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Florence Nightingale Nursing Lamp... oooooh that's why there is a genie lamp on my school badge!

Caring nurses, coughing patients, Florence Nightingale, a nurse at an army hospital at the time, carried this lamp when the famous portrait of her was painted. Biographers - Grace and Beau

Keeping a liver "alive" outside the body may mean more viable organs available for transplants!

Liver kept alive outside body in medical first (Photo: University Of Oxford / Reuters) This excites me.

Luxury Furniture Design Idea | Unique Ceramic Wall Lights

Tania da Cruz has designed this beautiful white ceramic lamp entitled ‘Cuore Sacro’.

"Follow It" by _Philip 'Metropolitan Cardiac Authority Transportation Routes' Tee Shirt, $25 via Threadless.Com --- I have this in yellow and it gets so many compliments! But I accidentally spilled some nail polish on it so I need to get another. Wish list-ed!

We ended up on the correct street, but in Manhattan instead of Brooklyn! It was a blast, because you were the one with me.

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Heart Conditions anatomy poster describes heart murmurs, cardiac arrhythmia, congenital and acquired heart defects. Cardiology chart for doctors and nurses.

Albert Einstein’s brain, removed by pathologist Thomas Harvey shortly after the great scientist’s death, segmented and preserved in celloidin.

Albert Einstein’s brain, removed by pathologist Thomas Harvey shortly after the great scientist’s death, segmented and preserved in celluloid.

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Wore this in nursing school. At first we all hated it, so they took a vote at the end of the year to stop the caps for the next year. EVERYONE voted for the caps! They defined us as nurses.

So much research has been completed over the past ten years in Pediatric Cardiomyopathy but it only the beginning there is so much more we can do !

The Children’s Cardiomyopathy Foundation is a national non-profit organization focused on pediatric cardiomyopathy, a chronic disease of the heart muscle.

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