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Infectious diseases can be transmitted from person to person. They can be spread through the air, by contact with blood or other body fluids, by to...
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The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) continues to be an enormous public health problem in the Unit...
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Brain and spinal cord injuries are common medical emergencies. Brain injuries associated with medical conditions are the third leading cause of dea...
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When a person with a history of chronic alcohol use stops drinking alcohol, there is the risk of developing alcohol withdrawal syndrome. Healthcare...
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Pneumonia involves inflammation and consolidation of the lungs, and most cases of pneumonia are caused by an infection from bacteria or viruses. In...
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The renal system is a group of organs that form, stores, and excretes urine and has several other important functions including the vital role of m...
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Domestic violence and elder abuse are common and frightening social problems that affect not only those being abused but extend to other members of...
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The patient’s medical record contains all of the important information about the patient’s health, plan for care, and health care progress. The med...
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A large number of senior care setting residents require nursing and health care professional care throughout the United States. These patients are ...
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People with cognitive impairment struggle with poor intellectual functioning and have difficulty communicating and understanding what others are sa...
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During the course of a health care professional’s career, a medical error may be made or be discovered. There are some mistakes, called “medical er...
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Vital sign measurements are effective tools to assess if a patient is ill. They are quick, simple measurements and reliable indicators of a person’...
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Measuring and recording blood pressures is more difficult than measuring and recording the body temperature, pulse, and respirations. It is easier ...
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No one knows what causes Alzheimer’s disease but certain factors are suspected, such as a person’s genetics, lifestyle, or environment. Health clin...
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Basic knowledge of disease transmission and the proper use of infection control procedures are needed when caring for a patient with tuberculosis. ...
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A primary duty of health care professionals is to monitor and assess the basic wellness of patients. They need to understand how the human body wou...
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Human physiology is the study of the normal function of body organs and tissues. Body organs that health care professionals study during their trai...
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The health care professional will likely care for clients with either Type I or Type II diabetes during the course of a career. When the client’s b...
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Hypertension or high blood pressure is a chronic medical condition that is caused by a persistent elevation of the pressure inside the circulatory ...
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Coronary artery disease and atherosclerosis involve a chronic disease state characterized by stiff and rigid coronary arteries and coronary plaques...
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Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is a combination of two separate but closely related diseases emphysema and chronic bronchitis. COPD is most...
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The amount of alcohol that is needed to cause intoxication, and its effects, vary greatly from person to person. People who drink regularly in high...
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A stroke, also referred to as a cerebrovascular event, is a neurological event that causes damage to the brain. Strokes are much more likely to ha...
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Pressure ulcers are wounds in the skin that are caused by prolonged immobility. The elderly are at high risk for developing pressure ulcers. The s...
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Infectious diseases can be transmitted from person to person. They can be spread through the air, by contact with blood or other body fluids, by to...
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Multiple sclerosis is a chronic, autoimmune disease that affects the nervous system. It is thought to be caused by an abnormal inflammatory process...
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A high number of people in the United States visit emergency rooms and are admitted to hospitals every year due to having an asthma condition. Indi...
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Arthritis is the most common disease affecting the joints. There are many different types of arthritis but the two that are the most common are ost...
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Epileptic seizures are caused by a part of the brain called a seizure focus that sends out erratic and uncoordinated electrical signals and a seizu...
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While oral and body hygiene, as well as skin care, are not generally complicated tasks, they are nonetheless considered very important to a client’...
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The human body requires good nutrition and the proper intake of food and fluids to grow, to repair damage, to fight off infections and to function ...
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