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My name is Aaishwariya Gulani and I am a 3rd-year student at University of Central Florida.  From my time at UCF, I realized that we all entered medical school full of hope and wide-eyed, not quite sure how the next four years were going to go.  The only thing getting us through was that at the end of it was the job we have been dreaming of for most of our lives: becoming a doctor.  There is so much more to the game that I wanted to share with you, to help better your journey into the healthcare field. 
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There are many benefits to having a tunneled central venous catheter rather than a regular IV. The most important benefit is that it reduces the number of needle sticks.
"Every dental, optometry, pharmacy, physician assistant, or other medical student looking to enter the healthcare profession should look into a variety of necessary tools to help foster success throughout their journey. As I begin my dental school studies, I want to share with you the top 10 things that can help you through your healthcare journey."
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Our CEO and founder Chat Razdan moderated our first-ever Care+Wear Future of Healthcare Panel. During this discussion, experts from esteemed hospital systems across the country will share insights, challenges, and learnings from the last year that can be applied to future healthcare innovations.
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We answer the most common questions when it comes to wearing scrubs and give advice on how to wear scrubs fashionably so you look your best.
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In this blog post, we’ve outlined the history of scrubs, why they’re worn, and which medical professionals currently wear them.
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Scrubs come in nearly every color of the rainbow, but what does each color actually symbolize? We’ve broken down what kinds of emotions each color evokes, according to color psychology, as well as the most common colors worn by role.
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Intravenous antibiotics are antibiotics that are administered directly into a vein so that they can enter the bloodstream immediately and bypass the absorption in the gut. It is estimated that more than 250,000 patients in the US receive outpatient IV antibiotics to treat bacterial infections.
Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN), also known as intravenous or IV nutrition feeding, is a method of getting nutrition into the body through the veins. In other words, it provides nutrients for patients who do not have a functioning GI tract or who have disorders requiring complete bowel rest.
After getting a chemo port inserted, one of the biggest challenges many patients face is sleeping comfortably. Read our guide on tips for sleeping with a port.
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Many of you have asked how to protect yourself from COVID-19 due to compromised immunity from chronic illness, or chemo treatment. We asked two of our clinical advisors what they are advising their patients.
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