Nursing Programme. Term (4)

 

 

How can we eradicate malaria in Sudan ?

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  1. almustafa daood Says:

    How to eradicate malaria in Sudan
    1∙bridging the stagnant water∙
    2∙cover sinks∙
    3∙repair the broken pipes of the water∙∙
    4∙use mosquito net∙
    5∙use oil in stagnant water to prevent mosquito breeding∙
    6∙USE VACCINES∙
    7∙IN PATIEN OF MALARIA USE DRUG REGULAR AND COMPELETLY∙
    8∙THE USE OF CHEMICAL SPRAYING OF PESTICIDES∙

  2. nursing_azza_as(1) Says:

    nursing_azza_as(1) Says: Your comment is awaiting moderation.

    April 16, 2009 at 1:30 pm | Reply
    We can eradicate the malaria by many method one of this is to kill the mosquito because the malaria cause by the plasmodium the second use the bed net is the most effective to prevent malaria the other method is to cut the tree and not but the dirty in the water other method the people use the treatment in the proper way the other method we tell about health education and community health and tell about the sign and the symptoms of the malaria to use the treatment

  3. amira Says:

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  4. hanan hassan-nursing Says:

    1} prevent accumulation of water
    2} educate people about proper disposable waste
    3} educate patient about signs and symptoms of malaria.
    4} identify the causes& risk factor of malaria.
    5} educate the people to use net bed side before you sleep.
    6} the other methods apply the lubricant or moister for the skin.
    7} educate the people to cover sinks & use DDT to kill mosquito.
    8} identify the mode of transmission.
    9} educate the people when he feel with any sign hurry up to hospital to investigate it.
    10} educate the people about treatment & complication of malaria

  5. sherien mubarak as2 Says:

    1. how long have you been feeling fever ?
    I have been feeling fever for three days
    2. how long have you been having nausea ?
    I have been nausea for two days
    3. how long have you been having headache ?
    Ihave been headache also for two days
    4. how long have you been vomiting ?
    I have been vomiting for three days
    5. how long have you been having joint pain ?
    For two days
    6. how long have you been feeling fatigue ?
    For four days
    7.how long have you been sleeping dsiturbance?
    For three days
    8. Ihow long have you been feeling diziness?
    Ihave been feeling dizinees when I standing up
    9.how long have you been having abdomenal pain ?
    I have been feeling abdomenal pain for three days
    10.have you been recieving any drugs?
    Yes I was received panadol
    My nursing diagnose is
    1. nutition alteration
    2. sleeping alteraion
    3. fatigue

  6. rania nursing AS2 Says:

    have you been feeling fever ?
    I have been feeling fever
    how long have you been having nausea ?
    I have been having nausea for two days
    have you been having headache ?
    Ihave been headache
    have you been vomiting ?
    I have been vomiting
    have you been irritating ?
    yes
    have you been begning convulsion ?
    no Iam not having convulsion
    have you been having weight loss?
    yes Ihave been weight loss
    have you been feeling diziness?
    Ihave been feeling dizinees
    have you been having discomfort ?
    I have been discomfort
    have you been feeling anxeity?
    Yes I have been feeling anxeity
    My nursing diagnose is
    1. discomfort alteration
    2. nutriyional alter

  7. rania nursing AS3 Says:

    One of the right of human being is to life , until person who in aterminal illness , to aspect of human dignity .
    for all of this reason in my opinion the mercy killing is illegal because we religiou is islam .
    The islam religios is aspect the human dignity in ( life, illness , & death etc …. ) .

  8. Amira naser el deen Says:

    malaria can eradicate by this method firest sprey the water which in the road and drum the holes alsoe by cutting the trees and sprey it then put oil of the water in the road .we can also use bed net at the nigte second we can treat the patent s and make health education

  9. khansa isaa adam Says:

    malaria

  10. raniaabd eljleel nursing as3 Says:

    Mercy killing

    One of the right of human being is to life, until person who in a terminal illness to aspect of human dignity.
    For all of this reason in my opinion the mercy killing is illegal because we religious is Islam, the Islam religious is aspect the human dignity in life (life, illness, death).

  11. raniaabd eljleel nursing as3 Says:

    Nursing in Sudan (past , present )

    Nursing in Sudan was not available in the past, or value & the form of study nursing is completely different for example: the student were studies in hospital directly by practice the job but doesn’t studies in form of theory.
    Traditional, the belief in Sudan about nursing is uncorrected , for example the family shouldn’t allow the girl to work at night shift , but now the nursing continue developed & the form of studies is two form (practical & theory ) , & the human belief is become developed about nursing .

  12. nursing Arwa As1 Says:

    How to eradicate malaria in Sudan:
    The scientist use program to eradicate of malaria includes:
    1-search: to identify people at risk.
    2-eleminate: a-use proper water supply and good sanitation b-avoid any good environment to growing of mosquito
    3-Educate: a-to use the bed net at night
    b- Use cream to kill mosquito c-spray insect side product d-eliminate of all swamps
    4-vaccination

  13. Arwa Nursing As1 Says:

    How to eradicate malaria in Sudan:
    The scientist use program to eradicate of malaria includes:
    1-search: to identify people at risk.
    2-eleminate: a-use proper water supply and good sanitation b-avoid any good environment to growing of mosquito
    3-Educate: a-to use the bed net at night
    b- Use cream to kill mosquito c-spray insect side product d-eliminate of all swamps
    4-vaccination

  14. Arwa Nursing As2 Says:

    1-How long have you been feeling chest pain?
    I have been feeling chest pain during coughe.
    2-How long have you been coughing up blood?
    I have been coughing allday.
    3-How long have you been feeling fatigue?
    I have been feeling fatigue allday
    4-You have been feeling abdominal pain?
    I have been feeling abdominal pain with eating.
    5-How long have you been having fever?
    I have been having fever at night.
    6-Have you been feeling difficulty in breathing?
    I have been feeling difficulty in breathing increase with chest pain.
    7-Have you been feeling activity intolerance?
    I have been feeling activity intolerance when making any effort.
    8-Have you been feeling anxiety?
    I have been feeling anxiety allday.
    9-How long have you been feeling headach?
    For three days.
    10-How long have you been having symptoms?
    For tow weeks.
    Nursing diagnosis:
    Anxiety.
    Ftigue.
    Acute pain.

  15. Arwa Nursing As3 Says:

    I think that the mercy killing should be illegal according to my opinion for several reasons .First, this ends a person’s who may be live normally and have a chance to recover again. Second, family hope for person lives lost . Third,reduce the strong family relation ship between family members . Fourth, right to life no found . Fifth, modern technology gives patient big chance to live. Finally, religion I am Muslim and Islam reject the mercy killing and right to life is very important in these religion.

  16. khansa isaa Says:

    1.ovoid accomulation of water
    2.identife causes of malaria
    3.aske the people about proper disposble wast
    4.educate people about signs and syptoms
    5.must be use bed net at bed time
    6.cover the contener of water
    7.identify and prevent modof transmission
    8.ask hte people about treatment

  17. khansa isaa Says:

    1.How long have you beenfeeling fever?
    2.How long have you been feeling chest pain?
    3.How long have you beencoughingupblood?
    4.How long have you beenfeeling headach?
    5.Have you been feeling anaxity?
    6.Have you beenfeeling difficully in breething?
    7.Have you beenfeeking activity intolrance?
    my nursing diagnosis
    1.anxity
    2.acutpain
    3.fatigue

  18. khansa isaa Says:

    nursing in sudan is very diffrent between the present and past the nursing in past was not widspreed and not availble because the schools of nursing is very limited and give diploma in addition the people can not understant the nature of nursing the nursing in past is very traditional and depend on skills onl without knowlege.but the nursing today is very availble resulted from increas schools of nursing and increas healthe education in the community.

  19. khansa isaa Says:

    according to my opinion and my islamic culture the mercy killing is illegal acording for this reason;
    1.the life from gat
    2.the life must be continouse untile the patientdia
    3.may be the patient recover

  20. mustafa daood Says:

    acording my opinion the mercykilling to the patient with brain death or live by support machines such as respiratory in islam is not correct because:the dignity and islam bans the killing of self

  21. almustafa daood Says:

    acording my opinion the mercykilling to the patient with brain death or live by support machines such as respiratory in islam is not correct because:the dignity and islam bans the killing of self

  22. almustafa daood Says:

    @@nursing@@

    nursing and one of the most importance medical proffessional and is complementary and adolesant medical.

    nursing is Profession result of the humanitarian service of man does not differentiate between religions and the language.

    @@importance of nursing@@

    first:nurses help families learn to be came healthy by helping to understanding the range of emotional,physical,mental and cultural.
    second:educate patient and public the prevention of illness and injuries.
    third.help p.t to recover to use drug regular , preserve right of the patient.
    four: benefit for yourself.
    five:care of the p.t physical , social and emotion

  23. sherien mubark Says:

    nursing;-
    Is the Health-care profession providing physical and emotional care to the sick and promoting health in all individuals through activities including research, health education, and patient consultation
    Nursing includes providing physical and emotional care, promoting comfort, , assisting in rehabilitative efforts, teaching self-care and health promotion activities, and administering treatments prescribed by a licensed physician. Patient-care activities are coordinated so as to help individuals gain independence as rapidly as possible or maintain an optimal level of function.
    Nursing is the protection, promotion, and optimization of health and abilities; prevention of illness and injury; alleviation of suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human responses; and advocacy in health care for individuals, families, communities, and populations

  24. sherien mubark Says:

    in my opinion mercy killing is illegal for several reason :-
    firstly :we religious is Islam, the Islam religious is aspect the human dignity in life and keep the right of life
    secondly:some people need to their patient to end his life until the end
    thirdly :the new research and developmental technology may discover the management of terminal illnesses.

  25. sherien mubark Says:

    How to eradicate malaria in Sudan:
    Malaria is the most common disease and leads to death. for these reasons, we should make a program to eradicate it:
    The main points of this program are:
    1-early identifying of risk areas for disease
    2-elinimante all sloughs to prevent fertilization of mosquito
    3-encourage people to use the bed net during sleeping
    4-spray insect sides to kill mosquito
    5-educate people about malaria and how to prevent it
    6- Apply a vaccination program.

  26. badria abdalgadir Says:

    That true happiness for the price
    Write a nother story. Use your own words

  27. almustafa daood ibrahim Says:

    @@ Nursing in past and present in Sudan @@
    @ In past @
    Nursing in Sudan and recently emerged as the first nursing school was established in 1956 and was only 6 students female attached to hospital and duration of the study 3 years. They can use traditional mechanism in the work
    @@ In present @@
    According to development in the development of medical and nursing has become one of the most important disciplines means of modern equipment and machines which harness the modern nursing in increased interest in the Sudan and the establishment of colleges only responsible for nursing.

  28. arwa as4 Says:

    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 the end of life.
    Nursing provide physical and emotional care to promte patient healthy.
    nurses provide many service in community such as education and healp people to reduce for suffering.

  29. arwa as5 Says:

    A nursing home or rest home :
    provides a type of care of residents: it is a place of residence for people who require constant nursing care and have significant deficiencies with activities of daily living.Services provided in nursing homes include services of nurses, nursing aides and assistants; physical, occupational and speech therapists; social workers and recreational assistants; and room and board. Most care in nursing facilities is provided by certified nursing assistants, not by skilled personnel.
    The spread of nursing homein Sudan isnot large than other world. I am think the sudanese family relatinship are very strong , kind and love the family.

  30. sherien mubarakass5nursing Says:

    vocabulary in hyper cholestrolemia
    match the word with their meaningl:-
    (1) a
    (2) c
    (3) d
    (4) d
    (5) d
    (6) c
    (7) a

  31. arwa as6 Says:

    1-Pharmacy:is the branch of the health sciences dealing with the preparation, dispensing and proper utilization of drugs.
    2-Medicine:is the science of diagnosing, treating, or preventing disease and other damage to the body or mind.
    3-Diagnosis:are process of identifying or determining the nature and cause of a disease or injury through evaluation of patient history, examination, and review of laboratory data.
    4-Infection:is the growth of a parasitic organism within the body.
    5-Ribs: are the long curved bones which form the ribcage. In most vertebrates, ribs surround the chest.
    6-Chew:are bite and grind with the teeth; masticate
    7-Patient: aperson who requires medical care
    8-Skeletone: are internal structure compose of bone and cartilage that protects and supports the soft organs, tissues, and other parts of a vertebrate organism; endoskeleton.
    9-Anatomy: branches of medicine study of the morphology that deals with the structure ofbody human.
    10-Fracture:A fracture is the (local) separation of an object or material into two, or more, pieces under the action of stress.
    11-x-rays:are electromagnetic radiations of high energy having wave lengths shorter than those in the ultraviolet region,to diagnose disease and to treat .
    12-Hospital:A hospital is an institution for health care providing patient treatment by specialize staff and equipment.
    13-Brain:is a part of the central nervous system that includes all the higher nervous centers; enclosed within the skull; continuous with the spinal cord.
    14-Microscope: is an instrument for viewing objects that are too small .
    15-Neurons system: A neuron is a nerve cell that is the basic building of the nervous system.The cells within the body which make up the nervous system, specifically those along which information travels.
    16-Drug:is any substance that, when absorbe into the body of a living organism, alters normal bodily function.
    17-Acupuncture:Acupuncture is a technique of insert and manipulat fine needles into specific points on the body to relieve pain or for therapeutic purposes .
    18-Respiration:respiration is the metabolic processes of transport of oxygen from the outside air to the cells within tissues, and the transport of carbon dioxide.
    19-Nutrients: A nutrient is a chemical that an organism needs to live and grow or that can be metabolize by an animal to give energy and build tissue.
    20-Injury: is any physical damage to the body cause by violence or accident or fracture .

  32. arwa nursing as7 Says:

    cholsterol
    vocabulary:
    1-a
    2-c
    3-d
    4-b
    5-d
    6-c
    7-a

  33. arwa nursing as8 Says:

    B-II
    4-capability.
    5-examine
    6-potintialy
    7-productive
    8-fascinating
    9-unlocked
    10-engineering

  34. mahaabdalrhman Says:

    How to eradicate malaria in Sudan
    1∙bridging the stagnant water∙
    2∙cover sinks∙
    3∙repair the broken pipes of the water∙∙
    4∙use mosquito net∙
    5∙use oil in stagnant water to prevent mosquito breeding∙
    6∙USE VACCINES∙
    7∙IN PATIEN OF MALARIA USE DRUG REGULAR AND COMPELETLY∙
    8∙THE USE OF CHEMICAL SPRAYING OF PESTICIDES∙

  35. mahaabdalrhman Says:

    nursing in sudan is very diffrent between the present and past the nursing in past was not widspreed and not availble because the schools of nursing is very limited and give diploma in addition the people can not understant the nature of nursing the nursing in past is very traditional and depend on skills onl without knowlege.but the nursing today is very availble resulted from increas schools of nursing and increas healthe education in the community.

  36. mahaabdalrhman Says:

    1-How long have you been feeling chest pain?
    I have been feeling chest pain during coughe.
    2-How long have you been coughing up blood?
    I have been coughing allday.
    3-How long have you been feeling fatigue?
    I have been feeling fatigue allday
    4-You have been feeling abdominal pain?
    I have been feeling abdominal pain with eating.
    5-How long have you been having fever?
    I have been having fever at night.
    6-Have you been feeling difficulty in breathing?
    I have been feeling difficulty in breathing increase with chest pain.
    7-Have you been feeling activity intolerance?
    I have been feeling activity intolerance when making any effort.
    8-Have you been feeling anxiety?
    I have been feeling anxiety allday.
    9-How long have you been feeling headach?
    For three days.
    10-How long have you been having symptoms?
    For tow weeks.
    Nursing diagnosis:
    Anxiety.
    Ftigue.
    Acute pain.

  37. arwa nursing as9 Says:

    B-VII
    1-Find
    2-For
    3-Alone
    4-Walk
    5-Sight
    6-Highly
    7-Falling
    8-Chemicals
    9-Badly
    10-Clean
    11-Excited
    12-However
    13-Believe
    14-Fool
    15-Wonders
    16-Discovery

  38. sherien mubarakass5nursing Says:

    1.acupuncture is a methodof curing ilnessor reliweving pain by inserting needles into the body
    2.pharamcy:isthe art and science of preparing and dispensing drugs and medicines,
    3.hospital:isa health facility where patients receive treatment
    4.anatomy:is examines the structures, or morphology, of the body parts-their forms and organization.
    5.respiration;the process of taking in oxygen from inhaled air and releasing carbon dioxide by exhalation
    6.diagnosis;is the process of identifying a medical condition or disease by its signs, symptoms, and from the results of various diagnostic procedures.
    7.skeleton:the hard structure (bones and cartilages) that provides a frame for the body of an ais any substance that, when absorbed into the body of a living organism, alters normal bodily function. …nimal
    8.drugs;is any substance that, when absorbed into the body of a living organism, alters normal bodily function.
    9.injury:any physical damage to the body caused by violence or accident or fracture etc.
    10:fracture:is abreak of the continuty of the bone
    11.medicine:the branches of medical science that deal with nonsurgical techniques
    12.nutrient:any substance that can be metabolized by an animal to give energy and build tissue
    13.brain:that part of the central nervous system that includes all the higher nervous centers; enclosed within the skull; continuous with the spinal cord
    14.spinal column:is an individual bone in the flexible column that defines vertebrate animals, via humans
    15.layers:thin structure composed of a single thickness of cells
    16.patient: is any person who receives medical attention, care, or treatment. The person is most often ill or injured and in need of treatment
    17.communicable:a sickness or disease that can be passed from person to person through some type of physical contact; contagious
    18.chew:is the process by which food is crushed and ground by teeth
    19.microscope:an instrument used to magnify small objects so that they can be seen much better than with your eye
    20. x-ray: is a type of ray used in medical imaging to diagnose diseases such aslung cancer.

  39. sherien mubarakass5nursing Says:

    vocabulary in hyper cholestrolemia
    match the word with their meaningl:-
    (1) a
    (2) c
    (3) d
    (4) b
    (5) d
    (6) c
    (7) a

  40. sherien mubarakass6nursing Says:

    choose one of the words in bracckets to fill in each of the blanks:
    (1)_find
    (2)_for
    (3)_alone
    (4)_walk
    (5)_sight
    (6)_highly
    (7)_falling
    (8)_chemicals
    (9)_badly
    (10)_clean
    (11)_excited
    (12)_however
    (13)_believe
    (14)_fool
    (|15)_wonders
    (16)_discovery

  41. arwa nursing as10 Says:

    Human Brain-The Unused Side
    Exercice
    1-A
    2-A
    3-D
    4-A
    5-A

  42. sherien mubarakass6nursing Says:

    human brain:
    (1)_A
    (2)_A
    (3)_d
    (4)_a
    (5)_a

  43. sherien ass8 Says:

    nursing home in sudan:-
    nursing home:: it is a place of residence for people who require constant nursing care and have significant deficiencies with activities of daily living. Residents include the elderly and younger adults with physical or mental disabilities
    in sudan nursing home is uncommon and rare becaus sudanese people don,t agree to put older people away from us and the strong relationship between family member and want to do care of relative older people by thier self.

  44. sherien ass8 Says:

    nursing home in sudan:-
    nursing home:: it is a place of residence for people who require constant nursing care and have significant deficiencies with activities of daily living. Residents include the elderly and younger adults with physical or mental disabilities
    in sudan nursing home is uncommon and rare becaus for sevral reason people don,t agree to put older people away from us and the strong relationship between family member and want to do care of relative older people by thier self.

  45. almustafa daood Says:

    @@nursing diagnosis@@

    1. How long you have been feeling fever.
    I have been feeling fever 2 days
    2. How long you have been feeling chest pain.
    I have been chest feeling pain 1day
    3. How long you have been feeling nusea.
    I have been feeling nusea 3days
    4. How lon you have been feeling abdominal pain.
    I have been feeling abdominal pain today
    5. How long you have been feeling fatigh.
    I have been feeling fatigh 5 days.

    @@nursing diagnosis actual @@

    1. Fluid volume defficit RT nusea and vomiting.
    2. Pain RT surgical incision.
    3. Knowledge deficit RT disease and treatment.
    4. Ineffective breathing patten RT paralysis of nerve muscle of respiratory.
    5. Anexiety RT disease.
    6. High risk for complication RT disease.

  46. aaesha Says:

    zoompa

  47. Haram elzain Says:

    how long been fevering
    huo long been coghing
    huo lon been sweeting
    how long beenvomiting
    how long been nouseatig
    nursing diagns
    actvty antolrance
    alter nutitenal less than body requrement
    alter body tembretier

  48. Haram elzain Says:

    in my opinion of merkidly killing is not legal to several cases:
    1.islam relegus is not agree for this
    2.not give patient chanse for life
    3.docter as soon as posiple work to keep pt life

  49. Haram elzain Says:

    The Nursing Homes Registry provides the public with online access to details on a range of registered nursing, rest, retirement, warden assisted, respite, convalescent, elderley and special care homes in the UK. dealing with private and Social Services customers.

    Acording to that nursing in home is very important to keep for life .

  50. Haram elzain Says:

    nursing
    skill aquired innursing jube is importantto helpe pt
    excellent people skills and mentan brovid care
    good communcation and obserpation
    ability toanswer question becuose nurse is very contact with patient.and yuo can be knowlede with patient.

  51. mustafa daood Says:

    @@human brain@@
    1.A
    2.A
    3.D
    4.A
    5.A

  52. sherien ass8 Says:

    وبعلى انا الولد مكسرنى

  53. ahmed yousif _N Says:

    the traditional story of prehistoric japan indicates that the fix_sea invader whose follwers must thereforehavepossessedsome knoweldge of maritimeship-building and navigathon.but in what kind of comm uni canons .craft they sailed and how they handled them ,there is nothing to show clearly.nine centuries later,but still500years before the ear of surviving written annals,an empress is said to have invaded korea,embarking her forces at kobe(then calledAKEKURA)IN500VESSELS.INTHE MIDDLE OF THE 6TH CENgeneral named Abe-no-hirafu who led a flotilla up the Amur river to the invasion of Manchuria (then called Shukushin). All these things show that the Japanese of the earliest era navigated the high sea with some skill, and at later dates down to medieval times they are found occasionally sending forces to Korea and constantly visiting China in vessels which seem to have experienced no difficulty in making the voyageTURY WE READ of agene

  54. areeg abdelrhman mohammed Says:

    Malaria
    Malaria is dangerous disease can lead to sever complication and death. malaria caused by plasmodium transmitted throw the mosquito (anopheles) the mosquito inject the plasmodium in the blood the plasmodium affect the red blood cells related to this process the patient can safer from anemia and the plasmodium relies the toxic material affect the central nervous system and cause conveltion and may lead to death
    Malaria can be treated by antimelaria but the best method to reduce the malaria cases is prevention by avoid present the good environment for mosquito.

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