“What do you do when you have a patient with a rare medical condition?”


What do you do when you have a patient and you’re not familiar with his or her condition? In this week’s episode of “Ask Nurse Alice” on ScrubsBeat, Alice talks about treating patients with uncommon or unfamiliar conditions.
Have your own tactical approach to those question mark medical moments? Share it with your fellow nurses in the comments section below!

Nurse Alice
"Nurse Alice" Benjamin, RN, MSN, ACNS-BC, PCCN-CMC is a nationally board-certified and award-winning cardiac clinical nurse specialist in critical care and adjunct clinical nursing faculty. She's also a national on-air health expert and has appeared on "The Dr. Oz Show," "The Doctors," "Dr. Drew," FOX, HLN and many more. She administers daily doses of health tips and health news to America via social media @AskNurseAlice. Visit for more information on Nurse Alice.

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