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LPNs can choose to specialize in cardiology to provide care to patients with heart conditions. Cardiology LPNs work closely with cardiologists and other healthcare providers to monitor, assess, and care for patients before, during, and after cardiac procedures and surgeries.
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LPNs can work in chiropractic settings to assist with patient care and office/clinic operations. Chiropractic LPNs collaborate with chiropractors to provide quality care to patients undergoing spinal adjustments, manipulations, or other alternative treatments.
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LPNs provide vital patient care and support in a wide variety of clinical settings under the direction of registered nurses and physicians. Clinical LPNs work closely with healthcare teams to deliver direct bedside nursing care to patients in facilities like hospitals, clinics, doctor offices, and more.
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For those interested in women's healthcare, becoming a LPN specializing in obstetric care may be appealing. This specialized field requires a broad knowledge of care for women of all ages and life stages. LPNs in this area assist with prenatal care, labor and delivery, postpartum care, and general gynecological health.
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Pediatric LPNs play a vital role in caring for children in medical settings. Duties involve assisting pediatricians and registered nurses with providing medical care and emotional support to pediatric patients.
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LPNs can choose to specialize in dermatology to help treat patients with skin conditions under the direction of a dermatologist. Dermatology LPNs play a key role in assisting with exams, procedures, patient education, and coordinating care.
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LPNs can choose to specialize in podiatry to care for patients with foot, ankle, and lower leg conditions under the direction of podiatrists. Podiatric LPNs assist podiatrists in providing treatments and procedures to improve patient mobility, comfort, and quality of life.
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LPNs can specialize in ophthalmology to help provide care to patients undergoing treatment for various eye conditions and diseases. Ophthalmology LPNs assist ophthalmologists in delivering quality eye care through assessments, procedures, surgery, medication management, and patient education.
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