When you're running a clinical trial, monitoring is perhaps the most critical aspect of the process. Accurate monitoring allows you to maintain control of the data you're collecting. In the past, in-person visits were the only way to monitor clinical trials. Unfortunately, in-person visits aren't always the best way to facilitate clinical trials. That's where remote monitoring comes into the picture. Remote monitoring allows you to maintain control of your trial without requiring those in-person visits.
- As more states legalize the use of medical marijuana, more patients wonder if it can help them with their health conditions. To find out if it will relieve your symptoms, you first need to consult with a physician who can complete a medical marijuana card evaluation for you. Before you schedule this appointment, however, you should understand what it will entail. These services are some that a licensed, professional medical marijuana doctor can offer to you.
- As a new nurse, you know there will be things you need to adapt to. One thing you may not expect, however, is how difficult it can be to buy scrubs. There are more varieties available than most people realize. If you are a new nurse who is about to buy scrubs, here are some tips to help guide you. 1. Stay away from the bright, crazy colors at first.
- Those with osteoporosis can fracture bones easily from a bump or fall, and due to the fragile condition of the bones in these patients, surgery is often required to help a fracture heal and prevent further trauma to the bone and surrounding tissue. Common areas of the body for osteoporosis patients to experience a bone fracture include the spine and hip, so here's an overview of the surgical options for fractures in those parts of the body:
- One of the most difficult things a parent or guardian must do is to sign off on hospice care for their young child when a cure is no longer possible. Palliative care, or care that keeps them comfortable until death, can last hours or it can last weeks. It most certainly takes an extraordinary amount of courage. Making the Decision Children don't have the capacity to create advance directives so their parents or guardians must make the decision to enter hospice care for them.