Abstract Background We examined whether pregnant women with periodontal disease have an increased risk of preeclampsia, and we empirically evaluated the extent to which associations between periodontal disease and preeclampsia are dependent upon diagnostic criteria used to define periodontal disease operationally. Methods One hundred and fifty preeclampsia cases and one-fifty normotensive controls who delivered a singleton infant at term were enrolled. Periodontal examinations were performed within 48 h after delivery.
Spiritual experiences of family members to cope with the challenges of childhood disability: If we take the family as a circle, the disabled child is in the center of the circle and weights on all communications in the family.
Therefore, in this research, the experiences of all family members are studied. This was a phenomenological study.
Participants were Iranian families with disabled child and were selected by a goal-oriented sampling. Data collection was done through an unstructured interview.
Interviews were transcript based. Codes were extracted from the interviews and then the main Preeclampsia case study were formed by organizing the formulated meanings into clusters of themes.
Data were being compiled from the h interview tapes and the verbatim transcription of the interviews with the 12 study participants. Then, the researchers formulated the meanings of each significant statement into 65 codes and organized the formulated meanings into following four clusters of themes: The existence of a disabled child may lead to psychological and spiritual distress and vast changes in every aspect of each member of the family.
A pilot study for evaluation of knowledge and common practises of nursing staff regarding use of multidose injection vials and their microbial contamination rate in a super-specialty hospital Mohit Bhatia, Bibhabati Mishra, Poonam Sood Loomba, Vinita Dogra J Edu Health Promot7: Multidose injection vials MDVs are prone to bacterial contamination, and their use has been reported to be a potential source of infections.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the knowledge and common practises of nursing staff regarding the use of MDVs and its microbial contamination rate. A pilot study was conducted in a super-specialty hospital from June to December Information about knowledge and common practises of nursing staff posted in various Intensive Care Units ICUs with respect to the usage of single and MDVs, respectively, was obtained and assessed.
About 40 in-use multidose injection vials containing some remnants were collected from different ICUs.
The broth was visually examined every day and subcultured onto blood, chocolate, and Sabouraud Dextrose agar plates on alternate days within 10 days or any time that the appearance seemed turbid. The microbial isolates thus obtained were identified using standard guidelines and recorded.
Descriptive statistics were used. The study group members had sufficient knowledge about various aspects of handling single and MDVs, respectively, such as hand hygiene, disinfection, checking of vial labels, and expiry date. The use of MDVs is associated with the risk of contamination and nosocomial outbreaks of life-threatening bloodstream infections.Abstract: Late-onset postpartum preeclampsia is atypical and potentially life-threatening.
Diagnosis is frequently delayed because signs and symptoms of significant disease are subtle, thus, nurse practitioners should have a high index of suspicion.
Pre-Eclampsia: A Case Study - Free download as Word Doc .doc), PDF File .pdf) or read online for free/5(17). The group chose the case for the reason that they wanted to show the readers the process on how pre-eclampsia occurs and for them to fully understand and be reminded on one of the complications associated with pregnancy.4/4(21).
cility based unmatched case-control study was conducted among ( cases and controls) pregnant women attending antepartum or intrapartum care in .
While our study was a case control study and a DASS21 was used, sampling was performed in the third trimester of pregnancy. In the study of Sikkema et al.
(), a few women with preeclampsia had severe degrees of anxiety (14). The RN asks Jennie if the HCP has discussed the labor and delivery process, potential complications, and the management of those complications with her and if she understands them.