Ordering and interpreting x-rays in a&e
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Ordering and interpreting x-rays in a&e

Paula Greenidge Sister, Accident and Emergency Department, Chorley and South Ribble District General Hospital

The final article in our series on the Scope of Professional Practice describes the role nurses can play in ordering and interpreting X-rays in the accident and emegency situation. It relates to UKCC Professional Development categories: Practice development and Reducing risk

Nursing Standard. 11, 4, 44-50. doi: 10.7748/ns.11.4.44.s52

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