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Current and Future Effects of Radiation Therapy on the Eyes

Abstract Radiation therapy is a kind of therapy where high-energy particles are used to destroy or damage cancer cells. This type of therapy involves the use of x-rays, protons, electron beams, and gamma rays. Radiation therapy has different side effects that depend on various factors including the location of cancer, radiation dosage, and health of […] Read more >>

27.06.2022
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Critical Nursing Shortage in the Healthcare Workplace

CHAPTER ONE: THE PROBLEM Research Problem The research problem of this study relates to the critical nursing shortage in the healthcare workplace in the United States. However, the shortage experienced in nursing is not exclusive to the US problem, but a serious healthcare issue that affects nearly all other countries globally (Bleich, 2011; Hellerawa & […] Read more >>

27.06.2022
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Difference between Registered Nurses and Bachelor of Science Nurses

Many people are not conversant with diverse types of nursing qualifications. Nurses may be having one of the several types of academic credentials that include Registered Nurse (RN), Licensed Practical Nurse, Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), Master of Nursing, and Doctor of Nursing Practice, among others. RN and BSN are the most common types […] Read more >>

27.06.2022
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Does Breastfeeding Make Babies Smarter?

Abstract The paper represents research on the issue of breastfeeding and its impact on the degree of the baby’s smartness and development of his/her intellectual qualities. The essential findings from the analysis of the scholarly articles demonstrate that breastfeeding is not directly connected to the development of the baby’s smartness and intellectual qualities, but it […] Read more >>

27.06.2022
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Comprehensive Soap Pediatrics

Approach to a Suspected Child Abuse Case Child maltreatment sadly remains a relevant issue worldwide. Most cases of child abuse are presented to doctors who may be asked to provide their opinion on the cause of injuries; sometimes they might collect forensic evidence that will used to prosecute the suspects. It is difficult for a […] Read more >>

21.06.2022
Patient Education
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Improved Compliance through Patient Education

The encounter between a physician and patient is vital in establishing a therapeutic relationship. Patient education is a major part of the recovery as it deals with the communication of information about the health, treatment, and risks or alternatives of the patient. Thus, in ensuring better compliance, a participative and interactive education procedure where the […] Read more >>

16.06.2022
Doctorate of Nursing
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Doctorate of Nursing Practice

Nowadays, earning the Doctorate Nurse Practitioner (DNP) degree is considered a responsible step for a Bachelor or Master of Nursing Practice as well as an essential contribution to the healthcare system evolvement. Modern demands of giving care reveal a challenge and need in reconceptualization because healthcare should be effective, sufficient, professional, and constantly developing besides […] Read more >>

16.06.2022
Peaceful-End-of-Life
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Theory of the Peaceful End of Life

The use of nursing theories in practice has been embraced by many nursing professionals and healthcare institutions in the recent past. Owing to their elementary concepts derived from nursing models and other related specialties, these theories provide the nursing profession with extensive comprehension of healthcare fundamentals. Particularly, mid-range nursing theories seek to investigate specific occurrences […] Read more >>

16.06.2022
Health-Behavior-Theory
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Interaction Model of Client Health Behavior Theory

This paper will focus on the mid-range theory called the Interaction Model of Client Health Behavior (IMCHB) which is used to introduce a comprehensive and systematic description of society-based elders. Abstract constructs, concepts, factors, and variables depicted by one dimension of the model could assess 54% of probability among elders’ health status, whereas 47% refer […] Read more >>

21.05.2022
Diabetic Ketoacidosis
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Diabetic Ketoacidosis Case Study

YS is a fourteen-year-old Korean girl who was previously hospitalized for contracting measles following an outbreak in her state of residence. Apparently, her family had been reluctant to get her immunized against measles as they had preoccupations about the relationship between the MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) vaccine and autism. She, however, has no history […] Read more >>

21.05.2022
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