I want to make this a sign and hang it in emergency departments everywhere 😬
We don’t always have to rely on doctors or nurses for our health. Here’s an infographic by Licensed Practical Nurse that details some practical ways we can maintain our own health and stay healthy. Created by: Licensed Practical Nurse
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emt-monster: “ “ Ever wondered where different IV fluids infuse throughout the body? ” This is really interesting! (And pretty with all the colors) ”
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