What Is A Nursing Care Plan and Why is it Needed?

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What Is A Nursing Care Plan and Why is it Needed?

  • Posted by gwtadmin
  • On November 23, 2016
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Trainee nurses probably have a no more hated class assignment than the ‘nursing care plan’. They’re assigned, for intensive care patients, mental health, even for community care. The Purpose of the Written Care Plan Care plans provide direction for individual care of the patient. A care plan flows from each patient’s unique list of diagnoses and […]
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Diabetes

  • Posted by gwtadmin
  • On November 23, 2016
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Overview of diabetes Glucose is used for energy, so checking levels is very important. Diabetes mellitus, or diabetes, refers to a group of metabolic diseases where the body does not adequately produce insulin or use insulin properly. Insulin plays a crucial role in delivering glucose, or sugar, into the cells. This glucose is then used […]
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Boston Office Opened.

  • Posted by gwtadmin
  • On November 20, 2016
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MAYOR WALSH ANNOUNCES GOWALKTALK WILL ESTABLISH U.S. HEADQUARTERS IN BOSTON North West of Ireland-based medtech company will capitalize on Boston’s entrepreneurial spirit, wealth of talent and global reputation BOSTON – Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced that GoWalkTalk, a North West of Ireland-based medical technology company, has selected Boston to establish its U.S. headquarters, adding […]
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What is Vascular Dementia?

  • Posted by gwtadmin
  • On September 14, 2016
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Vascular Dementia is a condition caused by a lack of sufficient oxygen and nutrients to the brain, causing the cells within the brain to eventually die. The blood vessels that carry blood to the brain become diseased – they are often weakened and leak, or can become blocked, decreasing their effectiveness in delivering vital oxygen […]
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The true face of Alzheimers, John Noakes

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  • On September 14, 2016
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John Noakes famous for his presentations on Blue Peter, went missing on holiday and was found in a storm drain. Blue Peter’s John Noakes ‘in a bad way’ after wandering off from his Majorcan villa: Alzheimer’s-stricken TV star, 81, was missing for ten hours   Disappeared near home in Andratx on the island of Majorca […]
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Common Stages of Alzheimers Disease Progression

  • Posted by gwtadmin
  • On September 14, 2016
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While most of the stages here are accurate the disease can also be fast acting on some patients. Common Stages of Alzheimers Disease Progression. Stage 1 (Mild) Duration can be typically 2 to 4 years Patients become less energetic and spontaneous and even numb to their environment. Behaviour is noticeably different and patient can be […]
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SIGNS OF ALZHEIMERS

  • Posted by gwtadmin
  • On September 14, 2016
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SIGNS OF ALZHEIMERS TO LOOK OUT FOR AND CONSIDER TALKING TO A HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL: Memory loss, often with detailed memory for long past events. Difficulty performing familiar tasks Problems with language and speech Disorientation to time and place Poor or decreased judgment Problems with abstract thinking Misplacing things Forgetting activity currently being undertaken Changes in […]
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How does Alzheimers effect the brain ?

  • Posted by gwtadmin
  • On September 14, 2016
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Alzheimers is a form of Dementia and is an illness of the brain. It causes large numbers of nerve cells in the brain to die. A progressive, irreversible brain disease that destroys the patients memory and effects their thinking skills. 
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What is HIPPA?

  • Posted by gwtadmin
  • On September 14, 2016
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HIPAA Law and the Privacy Rule to Protect Your Medical Information Protecting the Privacy of Your Medical Records – HIPPA and the Privacy Rule How to Know if Your Personal Health Care Data and Information is Safe ? Everyone is concerned about protecting their privacy, and with the massive amount of information and personal data […]
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Domiciliary care provided in people’s own homes

  • Posted by gwtadmin
  • On December 9, 2014
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Domiciliary care provided in people’s own homes Increasingly, care is provided within people’s homes by Personal Assistants (PAs), care agency staff or local authority homecare services. The risks to both those being cared for and those providing the care, will vary greatly according to the individual’s needs, the environment where care is provided, the type […]
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