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Alzheimer's caregivers often need help. What are your options for long-term care? In Mayo Clinic. Retrieved March 31, 2009, from http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/ alzheimers/AZ00028 Smith, C. (2008, September 8). A 'gravely disabled' mental health care system.
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When someone is dying there are legal concerns that a nurse must keep in mind when caring for the patient. Many times family members are the caregivers during the end of life process and this can place a real strain on the family. There are many nursing diagnosis associated with end of life care, and nurses must keep in mind special nursing considerations and implications. “End-of-life (EOL) care is defined as an active, compassionate approach that treats, comforts, and supports persons who are living with, or dying from progressive or chronic life threatening conditions” (Ross, MM., Fisher, R., & McClean, MJ., 2000). Unfortunately, the issue of death has been denied, hidden, and thus feared by our current society.
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Prevention information should be given to parents at the time of their baby’s birth. The purpose of this study was to evaluate parents’ and nurses’ opinions regarding the adequacy of an educational program on shaken baby syndrome: the Perinatal Shaken Baby Syndrome Prevention Program (PSBSPP). Introduction The definition of Shaken Baby Syndrome is a collective term for internal head injury; a baby or young child sustains from being violently shaken. First described in medical literature in 1972, 50,000 US children are affected each year. SBS is the leading cause of traumatic death in children, and of child abuse cases.
Additionally, this article discusses treatments and signs and symptoms for people with ADHD. Vatz, R. E, Weinberg L., (2001) Problems in diagnosing and treating ADD/ADHD. USA Today Magazine, 129, 2670, 64. Article addresses over diagnosing and overmedicating people with ADHD. Wooltorton, E. (2006) Medications for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: cardiovascular concerns.