Fundamental Nursing

Types of Care Facilities

6 Types of Care Facilities within Health Care Delivery System

Care Facilities within Health Care Delivery System What is the Health Care Delivery System? A health care delivery system or healthcare system is the organization of people, intuitions, and resources that deliver health care services to meet the health needs of target populations. There is a wide range of health systems around the world with …

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Common sites of bed sores or pressure sores

Bed Sores or Pressure Sores: Causes, Symptoms and Common Sites

What Are Bed Sores or Pressure Sores or Decubitus Ulcer? Bedsores or pressure sores (known as Decubitus ulcer) are the localized injury to the skin and or underlying tissue that occurs in a bed-ridden patient over a bony prominence area due to as a result of prolonging unrelieved pressure, or pressure in combination with shear …

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Oral care procedure in nursing

Mouth Care Procedure for ICU Patient or Unconscious Patient

Importance of Oral Care in Nursing: Oral care or mouth care is one of the most basic nursing activities. Keeping the mouth and teeth clean will protect a patientā€™s oral health and allow quicker recovery by preventing infections. The patient is unconscious, oral care will be needed more frequently. Unconscious patients usually breathe through the …

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Mouth care procedure

Oral Care Procedure for Conscious Patients

Why Mouth Care is Important for Conscious Patients? Oral health care is an essential component of daily hygiene for hospitalized patients and a clean mouth and properly functioning teeth are essential for physical and mental well-being. Due to the lack of energy, unconsciousness, or physical disability, most of the time patients are not able to …

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Oral Hygiene importance.

Oral Health Problems | Mouth Care Tips | Importance of Oral Hygiene

Importance of Oral Hygiene or Mouth Care in Daily Life: Regular oral hygiene or mouth care is important to prevent undesirable dental and oral health problems.Ā  Oral hygiene plays in the effective and continued management of oral diseases and fights against tooth decay, gingivitis, as well as the promotion of healthy teeth and gums. Daily …

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Mouth care in nursing

Oral Hygiene or Mouth Care in Nursing: Purposes, Indications

What is Mouth Care or Oral Hygiene in Nursing? Mouth care or oral hygiene means the practice of keeping mouth and teeth healthy and clean by brushing and flossing to prevent bad odor and dental problems by regular brushing and cleaning. The mouth is important for eating, drinking, taste, breathing, speech, communication, and the immune …

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