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Common Conditions (digital download)

Common Conditions (digital download)

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Common Conditions (you may see in practice) notes

This is the digital version of the pocket book. It is a digital PDF not a physical book. You will be able to download your files post purchase

Your go-to companion crafted by an experienced nurse and former clinical educator. This download covers notes on causes, symptoms, investigations, and management for a whopping 73 conditions!

This download is full of notes providing an overview on a range of conditions (for adults) from AF to appendicitis, from Crohn’s Disease to Osteomyelitis, from Ulcers to Sepsis, it really does cover some of the most common conditions you may see in practice!

Packed with insightful visual images, it's designed to empower healthcare professionals with quick, practical information to support your learning. It’s your go-to resource for enhancing your knowledge.

(Provides an overview on 73 conditions in adults)

  • No fluff ✔️
  • Clear & easy to understand notes ✔️
  • Bright & colourful ✔️

 

**COPYRIGHT NOTICE**
Please note all downloadable files are copyrighted by Nurse Bec Supplies. This product is for the buyers own use only.This product cannot be resold or re produced.

Colours may vary due to computer and printer settings.

All digital products purchased are non refundable

*DISCLAIMER*
Any information in the material sold (created by Nurse Bec Supplies) is based on my own note taking; they are written in good faith using reputable sources in the UK- every effort is taken to make sure the information is correct and up to date at the time of writing. However there may include typographical errors, inaccuracies or omissions. The material is provided for general information and maybe subject to change, the material should not be relied upon or used as the basis for making decisions without consulting more timely sources of information. Any reliance on this material is at your own risk. These are not intended as advice and are not a replacement for educational, medical or clinical advice. The material should not be used for decision making, assessment, diagnosis or prescription. Please check the information with each trust/area and always follow local guidelines and policies.

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