Nursing informatics best practices document is a policy document that guides a nursing organization on how to use and utilize nursing data. Nursing informatics is a combination of nursing, information and computer data storage to manage and process nursing information or data into knowledge that can be applied in nursing practice (Furst et al., 2013).
INTRODUCTION The debate on quality assurance and certification is an emerging issue in the current world. Journals offering both archives and discovery have codified knowledge. Open access information is something making the difference in this profession. This article gives an examination to nursing personnel with the view of taking them as consumers. They work in
Assessments Head    It includes inspection of; face, skin, hair, scalp and skull. Inspect the skull and face (especially if the patient is complaining of tenderness. Assess facial sensation and motor functions) Nose Note any deformities or asymmetry of the nose .Examine the anterior snares by lifting the tip of the nose up and looking inside.
The society is made of people from different classifications. It is imperative that everyone has equal access and treatment to medical cover regardless of their differences. The Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA) were enacted in a move to ensure that the public is able to access emergency services irrespective of their capability to
Immunity Immunity is the ability of the body to protect itself against the bacterial and viral infections that try to attack it. A patient, a male patient of about ten years at the hospital, was suffering from diarrhea and vomiting. From the description of the patient, he was suffering from cholera because he was dehydrated,
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can be defined in literal terms as a hit or penetration on the head that causes an alteration of the normal functionalities of the brain. TBI can result when the head experiences an abrupt intense contact with a heavy object or is perforated through. The symptoms can be slight, mildly
Obesity is becoming an increasing health concern in developed countries, especially in the United States. Findings by the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey indicate that the fitness condition affected 39.8% of adults and 18.5% of youths between 2015 and 2016. Gone are the days when an exaggerated body girth was the only problem with
Introduction Careful discernment, basic reasoning, and clear correspondence are objectives in all representatives and all callings. We are tested like never before with the impact of exhaustion on results. Weakness is a reality in nursing. Consistently, during each move, medical caretakers can experience exhaustion of their psyches, bodies, and spirits. Steege and Dykstra, (2016) pg.
Mental health is one of the most significant healthcare areas in contemporary society. Given the complexity of the human brain, some of its functions are still subject to research and development as scientists and psychiatrists work hand in hand to understand brain function and develop interventions to solve the rising mental health issues. Anxiety disorders
Interviewing skills for completing a comprehensive patient-centered head to toe assessment The collection of patient data is a core step in the nursing process. It is always referred to as a nursing health assessment interview. A nurse should systematically collect the patient health information so that they receive the care they need. The appropriate skills