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Suturing Techniques: Simple Interrupted Technique

What is Suturing? Suturing is the preferred method of wound closure to achieve hemostasis in clean, uncontaminated wounds. Use correct techniques, such as direct pressure, hemostats, and sutures to minimize bleeding risks; an anesthetic agent to provide pain control;...

Suturing Made Easy

Suturing is one of the most important skills to learn as a nurse practitioner, because patients expect the clinician to perform simple wound closure in primary care settings. Having a positive attitude and lots of practice will build the confidence you require for...

Cerumen Lavage

Cerumen is a lubricant which is typically expelled spontaneously from the ear canal but can become impacted when this process fails. Impaction is a common reason for an office visit in the primary care setting which leads to hearing loss, tinnitus, pain and may...