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Papers On Nursing : Birth Through Death
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Individual Differences in Patient Care: From Postoperative Pain Management to Chronic Illness and Injury
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A 6 page review of two nursing articles dealing with patient care. The author of this paper provides an overview of each article, its presentation style, and findings, and identifies similarities in the message being conveyed by both articles. In addition to the direct impacts to health, illness and injury can result in a number of complex problems. The literature is replete with examples of treatment regimes and recovery expectations but always at mind must be individual variation in both physiology, emotion, and manner of dealing. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: PPcoping.rtf

Individual Health Promotion: Obesity
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A 5 page paper describing addressing a middle-aged woman’s obesity, including a theoretical base. She leads a busy life and has little time for daily cooking or daily exercise if it has to be added to her already-full schedule. The aim of the health promotion – aside from addressing Mrs. X’s obesity and health risk factors – is to approach it in such a way that it is not yet another chore imposing itself on Mrs. X’s or her family’s schedule. It must be time efficient in order to work in Mrs. X’s life and to have any chance of becoming a point of permanent change in habits. The promotion addresses diet, exercise and promoting healthy habits. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KSnursHlthProFat.rtf

Indoor Air Quality in Hospitals
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A 30 page paper that provides a comprehensive overview of the problem of addressing indoor air quality in hospital settings to prevent the spread of infection. This paper considers the scope of the problem, reflects upon the most commonly applied solutions to the problem, and considers their effectiveness in hospital settings. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: Hospair.wps

Infant Pain
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This 10 page paper provides an overview of a study of infant pain and the first two chapters, including an introduction and review of literature, for this research study. Bibliography lists 23 sources.
Filename: MHNeoPIP.rtf

Infection Control 1850 - 1950
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This 5 page paper considers the developments in infection control over this pivotal period. Starting with the international development in microbiology, including the contributions of people such as Agostino Bassi de Lodi, Ignaz Semmelweiss, Louis Pasteur, Joseph Lister and Robert Koch. The paper then goes on to consider how the United Kingdom dealt with public health issues in regards to infection control as a result of these discoveries. The paper includes the work of Dr John Simon and the relevant acts of Parliament through to the appointment of the first infection control nurse in 1959. The bibliography cites 5 sources.
Filename: TEinfcon.wps

Infection Control by Nurses
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5 pages. As a nurse it is imperative that all manner of infection control be utilized in order to not spread germs from one patient to another. This paper will focus mainly on the effect of handwashing in keeping infection from spreading. The principles of asepsis is also discussed.
Filename: JGAhandw.rtf

Infection Control within the Roy Model
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A 9 page paper discussing a case of Streptococcus a infection in an elderly woman following myocardial infarction and bypass surgery, in terms of Roy’s adaptation model. The Roy model imposes a responsibility on the part of the nurse(s) involved to adapt to changing conditions so that they can provide higher quality nursing care. The nurses of the medical/surgical floor are obliged to adapt to changing conditions and then to take steps to address conditions as they exist at any given time. The Roy model dictates that conditions will change; nurses are obliged to change with them. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: KSnursRoyStrep.rtf

Infection Control; Non Dedicated Equipment, Especially the Risks and Use of Scissors
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In the hospital environment infection control is very important. This 17 page paper looks at an aspect of infections control that is often overlooked; the use and treatment of non dedicated equipment, such as scissors and stethoscopes. The paper looks at how and why this type of equipment can pose a cross infection risk and needs to be subject to policy and procedures to prevent the spread of infection. Looking at research and practice the paper uses scissors as the example and demonstrates the risk and the way in which that risk is and has been controlled. The bibliography cites 15 sources.
Filename: TEscissor.rtf


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