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Introduction Nursing practitioners, much like other professionals, have unique binding values, attitudes and behaviors. This paper outlines these values and their significance to nursing practitioners in their daily practice. Two theories of nursing form the basis of this project. These theories are important since despite the evolving nature of the nursing profession over time due…

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Introduction Accountability is a key concern for nurses and midwives in the National Health Service (NHS) today. Accountability means assuming responsibility for ones actions (Daniels 2004). The modern concept of professional accountability, applied to nursing, assumes that the nurse is a member of a profession. It depends on individual nurses being aware of their membership…

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Introduction PEFR value means peak expiratory flow rate that is a persons maximum speed of expiration. It can be measured by peak flow meter which is a simple device. People can use it monitoring their lung function in respiratory diseases. As a lung function test, it can be differentiated obstructive airway diseases such as asthma,…

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Medical Diagnosis/Reason for Admission __Post-operative _pain____ Admitting Diagnosis: RIGHT KNEE REVISION Describe (Brief Pathophysiology in your own words, including HPI)__Patient is a 74 years female with right knee revision due to acute post-operative pain came in for surgical consultation due to continued pain and a valgus deformity after having cast removed. She is on hinged…

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PART A Introduction Asthma is a chronic disease of the airways. Asthma causes the muscles in the airways to tighten and the lining of the airway becomes swollen and inflamed, producing sticky mucous. These changes cause the airways to become narrow, making it difficult to breathe. This may lead to wheezing, shortness of breath and…

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Introduction Imagine being born into a world of violence, betrayal, broken family, imprisonment, and utter misery. Then imagine having to harbor such atrocities and hardships internally with no time for remorse. One could say with certainty that such internal pain could lead to a whirl-wind of self destruction and violent tendencies later in life. This…

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Introduction Madeleine Leninger was born on July 23 1925 in Sutton, Nebraska. She is a Fellow of the Royal College of Nursing in Australia, and a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing. Her theory of Culture Care is now a nursing discipline. In this modern health care system, nurses should consider culture as an important aspect…

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Introduction In the early 40s Dove shaped the formula for the future Dove bar, the brand’s first mild soap. It is then refined into the Dove Beauty Bar. In 1957, the product is launched onto the market. The latter meets a quick success and is rapidly recommended by skin specialist. Thanks to its inner qualities,…

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Introduction The role of theory to the profession of nursing is a foundational one. The presence of theory and a specialized scientific knowledge base coupled with unique practice abilities establish nursing as a profession (Alligood, 2013a). Theories provide nursing with a perspective that emphasizes the knowledge focused thinking pattern and decision making skills that are…

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Introduction It may be defined as: “A neurosurgical procedure wherein the connections to and from the brain’s prefrontal cortex are cut. This procedure was performed to try and neutralize the mentally ill. The man responsible for this technique was named Walter Freeman”. EARLY HISTORY OF LOBOTOMIES: The first time lobotomies were performed in 1935 by…

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