It is important to be aware of bacteria and its spores, fungi and viruses when working in hospitals, residential aged care facilities and even community nursing. Establish the difference between bacteria, fungi and virus by defining each along with examples that you may come across in a hospital environment
Which theoretical perspective, that guides the nursing process with assessment of the family, do you find to be the most helpful and effective? Why is this theory more appealing to you than the others?Provide at least one in-text citation and reference as well
Discuss your thoughts and ideas about how the healthcare system of the United States functions, what are its limitations, what are its assets, and finally how you as a person involved in the healthcare system in America would approach fixing its problems/limitations?
Water is an essential element of life on earth. A human being can survive for only about one week without water. As the global population expands and increasing industrialization creates ever-growing demands for water, supply of this vital commodity has become endangered. Just as water, clean air is an essential element for the survival of life on earth. Air that is polluted can endanger our health and cause damage to trees, wildlife, and property. Using the Internet, research on the topic, “Various Health Hazards Caused by Water and Air Pollution. “Based on your understanding, create a 3- to 4-page Microsoft […]
Share a personal experience involving thrombosis, lymphoma, or leukemia. Discuss the pathophysiology of the disease, clinical presentation, physical exam, diagnostics, treatment, and prevention, if applicable.