Open Access Short Communication

Nursery Service in Modern Days

Da Yong Lu*1, Yu Zheng ChenM2, Da Feng Lu2 and Jin Yu Che1

1Shanghai University, China

2The Second Hospital of Neijiang District, Sichuan Province, China

Corresponding Author

Received Date: April 15, 2019;  Published Date: April 26, 2019


Nursery service is the main part of healthcare efforts worldwide. Patient’s recovery and survivals need high quality nursery to support and promotions. In this editorial, many pathways, like education improvements, medical knowledge for nurses and willing to take parts of more responsibility from nursery care are addressed.

Keywords: Healthcare; Nursing; Medical service; Modern technology; Mathematicians; Psycho-analysis

Introduction for Nursery Service Worldwide

Today, a half of major diseases are chronic diseases. Their recovery processes are not defined in operation-room (surgery). But, getting better in the bedside (therapeutic conventions— drugs, nutrition, instruments and nursery). A great proportion of healthcare services are both doctors and nursing [1-7]. Any unilateral activity may compromise medication quality. The promotion of the quality and scope of nursing activity is especially important for medical study and practices. However, current nursing activities in hospitals does not receive enough academic respects globally.

Requirement for High Quality Nursery

There is no nursery knowledge that can be applied on every medical discipline. Nursery education plays key role for clinical nursery practice [8,9].

System developments for nursery services and education are indispensable [10]. This educational difference requires efforts among teachers and nurses. Good teamwork and cooperative efforts can provide better nursery services [11-13]. Therapeutics in the future is no longer a performance and decision-making by doctors alone. Many technical or assistance forces will take part of medical practice for quality boosting-including pharmacologists, pathologists, biochemical technologists, nurses, mathematicians and many others [11-13]. Without the assistance of these experts, clinical doctors will be narrow-minded and difficult to execute best therapeutics for all patients.

Medical Services in Different Areas

In summary, different types of nursery play key roles in clinical trials, especially chronic diseases, such as HIV/AIDS treatments [14], mental diseases [15-18], bone disorders [18-21], metabolic diseases [22-27], cancers [28,29] and so on. To promote medical practice, nurses must play very important responsibility in medical treatments.

Feedback from Nurses

If a doctor makes mistake in patient’s treatment, nurses must report these mistakes to regulatory organization [30]. These efforts can determine the quality of healthcare services in the hospitals.


Patient’s care and nursery play important roles for patient treatments and recovery. High quality nursery work is much needed.



Conflict of Interest

No conflict of interest.


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