Adults with a range of medical concerns or who are preparing for/recovering from surgery are cared for by medical-surgical nurses. They have a broad spectrum of knowledge and experience and are specialists in their field. Medical-surgical nurses are leaders in managing care among the interprofessional health care team because they have superior organizational, prioritization, assessment, and communication skills. Medical-surgical nursing can be found in a variety of settings in the health-care sector, including hospitals, outpatient clinics, private homes, telemedicine, and other non-traditional settings. The medical–surgical nurse's job is incredibly challenging. Medical-surgical nursing is a specialization that can be found in practically any healthcare environment.
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