Tutor profile: Tina D.
Subject: Health and Medicine
A scab on a wound is a sign of healing, right?
Incorrect! A scab is a sign of a dried-out wound and one that is stalled (not progressing appropriately through the stages of healing). Instead, wounds heal faster and with less scarring when they are kept moist with an appropriate wound gel or ointment, and covered with an appropriate dressing.
What do many patients say are two of the most important qualities as a nurse?
Nurses must show how much they CARE, as this makes all the difference to patients; it is also important to have a SENSE OF HUMOR, which helps put them at ease during stressful times.
What are the four types of nitrogen bases found in nucleotides, the sequence of which determines the biological instructions of DNA?
The bases are adenine (A), thymine (T), guanine (G), and cytosine (C)
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