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Research Proposals On Medical Surgical Nursing Essays and Term Papers

  • Medical Surgical Nursing

    pt and family must be viewed as one unit * Home care of the dying is necessary * Bereavement care must be provided to family members * Research and education should be ongoing The assessment of end of life beliefs, preferences, and practices should be carried out in short segments over a...

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  • Medical-Surgical Nursing

    Lewis et al: Medical-Surgical Nursing: Assessment and Management of Clinical Problems, 7th edition Key Points Chapter 1: Nursing Practice Today • Nursing involves the (1) protection, promotion, and optimization of health and abilities; (2) prevention of illness and injury; (3) alleviation...

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  • Medical Surgical Nursing

    La Salle University School of Nursing and Health Sciences Undergraduate Nursing Program Spring 2014 COURSE NUMBER: NUR 316 TITLE: Care of Older Adults in Health and Illness CREDIT/CLOCK HOURS: 5 credits 3 hours theory per week; 8 hours of clinical practice for 9 weeks, 4 hours Hospital...

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  • Medical Surgical Nursing

    openness and to offer facts to facilitate communication. Patience, sensitivity, and a desire to learn about other cultures and groups will enhance the nursing care of all women. PERIMENOPAUSE Perimenopause is the period extending from the first signs of menopause – usually hot flashes, vaginal dryness...

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  • Medical Surgical Nursing

    Lorma Colleges City of San Fernando 2500 La Union College of Nursing NCM 103 First Semester School Year 2013 – 2014 Case Study: Management of Patients With Dysrhythmias and Conduction Problems Abby, is 21 years of age and is a female patient...

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  • Research Proposal on Cultural Diversity in Nursing

    TITLE OF THE STUDY: (Culturally Diverse Nursing) The perception of nurses on working with other nurses of different nationalities and cultural backgrounds and its impact on their working relationship and patient care. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Globalization has led to the creation of a new...

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  • Medical Surgical

    severe cardiac problems? a. Decrease heart rate b. Decreased cardiac output c. Increased plasma volume d. Increased blood pressure 4. The priority nursing diagnosis for the patient with cardiomyopathy is: a. Anxiety related to risk of declining health status. b. Ineffective individual coping related...

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  • Medical Surgical Assessment Skills

    Medical Surgical Nursing Assessment Skills A nurse’s proper neurologic assessment skills are vital in medical surgical. The nurse needs to know how to correctly assess and evaluate the patient’s neurological state in the acute care setting. In the article, Neurologic Assessment Skills for the Acute...

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  • Medical-Surgical Reviewer

    |CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS |ASSESSMENT AND DIAGNOSIS |MEDICAL MANAGEMENT |NURSING MANAGEMENT | |Chronic Kidney Disease |Elevated serum creatinine...

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  • Surgical Nursing Care

    Surgical Nursing Care Impeccable nursing care is an essential contribution to the successful outcome of a patient scheduled to undergo a surgical procedure. An efficient preoperative nursing assessment includes that of the patient’s state of mind. Most patients are understandably nervous or anxious...

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  • Medical-Surgical Blog

    This week, I encountered one particular patient named Lucille (pseudonym) a 69-years-old woman with diabetes who has had her left toes amputated for gangrene. As I approach her room, my feelings were mixed as I detected restlessness in her voice as she moaned. She stated that her shoulder and feet hurt...

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  • A Research Proposal on Reproductive Health of Women and Its Relation with Medical Facilities

    suffer from long-term ailments due to lack of consciousness of the family as well as the lack of medical facility for maternal health. Most of the causes can be prevented and treated by providing Medical Care during pregnancy and follow up of postpartum period. Developing capacity of the service providers...

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  • Impact of Medical Errors in Surgical Department

    Methods/Data For the purpose of predicting the effect of surgical medical errors on medical expenditures, 90 days after surgery data have been collected from 2001–2002 MarketScan insurance claims of 5.6 million enrollees. The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Patient Safety Indicators (PSIs) were used...

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  • Medical Research

    Problem Solving (Insight) The Inferential System probably was formed during evolution to produce perceptions. But it produces most (if not all) of the thoughts that appear in human consciousness. This includes insights in problem solving. This essay continues the theme of learning more about the...

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  • Medical Research

    Recently, a medical research team has managed to grow a rat heart in the lab and start it beating. Medical research is imperative to the future but at the same time, it can be of great consequence. It allows us to create a less complicated process for organ donating. Medical research will also allow...

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  • Surgical Technology Research Paper

    ST 115 Portfolio Surgical Technology June 20, 2013 Certification The field of surgical technology is home to a number of organizations and designations. This means that the people who work within the field are committed to making sure that surgical technology remains a great career choice...

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  • Medical Research

    uterine incision or more than one previous low-segment cesarean delivery), and previous participation in the Twin Birth Study. Study Oversight The research ethics committee at each participating center approved the study protocol, which is available with the full text of this article at NEJM.org. The...

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  • Medical Research

    Medical Research Outline I. Introduction Beep! Beep! Beep! The heart monitor beeps every time his heart does the boys face is unemotional to him its already over. As he sleeps next to him are all his family members many speechless and most in tears as they watch the 13 year old boy's last moments...

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  • Medical Research

    Medical Research Paper Outline: Introduction How stretching improves flexibility Different types of stretching/flexibility techniques How it effects joints and ligaments and how environment effects it How gymnastics uses flexibility to positively effect body Conclusion Stretching of the...

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  • Medical Research

    not include medical treatment. "The Court's decisions recognizing a right of privacy also acknowledge that some state regulation in areas protected by that right is appropriate. As noted above, a State may properly assert important interests in safeguarding health, in maintaining medical standards...

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