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Nursing home owner appeals 7 license revocations after Ida

The owner of seven Louisiana nursing homes that evacuated patients to a warehouse where conditions quickly deteriorated said the problems arose when Hurricane Ida took an unexpected turn By JANET McCONNAUGHEY Associated Press October 8, 2021, 10:44 PM • 4 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article NEW ORLEANS — Conditions deteriorated at… Read More »

Rural hospital CEO urges providers to ‘get ready now’ as delta variant outstrips nursing resources

The delta variant of the novel coronavirus is gaining a frightening foothold in areas of the country with low vaccination rates, spurring the White House to mobilize “surge response teams” to combat the variant that threatens to undo the nation’s progress in beating back the pandemic. About 1,000 counties in the U.S. have vaccination rates… Read More »

Nursing full liquid diet

AGA technical review on nursing nutrition. Bozzetti et al. Patients select from the exchange based liquid their preference. Combination baby foods, thinned to flow full through a large syringe. Some liquids are considered both clear and full. Our tremendous diet gives back to our community by coordinating free nursing screenings, educational programs, and food drives.… Read More »