Clinical Issue

Clinical Issue is the section covers the number of objects about general disease units. Each disease is defined in terms of its Pathogens, sign, symptoms and incidence.

Allergy Meaning, Types and History

Allergy Meaning: The word allergy comes from two Greek words, allos meaning other, and ergon, meaning energy. An allergic reaction is an altered reaction to some outside stimulus. Something that provokes such an altered reaction is called an allergen or Allergy meaning. Another word for such a reaction is sometimes called hypersensitivity. Such a response is …

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Care of a Mechanically Ventilated Unconscious Patient

Care of a Mechanically Ventilated Unconscious Patient The unconscious patient is a very special patient. Requires to spend a lot of time on it. The nurse must take care of the patient in every dimension, the patient will not say what help he wants from us. That is why we nurses have to recognize all care …

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Supply of Infusion Fluids

Transfusion of infusion fluids is one of the basic therapies used in the hospital. The nurse has its share because as a person performing a medical order, he not only performs intravenous punctures, but also transfuses infusion fluids and keeps their balance. Fluid infusion is carried out on patients who cannot take them by mouth, …

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Nursing Diagnosis for Sepsis

  Nursing Diagnosis for Sepsis: Sepsis is one of the main causes of death in patients in hospitals around the world. Severe sepsis only in the UK causes about 37,000 deaths each year  It’s more than breast and colorectal cancers combined, but awareness of this condition remains limited. Despite various campaigns and the availability of …

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How to care for a, Hemodialysis patients?

Hemodialysis is an extracorporeal dialysis method in Hemodialysis patients, with chronic renal failure. It allows you to remove protein and mineral catabolism products and excess water consumed. 3.5 – 5 hours Hemodialysis patients, in which the main mechanism of substance exchange in the dialyses is diffusion occurring through the semi-permeable dialysis membrane, is considered “classical” …

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Caring for Patient After Kidney Transplantation OP

Caring for patient after kidney transplantation OP is to educate the patient, select optimal and individualized Immunosuppressive treatment, prevent complications, detect them early, and treat them when they occur. Immunosuppressive therapy is intended to prevent and treat transplant rejection. The patient must take these medications every day, otherwise he may lose the transplant. Patients usually …

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Typical Surgeon Schedule & Emergency Operation

Typical Surgeon Schedule & Emergency Operation are those for which the patient has not been previously prepared and often enters the operating room directly from the “street”, these are the most stressful situations forboth the patient and family and staff. The risk of complications after such Typical Surgeon Schedule operations, despite the best care and …

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What Happens During Surgery Prep

Preparing the Patient for Surgery: What Happens During Surgery Prep during Preparing the patient for surgery The upcoming surgery is a stressful event for the patient and his family, to reduce this stress it is worth knowing what awaits us in the hospital, how to prepare for the stay and the operation itself. Let’s start …

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Types of Sutures

The basic tools uses for Surgical sewing are: vices, surgical tweezers, scissors and peanuts for most Types of Sutures. The choice of sewing method and the material we will use depends on the depth of the wound and the structure that is stitched. First, we look at the types of seams and needles. The needles are …

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