In many clinical settings, nurses are charged with the very important responsibility of caring for patients’ skin. Even more crucial, however, is that nurses are responsible for preventing integumentary problems. To achieve this goal, you must know about the integumentary system, how it is injured, and what the skin can tell you about a patient.
In this course, you will learn about the basic structure and function of the integumentary system. We’ll discuss topics such as skin cancer, pressure injuries, and burns. Additionally, you will learn about wound treatment and healing.
VERY informative and Dr. Clark is very clear in her speech which is stimulating to the mind.
This was very interesting to me. I appreciate the picture examples. Thank you!
The presenter was very clear in her explanations. It all made sense.
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