Health

The Symptoms and Treatment of Cervical Cancer

Abstract This paper looks into various aspects of cervical cancer. It looks into how cervical cancer is diagnosed and the symptoms that are used to tell when an individual has cervical cancer. It also seeks to establish the available treatment for the disease, prevention, and the use of P medication....

Long-Term Care in USA

Abstract Long-term care is a very important issue that requires serious policy attention in the United States, even though this has not been the case. It matters in the lives of millions of Americans and has direct impact on spending by public programs. Notably, LTC faces a host of challenges...

Marketing Plan for Hospital Has Low Demand

Executive Summary The marketing plan details the various actions that Al-Salit will take into account in the process of introducing a new line of service. Specifically, the firm intends to establish a pediatric wing in order to improve the effectiveness with which it serves its customers. The new wing aims...

Iodine Regulation in the Thyroid

Introduction The human body is a complex structure that runs on various processes, which are similar to machines. The different body parts play significant roles in the normal operation of the entire being. In order to ensure that each part runs efficiently and effectively, special care is necessary. Such care...

Theoretical Perspectives for Nursing

The four key concepts that form the foundation for the nursing profession are person, environment, health and nursing. These concepts examine the primary doctrines of nursing practice. They also form the ground through which individuals should be examined and treated within the nursing profession. This paper looks at the application...

The Venezuelan Healthcare System Critical Assessment

Introduction Comprehensive introductory plans and the availability of subsidized or free healthcare given by the Venezuelan government in the 1980s and 1990s made the country’s health care system among the most developed in the region. By 2000, a large population of people both in towns and rural areas could access...

Right to Die, DNR

The right to die is an entitlement to end one’s life (Humphry, 2003). It holds that every person has a right to die with dignity. Possession of this right gives an individual the ability to choose when to die and by whom. It is sometimes denoted as do not resuscitate....

Job Description: Nuclear Medicine Technologist

Job description Diagnostic imaging commonly uses X-Ray to diagnose diseases. In nuclear medicine, diagnosis is made using radionuclides. Radionuclides are unstable atoms that spontaneously emit radiation (Nuclear Medicine Technologists, 2012). They are used to develop radiopharmaceuticals. The work of nuclear medicine technologists is to give patients radiopharmaceuticals, and then keep...

Alzheimer Disease and Its Effects

Introduction Alzheimer’s disease is a permanent condition that mainly affects the elderly. Besides it being a substantial burden to the healthcare system, it is also a challenge to the patients themselves, as well as caregivers (Salawu, Umar & Olokoba, 2011). As such, Alzheimer’s has become a significant public health issue...

The Expected Code of Conduct in Long-Term-Care Facility

Introduction Healthcare is a medical term which refers to all activities and services involving human health, such as the diagnosis, treatment, as well as prevention of illness, disease, injury, and other mental and physical impairments in humans. Health care is delivered or administered by practitioners in various medical professions such...

The Contribution of Florence Nightingale in Nursing

Introduction Like many other professions in the world today, nursing has undergone tremendous transformations throughout history. It is evident that the outlook of nursing in the 21st century as an admirable career differs largely from what was known a century ago. This change has been brought about by visionary and...