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Trainee Assistant Practitioner

This essay describes the effect of an assault on a young male patient. During a night out in Leeds. It also describes the trauma of the family, friends, police officers and staff on intensive care. It will also explain the reason for a patient being intubated (using an endotracheal) and ventilated. When working as a […]

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Devising a care plan for a patient

The following care plan will be based on a personal experience with a patient who was nursed on a hospital ward. This interaction took place on an Orthopaedic Ward. The patient was selected as the subject of this assignment because the author carried out the initial assessment. During this pre-admission assessment a good rapport was […]

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The plan of care for a selected patient, within an inpatient setting

This assignment will present a holistic profile and discuss the plan of care for a selected patient, within an inpatient setting. This will be through the understanding of the nursing process concluding with the reflection of my learning from assessing and caring for my patient. The purpose of the nursing care plan is that it […]

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Conduction aphasia: A case study review

The purpose of this essay is to review the published case study “Breaking the mirror: Asymmetrical disconnection between the phonological input and output codes” by Jacquemot, Dupoux and Bachoud-Levi (2007). This study focuses on patient (F. A) who after a stroke, developed conduction aphasia, a rare acquired language disorder (Dell et al 1997), which impaired […]

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Whose Life is it Anyway

Ken Harrison is suffering from a ruptured spinal column and various other blood problems. He cannot lead life by himself outside the hospital. His sickness will kill him and so he has to be kept alive by medical technology. He is however very determined to exercise a choice over his own life or death. He […]

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Casualty and ER

The staffs in both ‘Casualty’ and ‘ER’ are rushed and under pressure to treat the patient and move on to the next. This seems to be achieved more successfully in ‘ER’ than ‘Casualty’ because in ‘Casualty’ patients waited up to 10 hours to be treated and during that time they were left on trolleys in […]

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The ER Nurse and Patient Rights

The paper demonstrates the Issues and concerns when an emergency department patient refuses treatment and how to determine if they are capable to do so. As such, this paper should be of interest toa broad readership including those interested in mental capacity as defined by state statute, emergency etention, discharges of against medical advice, and […]

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Patient Information System

1.0 Introduction We are all familiar with what a computer is in a specific, contemporary sense. Computerization is found in most aspects of daily life, and for some it is hard to even imagine a world without Computer. Computer is a very helpful machine. It can store files and data in as few second. It […]

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Billing System

Computers are widely used in day to day activities. Computerization is a control system that manages processes in industrial workplace. It reduced human errors and processing time, thus it can boost productivity and resulted into high quality of product produce. In Information System, computerization is concerned about interrelating different but interdependent transactions. This can result […]

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The Management of Dysphagia in Stroke Patients

The management of dysphagia in stroke patients whether in long term or acute care is an important care delivery that nurses must pay close attention to. Nurses must take the time to assess stroke patients for dysphagia in order to prevent or reduce the risk of nutritional and hydration deficiency. Stroke occurs when there is […]

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