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The provision of adequate hydration in community patients

Introduction

Hydration is an easily overlooked but crucial element of general health that nurses working in the community need to be particularly aware of. Monitoring what people eat and drink is vital if dehydration, as well as deterioration in other conditions such as diabetes, is to be avoided.


Sponsored by: Journal of Community Nursing
Topics: Wound Care
Length: 90 minutes
Status: Unit started

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