MRI scans are considered to be practical because they are generally easy to use and understand, and most hospitals already have access to the machinery required for an MRI scan. It is also said that it is safer than other brain imaging techniques, for example CAT scans, because unlike a CAT scan an MRI doesn’t use radiation which allows individuals to be tested repeatedly without risk. To the contrary, MRI scans tag along with several disadvantages such as price since it is very expensive. It’s also specifically only used in activation studies and can seem to be defective because even minor movements during the MRI scan can cause an impact on the quality of the images which can be misinterpreted. Additionally the MRI scan cannot be done on everyone (e.g.
It also would be very convenient in certain situations where one may be using cushion underneath or if someone else in a wheelchair decides to use the desk, one can easily adjust it without making such a hassle. It’s good for tall and short individuals as well. Very short people are going to find most stand desks too high and very tall people will find them too low, so the adjustable desk will solve this problem. Most regular desks are around the same height, but a few inches can make a difference in ones level of
Reflection on Medication Administration Description (Competency 3j) I have looked over my moral development regarding medicine administration and have noticed there is the need for improved and has been agreed with my mentor to write a piece of reflection to identify areas of concern Feelings One of the major concern is the pace of dispensing and the time spent used to open charts and allocate them is one of my weakness. Although I am learner I need to back up the pace of dispensing so that patient doesn 't feel my skills is dull or boring and waste of time. I Had developed that feeling of being extra careful to avoid drug error and that makes me feel slightly nervous more also being under the influence of supervision as well. Evaluation
If she needed to go to the hospital for more specialised care, by getting a referral from her GP, her consultation at the hospital is free. Some disadvantages include delays Amber would have to wait. She would have waiting times for both the appointment to see her GP and further waiting time to see the specialist. This could have a negative impact on Ambers’ condition, as the longer she waits, the probability of her medical condition deteriorating increases (Prentice & Pizer, 2007), meaning she may need more specialised treatment. Another disadvantage is that Amber may have repeated examinations (Siu, 2015).
It can also be very costly to fix the neglect of good dental hygiene. An annual checkup is a good standard to follow so that you can find any change in your gums, teeth, and mouth cavity. Prevention is always better than seeking a cure. Seek mental health care when there is a need for help with your emotional life and relationships. It has a direct impact on your physical well-being.
Hence, in this way, people were got used to with these hand hygiene markers. Hence, it is recommended for different healthcare facilities to give awareness to their healthcare administrators and health infection nurses to use hand hygiene markers in order to avoid nosocomial infection. This aspect will deteriorate the mortality and morbidity rate as well from the healthcare and among the patients since majority of the diseases are contagious and are travelled from either physicians or nurses to patients. This effect leads to more diseases among patients, nurses, administrators, and physicians as well. This aspect controls the committee and supply chain of the healthcare facility and hospitals to keep a watch on the health acquired infection.
whenever patients encounter frequent visits to health care professionals (Beck et.al, 2002). Most often patients follow the treatment plan and carry out behavior change such as exercising or modifications in diets when they are informed about their health condition and are involved in decision making (Beck et al., 2002). This is true, simply because people tend to follow perceptions and decisions made by their own or with the help of professionals. For instance, one, probably, would not reduce alcohol consumption if he/she will not understand to what extent the human body can be damaged if this habit left unattended. When a patient realizes what are the potential negative outcomes he/she may face with, it would not be problematic for him/her to set priorities.
Lifestyle modifications is the number one factor influencing the prognosis of a patient. If a patient follows the medication regimen prescribed, adheres to the recommended diet, quits smoking, and begins an exercise program their short and long term are good. When a patient does not adhere to the recommendations complications are likely to reoccur. Summary and Conclusion Summary In summary, a NSTEMI is a life-threatening complication that is preventable. By properly educating patients on the risk factors, signs and symptoms, and when to seek medical attention the prevalence of myocardial infarctions would likely decrease.
I have even more understanding towards patient difficulties as suffering from a disease may cause a great anxiety as an individual. As a citizen, I expect modification of government policy and arise of popularity of self-help patient organisations. While as a nursing student and a potential nurse, I hope I could fulfil the physical, mental and social requirement of the patient. Every patient is unique in his or her own disease experience with variable extent of requirement. I will endeavour a better service to patients and their relatives by enhancing my knowledge and spend more time providing mental support for
Autonomous people are capable for decision making and problem solving. Loss of autonomy & independence is a real fear among older people. A nurse has the responsibility to encourage the older person’s autonomy in any way possible. This can be done by supervision and education of staff to listen & allow the person time to make choices and discussion with their relatives about what is occurring and in which way they can enhance the older person’s autonomy. Freedom:- The older people should have greater freedom of choice nation’s health care system.