Smoking in public places is a serious social problem that places the lives of smokers and the non-smokers at a risk of different health complications.

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Introduction Smoking in public places is a serious social problem that places the lives of smokers and the non-smokers at a risk of different health complications. Although public smoking has been made illegal in different nations, it still exists surreptitiously in certain locals, and it is indeed paradoxical to consider that some hardened and chain […]

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Compare and contrast effective/ineffective responses to ethical conflict in nursing(as a nurse or especially a Nurse practitioner)

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Founded by Florence Nightingale, the nursing profession started in England back in the 19th century. Nurses are usually the frontlines when it comes to the medicine field, as they interact with the patients on daily basis. They face different ethical dillemmas when making decisions irrespective of where they work. Ethical problems present situations without direct answers […]

“Briefly describe the importance of the interaction between the respiratory and cardiovascular systems in maintaining the body’s internal balance”

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To understand the relationship between the respiratory and cardiovascular systems, it is necessary to comprehend how each of these mechanisms works. Tortora et al, (2007), states that the cardiovascular system comprises of the heart and blood vessels; which include veins, arteries, and the capillaries. This also includes the four heart chambers, responsible for the process […]

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Effective Communication in Nursing

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Communication is one of the most important aspects in the nursing world because the work of nurses includes constant and intimate contact between the nurse and the patient, the patient relatives and the other members of the medical staff. The efficiency and effectiveness of a nurse depends on the ability of nurse to communicate well […]

The Safety of Deep Sedation without Intubation for Abortion in the Outpatient Setting

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Pregnant women, in the second trimester, are said to have a high risk of perioperative pulmonary aspiration during delivery. This is caused by an elevation of physiological changes in the fetus which is characterized by gastroesophageal reflux disease, increased nausea, and vomiting among others. However, health practitioners advocate endotracheal intubation to expectant mothers receiving anesthesia […]