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Cardiac nursing

Cardiac nursing could be a nursing specialty that works with patients who are suffering from numerous conditions of the circulatory system. Viscos nurses facilitate treat conditions like unstable angina, heart disease, artery sickness, symptom failure, myocardial infarct and viscos dysrhythmia underneath the direction of a specialist. Viscos nurses perform operative care on a surgical unit, check evaluations, viscos watching, vascular watching, and health assessments. Viscos nurses should have Basic Life Support and Advanced viscos Life Support certification. Additionally, viscos nurses should possess specialized skills as well as EKG watching, medical aid, and medicine administration by continuous trickle. Viscos nurses add many various environments, as well as coronary care units (CCU), viscos catheterization, medical aid units (ICU), in operation theatres, viscos rehabilitation centers, clinical analysis, viscos surgery wards, vessel medical aid units (CVICU), and viscos medical war

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Health care

Health care or tending is that the maintenance or improvement of health via the bar, diagnosis, and treatment of illness, illness, injury, and different physical and mental impairments in kith and kin. Tending is delivered by health professionals (providers or practitioners) in allied health fields. Dentistry, Midwifery, Nursing, Medicine, Optometry, Audiology, Pharmacy, Psychology, Physical therapy, physiatrist and different health professions are all a part of tending. It includes work drained providing medical aid, secondary care, and tertiary care, likewise as publicly health. Access to health care might vary across countries, communities, and people, mostly influenced by social and economic conditions likewise because the health policies in situ. Countries and jurisdictions have totally different policies and plans in regard to the non-public and population-based health care goals among their societies. Tending systems are organizations established to satisfy the health desires of

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Nursing care

by DynaJolly2 months ago

Nursing care is a study which deals with the healthcare of the patients. Nurses approaches differently to different patients according to their health, in order to treat the illness and maintain the good health. Nursing is quite distinct from other health cares and it is present in all over the world. The role of nurse is to treat the disease with good medication and taking care of the patient. The nurses mainly take special care on aspects like vaccination programme and specific treatment practices, personal and community hygiene. Nursing includes the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and the care of ill, disabled and dying people. Advocacy, promotion of a safe environment, research, participation in shaping health policy and in patient and health systems management, and education are also key nursing roles. Nursing care for individuals of all the ages who are healthy and ill in a comprehensive manner based on the individual’s emotional, intellectual, physical, spiritual and

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Preclinical Toxicity Studies-Tool of Drug Discovery

As per WHO “Drug is any substance or product that is used or is intended to be used to modify or explore physiological systems or pathological states for the benefit of the recipient”. Hence the prime objective of using any substance as a drug is that it must be beneficial for the humans. A large number of compounds are synthesized every year but they cannot be directly used in humans as drugs because no one knows or can predict the possible harmful effects of these compounds in humans. That is why to explore the complete pharmacological profile of these compounds and to ensure complete human safety they are first tested on animals before clinical use. Preclinical Studies thus can be defined as “Testing the newly discovered compound in animals with the objective of gaining information regarding the various aspects of the compound with respect to the biological systems so that the same can be extrapolated for the use of that compound in humans”. As the evaluation progresses undesirable

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The Three C’s of Effective Online Instruction

Edelweiss Publications invite you submit your scientific work towards Nursing Care Journal. Although much focus is given to the technological and instructional delivery aspects of  online  learning,  there  is  also  much  research  available  that  indicates  that  online learners perceive instructional effectiveness in the online classroom based on cognitive and social aspects more so than the mechanisms for delivery of content. The perception that online learners do not crave a socially intimate and cognitively meaningful learning experience is false, and often these aspects contribute the greatest to the student’s overall satisfaction with the online learning experience. Behaviors and actions that can be modeled and implemented quite easily in any online course that will significantly increase the effectiveness of online instruction are those that develop and promote communication, connectivity, and compassion. In fact, the Institute for Higher Education Policy’s 2000 report of ben

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Changing Demographics & Dementia: A Reflection on the Challenges Ahead for India

India being  the  second  most  populous  country  in  the  globe  is  expected  to  surpass  China  by  2022  (United  Nations  Report).  The demographic structure  of  India  is  changing  at  a  rapid  pace  with  an  increase  the  proportion  of  old  age  population  (Subaiya,  2011).  The elders are socially deprived and have little or no access to Social support, security and insurance. The old-age problems are not only associated with deteriorating physical health but also affects their mental well-being. However, the ageing literature is closely associated with physical health problems often ignoring the mental issues owing to social stigma attached with it. The present research is an attempt to fill this gap, with a particular focus on Dementia,  which  is  associated  with  impairment  of  effective  functioning  of  brain.  The  study  assesses  the  changing  demographic  trends  and  the associated  constraints  pertaining  to  the  delivery  of  health  care  services 

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A Cross-Sectional Study of Client Satisfaction towards Services

Evaluating of client satisfaction is along-established and vital aspect of measuring the quality and sustainability of a service [1,2]. Client satisfaction, as a performance measure is considered as the personal evaluation or appraisal of health care services and providers. Although an increasing focus of client satisfaction in pharmacy is being shifted from dispensing functions, error rates, and costs to the quality of pharmacy performance, including patient care services, available literature on pharmacist performance of patient care services in comprehensive medication management is limited [2].

Without appropriate client satisfaction measures demonstrating value, pharmacists can be at a shortcoming when requesting reimbursement for these pharmacy services [3]. It serves as a bond between patients desires and services that are provided and allows an assessment that directly reflects the patients perspective on a service [4].

Boru meda Hospital (BMH) has therefore already a competi

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Factors Associated With Domestic Violence among the 50 Years and above Living with Hiv/Aids

Nursing care Journal involves in all the aspects related to nursing care. Domestic violence cuts cross all age groups and globally, between 10% and 69% of women report of having been physically assaulted by their sexual partner at least once in their life. Furthermore, between 6% and 47% of adult women report of having been sexually assaulted by their sexual partners while between 7% and 48% of girls and  young  women  at  least  reported  their  first  sexual  episode  to  have  been  forced. Understanding of domestic violence issues and integrating them in the current treatment regimens is critical for success of treatment regimens of the above 50 years PLWH as domestic violence is blamed to hamper adherence to ARVS and ART, condom use among others. Hence the main objective of the study was to find out factors associated with domestic violence among the 50 years and above population living with HIV/AIDS, making a case study of Mukono hospital patients. Specifically the study intended

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Perceived Physical Barriers to Maternal Health Seeking Behavior among Rural Women

Maternal health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being of the mother; it is a resource for everyday life of the mother. It encompasses the health care dimensions of family planning, preconception, prenatal, and postnatal care in order to reduce maternal morbidity and mortality. The use of antenatal, delivery and postnatal care services can be accessed through the number and timing of ANC visits, proportion of births delivered in health centers, attendants during delivery and antenatal care and number of postnatal visits. Health care services during pregnancy and after delivery are important for the survival and wellbeing of both the mother and the infant. The overall objective of this study is to investigate the perceived physical barriers to maternal health seeking behavior of rural women in Raya Alamata district.

Based on the finding this study, the majority of the respondents 31% were found between the age category of 25-34 years, 87.5% were married, 93.6% be

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Adverse Birth Out Comes and Associated Factors among Delivered Mothers

Introduction:

Though there are studies on the various forms of adverse birth outcomes particularly in developing countries, there is limited information on determinant maternal and fetal factors of adverse birth outcomes at Dessie referral hospital including north east Ethiopia.

Objective:

To assess adverse birth outcomes and associated factors among delivered mothers in Dessie referral hospital, Dessie, Ethiopia.

Methods:

Institutional based cross sectional study design was conducted in Dessie referral hospital from February 30-March 30, 2017. Random sampling technique was used and 462 sample size was deployed. The collected data was checked; coded and entered to Epi info 7.3 and exported to SPSS version 20 for further analysis. Bivariate logistic regression model used to determine the independent association of dependent and independent variables on the bases of COR; 95 percent of confidence level and significance level of 0.25 Those variables which had significance level of les

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