Friday, 22 February 2019

Emergency Nurses and ICU Nurses

Emergency Nurses treat the patients of various situations like trauma, injuries etc., in the hospital emergency departments. Most of the patients here will be having life-threatening situations, so as an Emergency nurse should be so quick to analyze the problem, stable the patients and minimize the pain.

Whereas ICU Nurses treat the patients who require utmost care in a highly sophisticated setting, these nurses should have a keen knowledge of the pathology of the diseases in order to treat the condition and sustain lives. ICU Nurses are quick, independent and efficient regarding their work. They care for the patients who are ventilated, intubated and fragile. They should have the capability to recognize the minute symptoms of the patients so that the right care is provided.

The workflow of both nurses differs a lot. The Emergency nurses will be massively on teamwork and intuition. There will be a chance of more disorganization. ER attendants work totally in an unexpected way, and in light of current circumstances. They don't have sufficient energy or extravagance to be thorough. They just have sufficient energy to survey, respond, and proceed onward. So in the event that you need to take a gander at an ER medical attendant's paper "brain," don't be shocked on the off chance that they don't convey one. All that they have to know is up best.

But, in the case of ICU Nurses, they have well-organized shifts. They check with the patient's dilutions accurately. They will know their stuff and maintains the checklist properly.

In ER Nurses they will never know what’s next to their door, they should identify the major problems, treat them and stabilize the patient. ER Nurses don’t have time to react and to respond.

In the ICU nurses should think proactively and act. ICU nurses need to take a glance at everyone framework as interconnected and treat in that capacity. ICU Nurses are making arrangements for long haul objectives for patients and frequently watch patients advance from basic sickness to wellbeing once more. The objective isn't in-and-out, it's long haul wellbeing. ICU nurses are included with patients and families, building compatibility and giving training. ER nurses regularly don’t have much time to interact with patients.

The personality of ER Nurses will be like calm and collected, think big pictures, quick reacting, and they assure that the patient is alive.

ICU Nurses are organized, have great attention, and they can simultaneously take care of the patients without blinking an eye.

Although all the nurses are Superheroes, They are incredibly smart and thinks quickly and saves lives every day.

Friday, 1 February 2019

Pediatric Nursing vs. Adult Nursing

Nursing is one of the most ancient and sophisticated division when it comes to healthcare and hospitality. There have always been different types of nursing which can be categorized based on the services and hospitality they provide to different types of patients. Pediatric Nursing is one among them. These nursing professionals handle very delicately and the naughtiest patients of all which makes their jobs much more interesting and complicated.

There are many ways where one can distinguish the roles and responsibilities played by the Pediatric nurse and the one dealing with the adults.  Pediatric nurses are expected to be more patient and reliable so that the kids can take up the required and prescribed medication. They are ought to be childlike at times to make them take up the medicines. These nurses also deal with the most delicate and minute tissues of humankind. When it comes to intravenous injection and other surgeries they are completely responsible as a small error may cost the life of the infant. These make the life of the nurses much complicated. On the other hand, they need not look into the long medical history as in the case of the adults where they would have gone through years of medication which makes it difficult of the nurses to follow up while treating them.

Apart from this, the family pressure is an added burden on the shoulder for the nurses, especially for pediatric nurses. Pediatric patients actually have less reserve and can recompense normal signs for extended periods of time before a sudden fall of vitals. Kids never present the same way for stroke or heart conditions. And because some are too young to talk, it also takes keen analytical skills and also has to depend on intuition. When adult patients are sick, it usually starts cardiac arrest. In children, sign for the fall almost originate from the respiratory cause.

The pediatric nurses also have to tolerate the body discharges of kids like vomit, poop etc., which are very rare cases to handle in case of adults and also have to provide parental care to the kids as some are too young to even talk.  They also have to sacrifice their time after working hours to take care of these little ones who definitely needs some supervision constantly. These are some of the added responsibilities what these nurses possess which definitely make them stand out of all the other listed items in the nursing categories. 

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Friday, 25 January 2019

Art helps nursing, medical students strengthen their observation skills

According to findings Gazing at a painting or examining a sculpture can aid nursing and medical students in improving their observation skills.

Observation is vital to the determination, and art can instruct students to back off and truly look. Art is a useful asset for instructing, and this program helped medical attendants and specialists turn out to be progressively skilled at perception and urged them to move far from making assumptions.

The researcher wants to tell the difference between the visual learning and the classroom learning. They taught nursing students by using Visual Thinking Strategies, the oldest method by asking them what they see. What did they understand by looking at it?

Every week, students utilized these systems to take a gander at work of art. They were doled out "workmanship patients," works that they visited for 30-minute stretches and evaluated utilizing VTS. Students likewise looked into the craftsmanship and specialists and portrayed them to one another, working on listening abilities. During a session, students were given live models wearing re-enacted skin conditions, including a rash and an evacuated tattoo.

The researcher’s conducted a pre-test and a post-test to the students asking them to describe the images and the art. They counted their responses in the number of words so that they could measure the changes in the aspects like emotion, evidence, medical, and storytelling. They observed that the change was significant. After this course of learning, the students had more medical observations. Their terminology and language changed and became more clinical.

The researcher’s also told that this artwork would help in finding the big and the small details of the patients which can be overlooked. This quality should be maintained by every clinician.

Due to the empathy in their responses the gains which the students made were not matched. For this the teaching and the context matter, the educators must thoroughly know how to use the art models and give the exact information to the students. The art can be a versatile tool in the classroom.

At the point when individuals go into medicinal services, they tend not to remain in one place. Art museums give students a stay in the network, a place to return to. Notwithstanding building their perception abilities, therapeutic expressions projects can give understudies a deep-rooted association with the humanities.

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Thursday, 3 January 2019


About Conference

It takes immense pleasure to welcome you all for the upcoming “23rd International Conference on Primary Health Care and Nursing ( Nursing Health 2019 ) to be held during April 29- 30, 2019 Helsinki, Finland. This two-day event will include expert keynote talks, symposium and plenary lectures, Poster sessions, Young Researchers Forum, Exhibitions, B2B Meetings, Scientific networking etc.

ME Conferences organized Nursing series conferences from past six years and continuing in the upcoming year in various regions of the world. In the past years, our conferences witnessed grand participation of renowned experts and professionals in Nursing, Emergency Medicine and Healthcare fields, business delegates and talented students across the globe ultimately making the event a hub for knowledge transfer facilitating business and academic collaborations. Conferences held every year mark the presence of delegates from over 25 countries. 

Emergency Nursing, Surgical Nursing, Critical Care Nursing, Epidemiology, Midwifery & Pediatric Nursing, & Clinical Nursing. Nursing Health 2019 is a specially comprehensive program which involves talks, workshops, oral presentations, poster presentations, symposiums and other special sessions on all aspects of primary healthcare, first aid and on emergency and trauma nursing.

Target Audience:

Primary Healthcare Practitioners, Family Medicine Specialists, Primary Healthcare Researchers, Primary and Community care Specialists, Public Health Specialists, Internal Medicine Physicians, Primary Healthcare Associations and Societies, Business Entrepreneurs, Training Institutes, Software developing companies, Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies, Data Management Companies, Nurse practitioners, Liberal practice nurses, Primary care providers, and Other interested healthcare professionals.

Scope and Importance:

Why to Attend???

It will unfold on-going researches in Nursing Science and Practice. It will also provide insight to the new innovations and techniques. It is very helpful for the student Nurses and fellowship owners as it gives insight in the field. It also provides opportunities to the companies to exhibit their products and has face to face meetings with scientists expanding their business Spaces. 

Nursing is a healthcare profession focused on the care of individuals, families, and communities so they may attain, maintain or recover optimal health and quality of life from birth to death. Nursing is among the fastest-developing fields, and it has a robust job market, which makes it very attractive to people in search of a new or first career. So many abundance of exceptional nursing programs available, both online and conventional. Registered nurses that have especially trained as family nurse practitioners can serve as both primary, and specialty health care providers. As a family doctor, a family nurse practitioner frequently works with patients throughout their entire life, conducting examinations when necessary, diagnosing illnesses and conditions, and even prescribing medication in some circumstances.

Conference Highlights

Monday, 9 July 2018

Join hands for the upcoming conference: Joint Meet on pediatrics, nutrition & primary health care nursing

July 16-18, 2018, Dubai UAE

Thursday, 21 June 2018

Neonatal Nursing: The primary care required for the normal healthy neonates are provided by the mothers under the guidance of nurses or the health care providers. Establishment of open airway and circulation, maintenance of temperature, Vitamin K injection, identification of new-born, and initiation of breastfeeding are the basic level immediate practices.
The temperature is usually maintained with the help of skin to skin contact with the mother, keeping the neonates head covered or by drying the baby under a radiant warmer.
At birth, the first cry and the involuntary respiration happens. When the head is delivered, birth attendant immediately removes the secretions by suction, wipe mucus from face, mouth, and nose. Suction the mouth and nose are carried out with the help of a bulb syringe. The baby’s head is kept slightly lower than the body, positions the baby on their backs or tilted to the side, but not on their stomachs.
Identification of the baby is done before the baby leaves the delivery; bracelets with identical numbers are placed on the baby and mother for the identification process. Babies often have two, one on the wrist and the other on the angle.
During the first few days of life, until the infant is able to produce vitamin k by itself, it is supplied by the nurses. Vitamin K helps in preventing neonatal hemorrhage. Babies can be breastfed as soon as the airway is cleared and they are breathing normally.
The daily routine care of the neonates include breastfeeding, warmth, skin care & baby bath, care of the eyes, care of umbilical cord, clothing of the baby, general care, observation, taking the anthropometric measurement, immunization, follow up & advice.

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Thursday, 14 June 2018

Nurses have a key role in disaster preparedness at the local, state, and national levels through critical thinking, effective planning, community and consumer education, and direct care provided during disasters. Nurses maximize the health and health care experiences of infants and women. This role extends to addressing the needs of women and infants in disasters. Nurses can play a key role in advance of a disaster by preparing communities and individuals so that potential hazards are mitigated when disaster strikes. This is all the more critical when planning for vulnerable populations, such as pregnant and postpartum women and infants who have unique needs during a crisis. During and after a crisis event, nurses with women’s health or obstetric backgrounds can facilitate rapid response and recovery to minimize the impact of the disaster on women and infants. major role of nurse in disasters include, magnitude determination of the event, Defining the health needs of the affected groups, establishing the priorities and objectives, identification of actual and potential public health problems, determining resources needed to respond to the needs identified, maintenance of unified chain of command, communication, collaboration with professional disciplines, governmental and non-governmental agencies and so on.

22nd International Conference on Primary Healthcare and Nursing

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