La importancia y significación de la enfermería industrial
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The industrial nurse works in an industrial plant, where in addition to manual workers and white-collar workers there is a manager, a physician (sometimes full-time, sometimes not), and a community either large or small acts as a framework and support to all these elements. This paper deals with the functions, possibilities, duties, rights and limitations of the industrial nurses vis-ã-vis workers, manager, the factory doctor, health and welfare agencies and even the professional nurses association of the community on which the industrial plant, no less than its employees, depends
The importance an significance of industrial nursing
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