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Prevention of Central Line Associated Blood Stream Infections Through Education

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Central Line Associated Blood stream Infections Name Institution Central Line Associated Blood Stream Infections A central line has been defined as an intravascular catheter terminating at the heart or close to it. The catheter may also be terminating in one of the “big“vessels that are used for purposes of infusion, hemodynamic monitoring and blood withdrawal (Moe, 2012)…
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Nurses role
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Nurses role Abstract The study of this research is aimed at exploring the role of nurses in prevention of the healthcare associated infections. The concept of healthcare associated infections has been defined in this research. The characteristics of healthcare associated infections have been studied…
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Financial Impact of Hospital-Acquired Infection

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The main purpose of the study is to determine the relevance between extending the use of peripheral IV lines up to 96 hours with the development of IV-related infection and other related health complications and also the primary and replace peripheral IV catheter lines…
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Prevention and Management of Infection among Burn Patients

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The aim of the paper “Prevention and Management of Infection among Burn Patients” is to analyze infection as a major issue among burn patients. The type of microorganisms which colonize the burn wounds are also known to affect future risk for would infection. …
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Leadership and Management Theory in Relation to Implementing Change in Preventing the Spread of MRSA Infection

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This paper "Leadership and Management Theory in Relation to Implementing Change in Preventing the Spread of MRSA Infection" focuses on the fact that back in 1961, hospital-Acquired Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (HA-MRSA) is a predominant nosocomial pathogen  …
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Reduction of VAP
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In the research paper “Reduction of VAP” the author analyzes ventilator-associated pneumonia as one of the nosocomial infections, which affects intensive care unit patients. The greatest risk factor for VAP is invasive devices…
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Infection among Burn Patients

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The aim of the paper “Infection among Burn Patients” is to analyze infection as a major issue among burn patients. The type of microorganisms which colonize the burn wounds are also known to affect future risk for would infection. …
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The Best Design for Intravenous Needleless Connectors
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This work called "The Best Design for Intravenous Needleless Connectors" describes how to prevent bloodstream infections with the help of needless connectors. The author outlines the feasibility steps to implementing the identified changes, using effective guidance to select devices. …
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Surgical Site Infection in Post-Op Patients

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SURGICAL SITE INFECTION IN POST OP PATIENTS Susan Avila-Brown Section A & B February 20, 2012 Introduction Surgical Site Infection refers to infections that occur after surgery on the body part where the surgery was done. These infections may at times be superficial infection that involves the skin only (Griffin, 2005)…
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Infection Control

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This paper will seek to explore empirical literature that has handled the problem in the past. It will try to identify some of the discussions presented; implications and suggestions arrived at to be able to get the picture behind the problem…
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The Joint Commission Approach to Quality Assurance
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Running head: NOSOCOMIAL INFECTIONS Nosocomial Infections Cindy L. Robinson HCA375: Continuous Quality Monitoring and Accreditation Professor Teresa Thomas October 3, 2011 Nosocomial infections or hospital acquired infections (HAI) have become a major concern in the United States, since it is associated with high morbidity, mortality and increased financial burden…
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Ordinary Wound Dressing and Surgical Site Infections
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The paper aims to determine nursing practices that lead to the provision of high-quality wound care through a comparison of the different wound dressing techniques. There exists a wide range of wounds but the most common that nurses encounter in practice is the post-operative wound…
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Iatrogenics
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Introduction: Medical history continually reveals that unevaluated treatment, regardless of how sincerely administered, is at times useless and wasteful and in some cases even dangerous or harmful. According to Gordis (1987), the lessons we have learnt through history of medicine is that what is reasonable may be false and what is done earnestly may be useless or worse…
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Nosocmial Infection Related to Having Surgery In A Hospital

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ABSTRACT Even after provision of care to patients there is annual rise in the rate of Nosocomial Infections. These infections result in substantial morbidity, mortality and increase in cost and are common among nursing home patients. The susceptibility to infection is increased by invasive methods of treatment, deteriorating immune system, functional disability, chemotherapy or old age…
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The Increasing Prevalence of MRSA Skin Infections in the General Population
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This paper 'The Increasing Prevalence of MRSA Skin Infections in the General Population" focuses on the fact that the upward trends in the prevalence of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus infections in the community are highlighted from the literature. …
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A Study of Using the Central Line Prevention Bundle for Reducing the Risk of Infections for Patients in the Intensive Care Ward

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  A study of using the central line prevention bundle for reducing the risk of infections for patients in the intensive care ward               In recent times, many medical facilities make constant efforts of making sure that their patients are safe, secure, comfortable and accommodated…
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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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A paper "Centers for Disease Control and Prevention" claims that elderly patients are prone to falls, falls which lead to a variety of fractures, the most common being hip fractures.  Hip replacement surgeries often follow these injuries.  After these surgeries, prolonged bed rest often follow…
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MRSA Infection

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The present essay deals with the description of the MRSA infection. It is stated in the text that MRSA infection, originally considered a hospital-acquired the infection, was earlier confined to hospitals but is now emerging in communities as well…
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HPV Vaccination

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Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection (STI) in the United States, with 20 million individuals currently infected with HPV and 6.2 million new cases each year (Cates). HPV is the main cause of cervical cancer and genital warts.
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Problems in the Management of TB Among HIV Patients
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This paper shall now discuss the proper management of tuberculosis (TB) among HIV-positive patients. Physiology of HIV shall first be presented, followed by a discussion on the physiology of TB. A discussion on TB as an opportunistic infection shall also be set forth…
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An International Outbreak of Pneumonia
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The paper 'An International Outbreak of Pneumonia' presents the world Health organization which noted that there was an international outbreak of pneumonia in 2003 that was referred to as SARS. The virus spread globally, especially along traveling routes…
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Does induce Therapeutic Hypothermia Impact Neurologic Function and Improve Patients Outcome post cardiac arrest
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Therapeutic hypothermia impacts of neurological function of post cardiac arrest patients Introduction According to Gal, Slevak and Seidlova (2009), severe neurological impairments because of cardiac arrest with widespread cerebral ischemia are prevalent among residents of the United States today…
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Literature Review, Research Question, Design and Conclusion onElevation of the head in reducing/preventing ventilator acquire pneumonia

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Similarly, it requires more attention and also requisite medical supplementation depending on the levels of extremities reaches by various…
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Coral Springs Medical Center Sage: Oral Care Protocol
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This paper describes several factors about oral care responds such as oropharyngeal colonization, oral secretions that can migrate to the subglottal area and dental plaque, also the author describes the benefits of oral hygiene among mechanically ventilated patients…
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Health Care Economics
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This research paper describes the economic value of the health care industry today that is a topic of prime importance that has genuine relationship with the other industrial sectors of the economy. It also focuses on exploration of the implications of the cost of health care fraud…
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Louis Pasteur and Robert Koch
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Biology Name Instructor Despite the claims that Edward Jenner is the greatest microbiologist of all time due to his contribution in the improvement of human health, I tend to oppose this view on the grounds that there are other renowned personalities, whose contribution in the field of human health remains unsurpassed…
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Re-Educating Healthcare Providers on Hand Hygiene Practice
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The present paper deals with the necessity of re-education on hand hygiene practice. Reportedly, the fact that patients can suffer from a broad range of infection while receiving treatment in hospitals challenges the essence of healthcare facilities in the country…
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1.What is the most effective intervention to decrease VAP in terms of using antiseptic chlorhexidine oral care versus standard toothbrush oral care
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The significance of the intervention measures in the nursing profession is critical and worth discussion. In the modern society, it is important to identify the…
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Critical analysis of research Evidence

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There is nothing like the joy that can be felt when a patient feels relieved and ultimately recovers from any illness or pain that he is going through. In the same way, the nursing profession is also a critical endeavor,…
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Development of Postoperative Infection in Women between the age of 30 to 50

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Postoperative wound infection is an important complication following surgery. The wound may be contaminated before surgery, during surgery, or following surgery being infected during healing. The skin is considered to be body's first line of defense, and surgery in itself is a mutilative procedure, where this defense may be violated…
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Problem, search and selection
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Running head:Research Paper, Nursing The use of honey to treat diabetic foot or ulcer foot Name Lecturer Date The use of honey to treat diabetic foot or ulcer foot I. Introduction The number of diabetes patients has been on the rise and is estimated to double in the next 20 years worldwide…
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Nursing

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Transtheoretical Model of Change The Transtheoretical model is a design for deliberate change (“Transtheoretical Model,” n.d.). It focuses not on the extraneous forces that affect decision making, but on the will power of the person to induce change. It involves a series of steps that culminate in behavioral change and maintenance of that change…
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Complex Nursing

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Mr. Ian Warren is a 52 year old client who is married with two children and has been admitted to the hospital for colon resection. He is a farmer and lives three hours from the hospital. Bowel sounds had resumed postop and Mr. Warren was well on his way to recovery…
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Hand Washing to Reduce the Spread of Nosocomial Infection

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The idea of this research emerged from the author’s interest and fascination in how can hospitals ensure that healthcare professionals follow the standard of hand washing to reduce the spread of nosocomial infection in hospitalized patients?…
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The use of prophylactic antibiotics to reduce the instances of surgical site infections
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The use of prophylactic antibiotics to reduce the instances of surgical site infections A Stetler Model Approach [Name Omitted] [Insert College Here] ABSTRACT Surgical site infection continues to be a concern for all involved in surgery and post-operative care…
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The Use of Prophylactic Antibiotics to Reduce the Instances of Surgical Site Infections: a Stetler Model Approach
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Through the Stetler Model, the author of the paper applies nursing techniques and applications to design a model for a smaller community hospital setting using current research models to write nursing guidelines for surgical antibiotic immunoprophylaxis…
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Hand Hygiene Technique in a Medical Ward
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The object of analysis for the purpose of this paper is hand hygiene as a timesaving and cost-effective infection control method in a medical ward. However, these lifesaving practices have faced less compliance in medical wards, particularly by medical practitioners…
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Policies of Combating HIV/AIDS
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Policies of Combating HIV/AIDS Name Institution Policies of Combating HIV/AIDS HIV is an abbreviation for the Human Immune-deficiency virus. In the world history, HIV is the worst epidemic in society. People infected with this virus usually develop a disease characterized by weakened immune system…
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Oral Care Practice in Intensive Care
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This paper 'Oral Care Practice in Intensive Care" focuses on the fact that the practice of oral care for critically ill patients in the intensive care units of hospitals is the basis for this dissertation. The aim is to identify a new approach to oral care in intensive care. …
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Does the use of prophylactic antibiotics ensure the prevention of surgical site infections

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Does the use of prophylactic antibiotics ensure the prevention of surgical site infections? An analysis of evidence-based nursing research Sheila Johnson Nursing Research Nur: 430 Dayle Comar May 2nd, 2011 Introduction Surgical site infection (SSI) is one of the most common complications of surgery, characterized by a constellation of clinical findings occurring within 30 days of surgery and mainly due to Gram-positive bacteria (Bucher, Warner & Dillon, 2011)…
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Evidence Base Research: Impacts of High Nurse to Patient Ratios

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There is a substantial amount of evidence based research that highlights that patient outcomes are poorer, infection rates go up, and failure to rescue increases when nurse to patient ratios are high both in telemetry and surgical units…
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Nursing Research Paper

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NURSING Name: Course: Tutor: Date: ABSTRACT It has freshly come to the interest of medical experts that it is possible to give antibiotics prior to surgical procedures as a way of minimizing infection to orthopedic patients. In this particular research study, the clinical question of whether giving antibiotics within 1 hour before surgical incision to pre-operative orthopedic patients decreases the rate of infection as compared to those who do not receive antibiotics within the 1 hour will be addressed…
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Staff Training and Prevention of Violence in mental Health Care Units

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The literature review of the paper focuses on those studies that establish a relationship between staff training and the management or prevention of violence in psychiatric and mental health care units. A case study, questionnaires and direct interviews will be made use of in the research methodology…
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Yellow fever
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Yellow fever is a viral hemorrhagic disease that is mosquito borne.The virus belongs to the family of flavi virus and is a positive sense single stranded RNA virus which is about 50-60 nm in diameter.Infected mosquitoes transmit the virus through its saliva and the viral replication happens in regional lymph nodes and skin…
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A Randomized Control Trial: Infection Risk with Nitrofurazone-Impregnated Urinary Catheters in Trauma Patients

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This paper is a review of the Stensballe article on impregnated urinary catheters for prevention. This is a double-blind, randomized control trial. The study was approved by the local ethics committee and the Danish Data Protection Agency. This appraisal is looking for validity and relevance…
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The spread of diseases on poor countries
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The discussion in this paper expounds more on some of the common diseases in low-income countries. It also seeks to explore why these diseases are easily spread in these countries and some of the mitigation measures that can be adopted to curb the spread…
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Violence towards mental health nurses
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Introduction In Australia, mental health care has assumed a greater significance in the health care industry as the number of people with mental disorders is increasing day by day. The Australian Bureau of Statistics (2007, p. 7), in its National Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing, has identified that one in five Australians is likely to experience mental illness in any year…
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Nurse-to-patient Ratio Staffing
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Legally mandated nurse to patient ratios is a controversial topic in healthcare. In this profession, there are state laws that require a certain level of staffing for each particular unit. Hospitals must balance their revenues with expenditures and patients and nurses are affected by these decisions…
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The Perception of Risk Management in UK Hospitals
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This research study “The Perception of Risk Management in UK Hospitals” focuses on perceptions of risk management in UK hospitals and determines whether or not those perceptions are sufficient for quality assurance and identifies areas in which risk management frameworks require strengthening…
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Interventions For Sexually Transmitted Diseases
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Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are serious health problems that have affected a number of people for many generations. The paper "Interventions For Sexually Transmitted Diseases" provides a review of current interventions to different kinds of STDs…
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