Medical and Health
Degeneration of nervous system. Symptoms, theories on cause, research, types.
Chronic kidney disease. Description, incidence, pathophysiology, epidemiology, complications, treatment.
In depth explanation of the disease and a description of the lives of diabetics.
A study of the development of therapeutic cloning.
The paper describes how the shortage of nursing staff in America is leading to compromised patient care.
An in-depth discussion regarding the schwannoma, a benign tumor that grows from the fibrous coverings of a peripheral nerve.
An essay detailing the essential uses of the system of blood veins called the inferior vena cava.
Examines laws & regulations covering nursing. Prescriptions, public protection, medical records, states’ nurse practice acts.
This paper is based on a case study of the “Faith Community Hospital” , where several problems are identified.
Argues against use & effectiveness of mechanical heart on medical, economic, technological & ethical grounds, as opposed to transplants.
This presents an examination of the controversy surrounding a disorder called Fibromyalgia.
This paper discusses research conducted linking body image satisfaction with psychological and physiological factors.
An examination of this complex organ that regulates every aspect of human life and behavior.
An examination of coping mechanisms which cancer victims and their families may use.
Looks at the definition, pros & cons, effects, ethics and economics of this issue.
History, evolution, techniques, purpose, costs of straightening teeth & correcting bite.
Examines this methodological approach, compared to quantitative, techniques, interviewing, implications for nursing.
Analyzes skill requirements & career opportunities of EMS from perspective of nurse manager.
A definition of cochlear implants and the effect such implants have on childhood development.
An examination of bimanual coordination and the suggestion that it is the result of a complex set of neurological events which can be enhanced under the proper learning conditions.
This paper discusses methods by which to educate society about the threat of AIDS.
This paper gives an overview of the symptoms and causes of multiple sclerosis. It includes illustrations of myelin sheathe damage, author’s personal experiences with MS, and in-depth descriptions of three drugs commonly used to treat MS.
Special health problems & need for medical assessment of older women living alone.
Examines role of clinical training in transition from school to work. Theory, socialization, preceptorship programs, skills acquisition, self-perceptions.
Educational requirements, need for, theory, services delivered, implications for professional nursing & health care system, economics, nurse-managed clinics, specialist and team care.
Examines 1996 research & optimistic results of tests using multi-drug approaches. Includes a table.
With much reference to Greene’s The Explosive Child the author explores rage disorders experienced by children.
Incidence, causes, treatment, effects, focusing on educational & developmental problems.
Examines why women fail to take part in cancer screening & recommendations to increase numbers. Fear, ethnic issues, education, fatalism, embarrassment, costs, age and family are all issues discussed.
Importance of homeostatic regulation, causes & dangers of imbalance, patient education.
Examines ethical theories & principles related to patient’s Do Not Resuscitate order & operating room nurse’s duties.
A discussion on Florence Nightingale’s nursing model and its positive influence on the nursing profession and hospitals.
A look at the different methods of therapy available with music.
Reviews work on corruption of community & medical system by creation of diseases, expansion of health service sector and the curricularization of health education.
This paper examines the political, social and economic woes of Medicare’s drug problem: No prescription coverage for the disabled and the elderly.
This paper discusses research on anxiety and panic disorders combining personal experience and statistics, causes, descriptions, and treatments of the disorders.
Is mandatory disclosure of HIV status of healthcare workers ethical?
An examination of the problems that future medical care systems will face and possible solutions.