Kimberly Madison BSN, MSN

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Kimberly Madison has 13 years experience as a BSN, MSN and specializes in Analytics, Quality, Trauma, Clinical Registries.

Kimberly Madison, MS, RN, has over 13 years of experience in telemetry, med-surg, acute rehabilitation, orthopedics, emergency medicine, trauma, pediatrics, quality and patient safety, analytics, and performance improvement. She enjoys writing about health and medical topics for consumer and clinician audiences.

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    About Gout | Knowledge is Power

    @sandee Oceans I am glad you found this article informative. Thanks for sharing your personal experience with gout.
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    About Gout | Knowledge is Power

    @Kitiger, RN That sounds terribly painful! I hope your mother is doing better. While I don't know how common it is for crystals to break through the skin, I understand monosodium urate crystals can be large enough to see in a synovial fluid sample. I...
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    About Gout | Knowledge is Power

    Thanks for reading, traumaRUs. I appreciate your valuable feedback 😊.
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    About Gout | Knowledge is Power

    Thanks for commenting, amoLucia. I am glad you found this article informative😊
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    About Gout | Knowledge is Power

    Inflammatory Arthritis According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Statistics, around 58.5 million people in the United States (U.S.) have a form of arthritis1. Non-inflammatory and inflammatory are the two major ca...
  6. Breast cancer and cervical cancer screening tests in the United States dropped significantly when COVID-19 cases spiked, according to CDC health scientists. Introduction In the United States, over the past years, the incidence of breast canc...
  7. Last year, a primary care provider diagnosed my family member with type 2 diabetes. Now, he was no stranger to diabetes. He was a caregiver to his mother, who had type 1 diabetes and had some awareness of daily self-care activities required to keep h...