Nursing practitioners give essential and specialized medical services to people, families,
gatherings, and communities in an extensive variety of settings from nurse-managed centers, nursing
homes, and hospital's facilities, workplaces, schools, or their private practices. Most have specialties, for
instance, adults, family, pediatric, or gerontological care. NPs take patient histories; conduct physical
exams; diagnose and treat basic illnesses and wounds; give inoculations; manage hypertension,
diabetes, and other conditions; counsel patien...