Pneumothorax for Nursing(collapsed lung) Animation, Treatment, Decompression, Pathophysiology

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Nursing School Shouldn't be so DAMN Hard!

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Pneumothorax is a condition that nursing students will encounter during their careers as nurses.

We discuss basic pathophysiology of pneumothorax, needle decompression, treatments, and xray findings, and treatments.

Chest tubes can be intimidating for new nurses but with a bit of practice the nursing care for chest tubes can become second nature.



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