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Nursing specialties

Manager: Nurses specialized to make the same task as the Administrative or Director Nurses.

Men's Health: Nurses specialized in the care, treatment and prevention of male patients with diseases exclusively related to males.

Midwife (CNM): Nurses specialized to assist female patients in childbirth, including pre-natal and post-natal care.

Neonatal/Newborn: Nurses specialized in the care of the first 28 days of an infant's life, in which also provide support and education for patient's families.

Nephrology: Nurses specialized in the care and treatment of diseases and disorders of the kidney, including problems with high blood pressure, fluid retention, and electrolyte imbalance.

Neurology: Nurses specialized in the diagnosis and care of diseases and disorders of the brain and nervous system.

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU): Nurses specialized to work in the care of newborn babies.

Nursery: Nurses specialized to work in a child care center, who gives care to children.

Nutrition: Nurses specialized to develop and administer nutritional systems for groups and nutritional advising for persons. As with any area of study or expertise that has a broad array of real-world applications, nutrition data lends itself to a number of possible career paths, each with its own unique rewards and challenges.


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