Pulmonary tuberculosis disease

Types of Pulmonary Tuberculosis Disease with Nursing Intervention

Definition of Pulmonary Tuberculosis Disease (TB): Pulmonary tuberculosis disease (TB) is a contagious bacterial infection that usually attacks the lungs. TB mainly affects the lungs. However, it affects any part of the body including the lymph node (Small glands), bones, digestive system, and nervous systems. It is called extrapulmonary tuberculosis disease (ETB). Pulmonary tuberculosis disease …

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Pulmonary embolism disease

Pulmonary Embolism Disease with Causes and Nursing Intervention

Definition of Pulmonary Embolism Disease: Pulmonary embolism disease is a sudden blockage of the pulmonary arteries or one of its branches usually by a blood clot that travels to the lung from a vein in the leg. Causes of Pulmonary Embolism Disease: There are different types of causes for pulmonary embolism disease, those are mentioned …

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Measles disease

Measles Disease with Symptoms, Treatment and Nursing Intervention

Definition of Measles Disease or Measles Virus or Measles Rash: Measles disease is also known as rubeola which is a highly contagious infection that is caused by the measles virus. Measles is an airborne disease that spreads easily through the coughs and sneezes of the infected one. Symptoms of Measles Disease: There are different type’s …

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Jaundice disease

Jaundice Disease with Causes, Treatment and Nursing Intervention

Definition of Jaundice: Jaundice disease (also known as icterus) is a yellowish discoloration of the skin, conjunctival membranes over the sclera, and other mucous membranes caused by elevated levels of bilirubin in the blood. The normal level of bilirubin is below 1.2mg/dl. When the level of bilirubin exceeds more than 2.5-3mg/dl, it leads to jaundice. …

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Thrombocytopenia disease

Thrombocytopenia Disease with Causes, Symptoms and Nursing Intervention

Definition of Thrombocytopenia Disease: Thrombocytopenia disease is a condition in which relatively platelet counts low in the blood. A normal human platelet count ranges from 150000 to 450000 microliter of blood. Platelet is an important blood cell that helps to stop bleeding by clumping and forming plugs in blood vessel injuries. Thrombocytopenia disease happens when …

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Hypothyroidism disease

Hypothyroidism Disease with Causes and Nursing Intervention

Hypothyroidism Definition: Hypothyroidism disease (Underactive thyroid) is a condition in which the thyroid gland does not make enough thyroid hormone. It occurs primarily in women 30 to 60 years old. If severe hypothyroidism occurs in infants, it is called cretinism. If it is developed in adults, it is called myxedema. Sign and Symptoms of Hypothyroidism …

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Atrial fibrillation disease

Types of Atrial fibrillation Disease with Causes & Nursing Intervention

Definition of Atrial Fibrillation Disease: Atrial fibrillation disease is an abnormal heart rhythm characterized by rapid and irregular beating. In the normal heartbeat, the four chambers (Atria and Ventricles) of the heartbeat in a steady, rhythmic pattern. During Atrial fibrillation, the upper two heart chambers (the Atria) beat rapidly, aimlessly, and irregularly out of coordination …

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Hypopituitarism Disease

Hypopituitarism Disease with Causes and Nursing Intervention

Definition of Hypopituitarism Disease: Hypopituitarism disease is a clinical syndrome in which the pituitary gland fails to produce normal amounts of one or more hormones. The pituitary gland produces 8 hormones, when it unable to supply one or more of hormone that affects normal body function such as growth, blood pressure, reproduction, etc. The most …

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Diabetes insipidus disease

Types of Diabetes Insipidus Disease with Causes and Nursing Intervention

Definition of Diabetes Insipidus Disease: Diabetes insipidus disease refers to hyposecretion of ADH (Antidiuretic Hormone) or decreases the ability to concentrate urine because of resistance to ADH action in the Kidney. It is characterized by excessive thirst despite the drinking of fluids and excretion of large amounts of severely dilute urine, diabetes insipidus is an …

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Health education seminar

Aims and Objectives of Health Education | Role of Health Educator

Definition of Health: Health education is very important to us. WHO defined health as “a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not the mere absence of disease or infirmity”. Lawrence Green defined health as “a combination of learning experiences designed to facilitate voluntary actions conducive to health.” Definition of Health Education: It …

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