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The main purpose of a restorative nursing assistant is to assist in restoring patient mobility by performing duties such as maintaining a record of patient health care activities, administering treatments, and assisting ... More »

Nursing patient assessment forms contain questions about the patient's health history, mental state and current medical requirements, according to the New York State Department of Health. The form is customized to the ty... More »

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