Nurses who use wheelchairs

The following article on NewMobility.com provides examples of nurses who use wheelchairs. The article includes a story about a nurse who was working in neurosurgery intensive care nursing when she began experiencing symptoms of multiple sclerosis. A nursing student who broke her neck in a fall. A pediatric nurse who contracted malaria in Ghana and had to have all four limbs partially amputated. A nurse who experienced an auto accident with a C5-6 incomplete burst fracture. A nurse who has transverse myelitis and hip dysplasia. A nurse with an autoimmune disease. A nurse who fell rock climbing and sustained a T9 complete spinal cord injury.

Read the complete story here: http://www.newmobility.com/2019/04/nurses-on-wheels/

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