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Nursing specialties

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OB/GYN: Nurses specialized in the care, diagnosis and rehabilitation of common illnesses of the female reproductive system.

Occupational Health: Nurses specialized to ensure the health of active populations through education, prevention and rehabilitation.

Office/Clinic: Nurses specialized to work only in clinics or offices.

Oncology: Nurses specialized in the diagnosis and treatment of cancers or tumors.

Ophthalmology: Nurses specialized in the diagnosis and rehabilitation of illnesses related to the eye.

Oral/Maxillofacial: Nurses specialized in the care and surgical treatment of diseases and infections of the mouth, jaw, cheek and teeth.

Orthopedics: Nurses specialized in the prevention and treatment of diseases and injuries to bones and joints or other parts of the skeletal system.

Ostomy/Continence: Nurses specialized to assist in an operation and create an opening, called a stoma.

Otolaryngology: Nurses specialized in the care and treatment of diseases of the ear, nose, and throat

PACU: Nurses specialized to help with the supervision and recuperation of operative patients who need anesthesia.

Pathology: Nurses specialized in the analysis of diseases and its causes on tissues and organs.

Pediatrics: Nurses specialized in the care and education of infants, children and adolescents.

Physical Therapy: Nurses specialized in the treatment of injuries or disorders using physical methods, such as exercises and physical activities to help to maintain or improve the bones, joints and muscles.

Podiatry: Nurses specialized in the care, treatment and prevention of diseases and malformation of human feet.

Proctology: Nurses specialized to provide care and prevention of diseases of the colon or rectum or anus.

Pulmonary: Nurses specialized in the care and treatment of diseases and disorders of lungs or respiratory system.


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