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Narrative research summary

As a health care provider, I have been well trained and informed of the latest techniques available to assist me in making the best decisions while working with my patients. It is the responsibility of all health care professionals to ensure adequate identification, treatment and anticipation of any unpredicted injury or illness that my result … Read More»

Cancer

Cancer is one of the major problems of the 21st century. Millions of people obtain this disorder every year, but there is still no successful treatment. The reason of incurability of cancer is existence of various types of cancer caused by different mutations and abnormalities as well as inability to provide target treatment with the … Read More»

Massage Therapies

Manual therapy is a special form of “therapeutic management of pain, limited motion, and poor posture”, etc., that uses the physician therapistʼs hand to achieve these goals (Di Fabio, 1992, p. 853). Manual therapy can be often very efficient, being an additional intervention to ususal medical care. The selection of appropriate manual therapy includes such … Read More»

The Use of Antimicrobial Hand Gel

Abstract The practice of using hand gel from client to client without washing hand in the community is like a culture that preserves and strengthens the group and provides the healing warmth essential to patient/family centred care (Kramer et al., 2009). Frequent use of hand hygiene such as the hand gel may cause irritation, dryness … Read More»

Alzheimer’s Disease

The medical practice of the nurse is recognized as one of the hardest and most serious tasks that the beginning nurses might encounter. Thus, it is worth paying attention to all the details in order to help patients and provide the highest level of the healthcare possible. During my practice in terms of the nurse … Read More»

Care for patients

One of the patients in the Midwifery Department was a girl under 16 years old. This particular patient came with significant problems of health related, social, family, and economic character – the patient came from a poor family and low income of her parents did not allow her to nourish in the appropriate way during … Read More»

Prevention of Natural Disaster

Natural disasters are an integral part of life of our planet. There are various types of disasters, such as floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, etc. Unfortunately, these are created by the nature, by weather conditions, conditions of the atmosphere and of the grounds, movements of the grounds and humanity can do nothing to prevent any of … Read More»

Medical Advancement

Nowadays demographic changes result in the US being an aging society as the rest of the world (Quinn-Szcesuil, 2012). It implies the necessity of additional gerontological health care, long-term care, support programs for the elderly, etc. Economic burden of these changes is accompanied by the shortage of educated professionals and adequate institutions to provide the … Read More»

Different Belief Systems in Medical Care

“Belief is the truth held in the mind; faith is a fire in the heart” (Joseph Fort Newton). According to the World Health Organization (WHO), health is defined as a state of complete physical, mental, and social well being, i.e. the absence of disease or infirmity. It is a dynamic condition resulting from a body’s … Read More»

Healthcare Deregulation: the State Policy Making

The US health care system is one of the largest branches of the American economy in which huge resources are concentrated. The medical industry makes one seventh part of the whole national economy in which over 10 million people are occupied. Policy making in the sphere of health care makes multilateral impact on the American … Read More»