It was used to treat depression, anxiety and stress/distress symptoms of the patients. One of the concerns of the study was also to investigate if the effect on depression is brought about by self-compassion. The experiment was done in two phases. In phase one, patients with mild/moderate psychology distress were used, where 8 patients each were randomly assigned to receiving MBCT or treatment as usual (TAU) and assessed both before and after the treatment. The effect of treatment on anxiety and depression was analyzed using analysis of variance.
There are symbolic of pain: breathing independent of vocalization, negative vocalization, facial expression, body language and lastly is consolability. For using this pain assessment tools, nurse has to observed the advanced demented patient both at rest and during activity with or with treatment. For each of the five components select the score (0,1, 2) that demonstrated on the patient’s behaviour. Added the score in each component then giving a total maximum score of 10. The score range from 0 to 10 indicated higher number showed more severe pain.
The 155 assessment items of FMA is designed to evaluate the improvement of physical function in stroke patients, whereas the recommended test to measure mobility function is the Timed Up and Go Test (TUG), which has been widely used in stroke patients. Timed Up and Go Test (TUG) activity measured simultaneously and in execution time is calculated, a score refers to the limited mobility function (Sanford et al, 1993; Hershkovitz and Brill, 2006; Faria et al, 2012). Therefore, it is hypothesized that physical performance (based on Fugl Meyer Assessment) has inverse correlation with mobility function (based on Timed Up and Go Test) in ischemic stroke outpatient, and conducted the present study to know if there is a relationship between physical performance (based on Fugl Meyer Assessment) and mobility function (based on Timed Up and Go Test) in ischemic stroke outpatients. The purpose of this study is to determine the relationship between physical performance based on FMA and mobility function ability based on TUG in ischemic stroke outpatients. Materials and
Women as carers often report poorer physical, mental and emotional health and wellbeing because of their caring responsibilities. This can be associated with disturbed sleep, being physically injured while providing care, and the constant pressure of caring. Time spent caring, and coping strategies, are factors in shaping carer stress. Within the caring population, female carers in particular experienced much lower levels National Women’s Health Policy 2010 of mental health compared to both male carers and the general population. This included increased levels of clinical depression, with over 50 per cent of female carers reporting being depressed for six months or more since they started caring.
The aged people are more prone to heart diseases including men. Examples of heart diseases include; heart failure, coronary artery diseases, congenital heart diseases etc. the causes of heart diseases include heredity, excessive smoking and weight gain, lack of rest, diabetes mellitus, sedentary lifestyle etc. To a greater extent, most heart diseases are preventable and the people at risk of having this disease include; heavy smokers, fat people, people that does not exercise and those that perform stressful activities, diabetic people, familial tendency etc. The nurse plays her roles in reducing and preventing
1 INTRODUCTION Chronic low back pain is the pain in the lower back area for longer than 3 months created by injury, disease or stress. It may include the pain in bone, nerve and muscle. The quality of pain may be aching, burning, stabbing, or tingling, sharp or dull and well defined or vague (Akuthota, Baker, & Danisa, 2009). It is a most common problem all over the world and the age group 40 to 80 years (D. G. Hoy et al., 2012). A lot of research showed that the major reason for chronic low back pain is sedentary stressful and modern hurry and worry lifestyle.
EFFICACY OF MANUAL THERAPY IN TREATMENT OF MECHANICAL NECK PAIN Introduction Everybody once in their life feel some kind of neck pain. Neck pain is one the potential disabling condition which has a high chance of relapsing. Recent research found that neck pain is one of the top five leading causes for disability (Cohen, 2015). It also found that more than 30% of the global population suffers from this condition. The prevalence of chronic neck pain is similar in developed as well as developing countries with women being affected more than men (Tsang, et al., 2008).
The sensitization of peripheral and central neuronal structures amplifies the pain and sustains postoperative pain (International Association for the Study of Pain [IASP], 2011). Acute pain can cause significant physiological and psychological effects. The physiological effects of acute pain involve changes in cardiovascular, respiratory, endocrine, metabolic, gastrointestinal and hemostasis (Pain Community Center.org, 2013). The patients’ experience of acute pain can be explained by pain theories such as gate control theory (Moayedi & Davis, 2013). Theories of pain There are a number of theories that have been postulated to describe the
This case study is about the effects of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) on 38 year old Sarah. Sarah is married and has two children aged 8 and 10. She was diagnosed with MS when she was at the young age of 33. The disease has progressed rapidly over the five years and she has needed help to support her everyday living. Sometimes she is experiencing fatigue, low mood, feels tearful and that she is a nuisance to everyone.
PERIPHERAL OSSIFYNG FIBROMA: CASE SERIES OF THREE CASE REPORTS INTRODUCTION Many variants of localized reactive lesions may occur on the gingiva, including focal fibrous hyperplasia, pyogenic granuloma, peripheral giant cell granuloma and peripheral ossifying fibroma (POF).1–3 The etiology of these lesions may be trauma, microorganisms, plaque, calculus, restorations and dental appliances.2,3 POF is a lesion that mainly affects women in the second decade of life.6 The lesions are most often found in the gingiva, located anterior to the molars and in the maxilla.7 POF clinically manifests as a well‑defined and slow-growing gingival mass measuring under 2 cm in size and located in the interdental papilla region.The base of the lesion may be sessile or pedunculated, the color is identical to that of the gingiva or slightly reddish and the surface may appear ulcerated.This paper presents a series of three case reports of POFs reported and treated at our college. CASE REPORTS CASE 1 A healthy 50‑year‑old male reported to the Department of Periodontics, Sudha Rustagi College of Dental Sciences and Research, Faridabad, India, complaining of swelling in gums in upper front tooth region since 2 years. No history of associated pain and bleeding from the overgrowth was reported by the
Pain is highly subjective and an important contributor to the associated decreased quality of life of persons with Multiple Sclerosis limiting their work and social interactions . A heightened perception of pain with women diagnosed with MS is most likely due to the exposure of the myelin sheaths and the inflammatory response during the demyelination phase associated with active disease lesions (Newman et al.
DOI: 3/1/2005. Patient is a 64-year-old female service representative who sustained a work-related injury to her neck, back and bilateral shoulders due to repetitive work activities. She is subsequently diagnosed with degenerative disc disease and depression. As per progress report dated 1/14/2016, IW reports continued improvement. Medications such as Baclofen and gabapentin as well as home exercise program are proving effective in improving pain levels, function and range of motion and overall sense of comfort.
I had to take the patient 's Electrocardiography (ECG) tracing since patients presenting with chest pain must be considered for a resting 12 lead ECG in accordance to the National Institute for Health and care Excellence guidelines (2010) to ensure that my practice is in line with the best available evidence (NM Code: 6, 2015). With the patient 's gender in mind, I asked for his preference and concerns to deliver effective care (NMC Code: 2, 2015). I can see that the patient is anxious and this could alter his results. A research survey conducted by Crossan and Mathew (2013) proposes that the level of comfort of the student nurse and the patient is affected by the nature of
Sore muscles Diagnosis Your medicinal services provider will perform a physical diagnosis and make inquiries about your symptoms, including your rest and voracity. Symptoms that keep going for a while may prompt clinical depression. Treatment Grief in itself is a characteristic response that doesn 't oblige medical treatment. Be that as it may, in some cases individuals need help traversing the grieving procedure. Initial grief Counseling: In the event that you find that hindrances to grieving are making it hard to work after a loss, converse with a grief counselor, go to a deprivation support center, or both.
8.4 Discussion Diabetic patients often the wound heal poorly. They have higher incidence of DFU. Even if the patients have normal pulse rate the healing of wound and peripheral injuries are slow. The poor healing is diabetes is due to micro vascular change manifested by endothelial proliferation in small arteries and basement membrane thickening in capillaries. The obesity also leads to diabetes and reduces the immune capacity of the patient.