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Nursing Experts

Nurse expert witnesses professionals in this field may opine on the following areas, emergency, family practice, hemodialysis nursing, high risk labor, home health nurses, hospice, infection control, intensive care, labor and delivery, legal nurse consultants, life care planner, medical surgical, midwife, neonatal, nurse anesthetist and nurse practitioner. Nurse Expert Witnesses will review records and testify in personal injury and wrongful death related to medical practice matters.

Nurse Experts will also review records and provide opinion and testimony in all types specialty issues including bedsores, billing & coding, cardiac nursing, cardiology, case management, catastrophic case management, cath lab, charge nurse, correctional nurse, decubitus ulcers, dialysis or hemodialysis or as director of nursing

Nurse experts can also opine on nursing homes, pediatrics, physician's assistant, pressure ulcers, psychiatric, public health, rehabilitation, SART Nurse, sexual assault, skilled nursing facility, surgical or operating room or wound care

Consolidated Consultants has referred nurse expert witnesses to both Plaintiff and Defense attorneys for many years. Please review the wide variety of medical expert witnesses and use the "Request This Expert” option to contact us.
Advanced Practice
Advanced Practice Nurse Experts in this directory provide witness opinion and testimony in all types of General Adult Practice, Internal Medicine, Surgery, Hospital and Long Term Care issues for attorneys. In litigation, these experts provide chart review and opine on issues relating to medical care…
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Bedsores
Bedsores, also called pressure ulcers or decubitus ulcers, are areas of broken skin that can develop and are localized damage to the skin areas that experience breakage due to having been confined to bed for extended periods of time. Bedsores are common in people in hospitals and nursing homes and i…
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Billing & Coding
Medical billing Expert Witnesses provide opinion and testimony in all aspects of hospital, doctor offices and all other medical facilities billing and coding as it relates to medical records and insurance claims. Medical classification, or medical coding, is the process of transforming descriptions …
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Cardiac Nurse
Cardiac nursing is a nursing specialty that works with patients who suffer from various conditions of the cardiovascular system.
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Cardiology
Cardiac Care Nurses treat patients suffering from heart diseases and conditions.
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Case Management
Case management nurses are specialized registered nurses who manage the long-term care plans for patients with chronic or complicated medical conditions. These nurses work closely with patients and their loved ones to evaluate patients' needs and come up
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Catastrophic Case Management
Catastrophic Case Management Coordinates care for patients with catastrophic injuries and chronic illnesses. Ensures that patients are identified and receive the care and resources needed to treat their illnesses or injuries in the least restrictive setting at the most appropriate time.
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Cath Lab
Cardiac Cath Lab Nurse. Cardiac catheterization is the insertion of a catheter into a chamber or vessel of the heart. It can be used as a way to diagnose heart conditions, or as treatment. Cardiac Cath Lab Nurses assist doctors performing these procedures.
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Charge Nurse
Charge nurses are responsible for overseeing a specific department within a healthcare facility for their assigned shift. Individuals in this role perform such duties as delegating nursing assignments, preparing schedules, overseeing admissions and discharges, and monitoring and ordering medicines a…
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Correctional Nurse
Correctional nurses work in jails, detention centers, prisons, healing lodges, correctional centers, youth custody facilities, and halfway houses, detention center nursing and provide Prison healthcare.
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Decubitus Ulcers
Decubitus Ulcers are localized damage to the skin areas that experience breakage due to staying too long in a single position without shifting the body weight. These can occur in hospital settings, like skilled nursing homes or Adult Living Facilities and these expert witnesses can provide opinions
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Dialysis/Hemodialysis
Dialysis nursing is a sub-specialty within the specialty of nephrology nursing. Nephrology nurses specialize in the care of patients who have kidney disorders, dialysis, hemodialysis, kidney failure or diseases.
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Director of Nursing
Director of Nursing Expert Witnesses are nurse administrators who work at hospitals, nursing homes and other healthcare facilities including Skilled Nursing Facilties (SNF), Residential Care Facilities, Emergency Rooms and Correctional Facilities. Director of Nursing Expert Witnesses duties might in…
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Emergency
Emergency room (ER) nurses work in critical care emergency facilities to assist doctors and work with emergency medical technicians in helping people in pain and possibly life-threatening trauma. See also Trauma Nurse
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Family Practice
Family Nurse Practitioners work with patients throughout their lives, diagnosing illness, conducting exams, and prescribing medication. These nurses can also serve as their patients’ sole health care provider and run their own private practices.
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Hemodialysis Nursing
Hemodialysis nurses work in home or hospital settings with other medical staff, assisting in the dialysis treatment of patients with kidney failure. These types of nurses must have experience with technical medical equipment.
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High Risk Labor
High Risk Labor nurses that treat pregnant women who are critically ill and at high risk for life-threatening health problems.
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Home Health Nurses
Home health nurses provide nursing services for persons who are home bound and physically unable to visit a physician’s office or other treatment facility. This includes elderly adults with long-term illness or disability, and also persons who are recuperating from major surgery. The duties of…
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Hospice
A hospice nurse serves as a case manager and advocate for their patients. Their job is to monitor vital signs; manage medications, particularly for pain; and generally take care of the needs of the patient.
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Infection Control
The role of the Nurse Infection Prevention and Control Specialist is straight forward: identify, prevent, and control outbreaks of infection in health care settings and the community; however, the activities, knowledge and skills required are exceptionally advanced and complex.
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Intensive Care
Intensive care unit (ICU) staff RNs provide care for patients with life-threatening medical conditions. These nurses work in the critical care unit of a hospital or healthcare facility and look after patients who have experienced invasive surgery, acciden
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Labor and Delivery
Labor and delivery nurses are nurses that assist women during the process of childbirth.
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Legal Nurse Consultants
A legal nurse consultant (LNC) is a registered nurse who uses expertise as a health care provider and specialized training to consult on medical-related legal cases. LNCs assist attorneys in reading medical records and understanding medical terminology and healthcare issues to achieve the best resul…
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Life Care Planner
Nurse Life Care Planners create healthcare roadmaps. These nurses help patients who have suffered catastrophic injuries and illnesses, advocate for them, and plan out their care. Nurse Life Care Planners work with a patient's family, insurance company, attorneys, and others to develop a life care pl…
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Medical Surgical
Medical-surgical nursing is a specialty area concerned with the care of adult patients in a broad range of settings. The nursing care of adult patients whose conditions or disorders are treated medically, pharmacologically, or surgically.
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Midwife
Cares for childbearing women during preconception, prenatal, labor and delivery, and postpartum periods, and provides perinatal care, family-planning counseling and gynecological care.
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Neonatal
Neonatal nursing is a subspecialty of nursing that works with newborn infants born with a variety of problems ranging from prematurity, birth defects, infection, cardiac malformations, and surgical problems.
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Nurse Anesthetist
The practice of anesthesia is a recognized specialty within the profession of nursing, and nurse anesthetists are essential to the healthcare workforce. The Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) administers anesthesia for all types of surgical cases, from the simplest to the most complex.
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Nurse Practitioner
Nurse practitioners (NPs) are advanced practice registered nurses who provide care to patients throughout the lifespan, from premature newborns to the elderly. They perform comprehensive and focused physical examinations; diagnose and treat common acute
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Pediatrics
A pediatric nurse works with children of all ages suffering from many different conditions. They play a key role in assessing children's nursing needs, taking into account their medical, social, cultural and family circumstances. Pediatric nurses then pla
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Physician's Assistant
Physician Assistant Experts in this Nurse Practitioner, Physician’s Assistant and Advance Practice Nurse directory provide witness opinion and testimony in all types of Physician Assistant Practice for attorneys. In litigation, these Physician Assistant Experts provide chart review and opine on issu…
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Pressure Ulcers
Pressure Ulcers or Pressure sores are a serious complication of multimorbidity and lack of mobility. It is an injury to the skin caused by constant pressure.. As people age, their skin becomes thinner, drier, and less elastic, so it is more easily injured. Nurse expert witnesses in this field can op…
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Psychiatric
Psychiatric Nurses treat patients diagnosed with conditions like schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and depression. They’re also trained in behavioral therapy, which allows these nurses to teach patients, and their loved ones, how to deal with challenges
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Public Health
Public health nurses care for entire populations. By working with whole communities, public health nurses are able to educate people about health issues, improve community health and safety and increase access to care.
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Radiology Nurses
A radiology or medical imaging nurse is a registered or enrolled nurse who provides care to patients attending the radiology department of a hospital or a private radiology practice. Radiology nurses care for patients undergoing diagnostic or therapeutic radiology imaging and treatments. They are an…
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Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation Nurses help patients with long-term physical disabilities, or chronic illnesses, deal with their limitations and reach their full potential. These nurses work with patients, and their family members, to create a recovery plan and set short
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SART Nurse
Sexual Assault Response Team - SART stands for Sexual Assault Response Team and is the term used to describe an evidentiary medical exam. The examiner usually uses a Rape Kit to collect evidence.
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Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Expert Witness
A Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Expert Witness (SANE) is a Registered Nurse who has been specially trained to provide comprehensive, uninterrupted care to sexual assault survivors, including conducting the forensic collection of evidence. SANE Expert witnesses utilize Sexual Assault Response Team, o…
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Skilled Nursing Facility
Skilled nursing care consists of those services that must be performed by a registered nurse or licensed practical (vocational) nurse, and meet all of the criteria for skilled nursing services.
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Surgical/Operating Room
Nurses who assist in general surgery procedures handle a variety of tasks, including handing the surgeon surgical tools and intervening if complications occur. Also called perioperative nurses, these registered nurses care for patients before, during and after surgery.
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Wound Care
A Wound and Ostomy Nurse cares for patients with wounds caused by medical treatments, diseases, or injuries. They also provide post-surgery treatment and care for patients with ostomies, which are surgical openings that allow for the elimination of bodi
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