America’s Nursing Crisis

The nation has too few nurses. Hospitals are actively recruiting overseas and offering substantial employment bounces to those nurses who come to work for them. Because of this nursing-care shortage, many health-care professionals fear that the quality of care is suffering. According to USA Today, 32 percent of Americans fear for their safety in U.S. hospitals because too few nurses are assigned to care for too many patients in general and specialty units.King Arthur: Legend of the Sword 2017 movie streaming

Some hospitals are closing critical-care beds because there are not enough nurses to provide attention, and many parents fear babies and children are at risk at understaffed health centers. Some nurses who are admitted to hospitals for their own health-care needs actually hire their own private nurses so that they receive medications, therapies, and other attention correctly and at the right time.

One nurse Incident

After a child suffered brain damage and quadriplegia requiring 24-hour care, his parents filed suit against the hospital. A jury’s verdict provided an award to the child because jurors were convinced that nurses failed to monitor the mother’s progress in a timely fashion and report fetal distress to the attending physician.I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore 2017 movie trailermovie xXx: Return of Xander Cage streaming

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