A cross sectional study was conducted at the Outpatient Department of Ziauddin Medical University, Kemari Campus, from June 2008 to December 2008 to obtain information about the cause of early termination in breast feeding. Mothers of children age range birth to two years attending the outpatient department of pediatrics participated in the study by filling out a
Several interventions have been implemented by hospitals to improve hand hygiene compliance. The authors state these interventions usually fall into categories of increased access, to alcohol rub dispensers, education and direct feedback. The authors clearly identified that the purpose of their study was to identify the factors associated with hand hygiene compliance in their facility during a five year intervention. | Review of Literature | The authors reviewed several causative factors which correlated with poor hygiene compliance. They reviewed material from several articles dating from 1999 to 2007.
There are a couple downfalls to the pill’s effectiveness, however. For the carbohydrates eaten in a meal to not be digested, the pill needs to be taken around 15 minutes before the meal is eaten. Otherwise, the amylase will begin working again and break down the starches. To further study the pill’s effectiveness, Weaver is searching for volunteer participants in a 2-month study on weight loss. Could the Carb Cutter pil be the next latest and greatest weight loss solution?
Nutrient deficiencies and health implications are part of my evaluation. Also, a comparison to the USDA food guide and my opinion of this fad diet are included in the review of The Baby Food Diet. Created by celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson, The Baby Food Diet one of the latest weight loss fad promising to curb cravings, allow eating on the run, and lose weight quickly. The diet incorporates small jars of baby food into a daily menu plan. A person can eat a few jars a day as a snack, or to replace one to two meals as a way to control calorie intake.
The role of social work in the effectiveness of such responses is both crucial and historically under-considered in the existing literature. This article presents the historical and specific diagnostic components of this complex and perplexing condition, along with practice guidelines for clinical responses, with information relevant to child protection issues across multiple settings. KEY WORDS: Munchausen Syndrome; Factitious Disorder by Proxy; Child Maltreatment. Case Scenario Arnie, age five, has a history of unexplained episodes of nausea. Throughout his infancy and childhood, Arnie’s parents have made elaborate dietary efforts to find foods and milk products to which Arnie does not become “allergic.” He has been admitted with dehydration to a teaching hospital at which his father recently received his nursing training.
In his age, even changing his diet is big thing. With this in mind, nurses should find the correct approach to Mr.’s P care. Nurses should choose holistic approach for this patient’s care, which will include his wife and all the circumstances of their life. In this case, not only the physical condition should be treated, but psychological and cognitive as well. Treatment plan “Approximately 28%–58% of individuals with heart failure (HF) suffer from cognitive impairment, commonly identified as difficulty with concentration and/or memory” (Bauer, Johnson, & Pozehl, 2011 p. 577).
Assist expert or other employers explore more effective prevention and treatment of obesity in childhood. Third, collaborator can be one of the role of nurse in promote targeting children obesity. Ribbitt also holds that nurses should work with a number of the multidisciplinary team in addressing childhood obesity as it is a major health issue with long-time morbidities. Cemden and Gallagher (2009) also state that dietician may be needed to give guidance and help client to meet their nutrition goal. The community nurse also work as clinician.
The medical conditions that contribute to childhood obesity are due to genetics. There are certain conditions that can cause it, which include gestational diabetes in the mother of the unborn fetus, a condition called Prader-Willi-Syndrome, metabolic disorders, Cushing Syndrome, and hypothyroidism (Perplech; Russ; Rizzolo; Sedrak, 2011). During an interview with a women’s health practice, according to the doctors there, gestational diabetes can cause childhood obesity and a large baby if the mother does not control her diet, keep track of her blood sugar, follow doctor’s orders, and take the medications prescribed by the doctor when needed (McGrail; Fetterolf; Ham; Fackler, 2008; 2010). When children have these conditions they are more likely to become obese. According to the article Prader-Willi-Syndrome, “Prader-Willi-syndrome is a highly variable genetic disorder affecting multiple systems”
Zive is a registered dietitian with over fifteen years of experience working with schools in improving students' health. As you read, consider the following questions: 1. In the author's opinion, what role does genetics play in childhood obesity? 2. According to Zive, how does
Alcohol consumption can be detected by using blood and urine indicators. Since blood and urine tests only detect usage up to a few hours, doctors have to give patients routine checks. The doctor has to consider multiple factors when diagnosing a child with FAS. One factor being the indicator testing of mother’s for alcohol consumption. In addition, doctors look for any appearances of slow growth both prenatal and postnatal.