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Bespoke care essential

Every patient is different; whenever one presents a particularly troublesome problem, meeting it with the specified precautions is critical.  The way patients who present special difficulties are managed needs to be individualised, even with all the competing demands on nurses’ time, ...

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Specialist nurses clue to dementia diagnosis

The key to identifying patients predisposed to dementia could be held by district nurses visiting the elderly, says a senior researcher with the Royal District Nursing Service. A new Royal District Nursing Service (RDNS) trial, now under way in Melbourne, ...

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