKLE CELL PATIENT by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Mar 03           Caring for the sickle cell patient requires a lot of nursing skill and paying strict att ... Read on »