3 edition of Concepts common to acute illness found in the catalog.
Concepts common to acute illness
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Laura K. Hart, Jean L. Resse, Margery O. Fearing.|
|Contributions||Hart, Laura K., 1938-, Reese, Jean L., 1937-, Fearing, Margery O., 1935-|
|LC Classifications||RT41 .C745|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 371 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||371|
|LC Control Number||80028706|
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Get this from a library. Concepts common to acute illness: identification and management. [Laura K Hart; Jean L Reese; Margery O Fearing;]. Book Condition: This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has soft covers. In good all round condition. In good all round condition.
Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual itemFormat: Paperback. In response to these common concerns, this book attempts to demystify the topic of acute illness management in order to provide health professionals with a more developed understanding of the key topics that underpin the safe care of those who are at risk of becoming or who actually become acutely ill.
The Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Network. Ventilation with lower tidal volumes as compared with traditional tidal volumes for acute lung injury and the acute respiratory distress syndrome. N Engl J Med.
;(18)–8. CrossRef Google ScholarAuthor: Noelle Marie Javier, Martine Sanon, Sara Suleman. This book looks at acute illness as a whole. It identifies the pathophysiology of acute illness in an easy to read manor. Enabling the reader to grasp the concepts and apply this to the theoretical concept of acute deterioration.
An excellent book. The Complete Concept of Illness. If form and materiality [Stoff] were not being-outside-one-another [auseinander] and being-against-one-another [gegeneinander] there would be no matter at is the concept [Begriff] of the continuity of form and materiality, quantity, one-totally-equalling-another [eins wie das andere], unlimited, without origin and end.
Major acute illnesses may present as an acute exacerbation of an underlying chronic illness, such as a myocardial infarction or diabetic coma, or the sudden onset of a previously undiagnosed condition, such as epilepsy or stroke or an acute emotional or psychological problem.
CONCEPT OF ILLNESS. Illness is a personal state in which the person feels unhealthy or ill. •Illness may or may not be related to disease. •Illness is a state in which a person’s physical, emotional, intellectual, social, developmental or spiritual functioning is diminished or impairment compared with previous experience.
An acute illness or injury is a medical problem with rapid onset. The term is used to distinguish cases from chronic conditions. The term is used to distinguish cases from chronic g: Concepts. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text.
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Fearing; Jean L. Reese; Laura K. Hart A readable copy. Health and illness What is health. Health, or being in good health, is important to everyone.
It influences not just how we feel, but how we function and participate in the community. The concepts of ‘health’ and ‘ill health’ reach far beyond the individual and can be difficult to define and measure.
In fact, it typically only refers to the length of the disease or illness. Acute diseases, as opposed to chronic diseases, include a very rapid onset and/or a short course.
Acute diseases can occur throughout all bodily systems. Examples of acute diseases include appendicitis, acute leukemia, and strep g: Concepts. Slide 4: CONCEPT OF ILLNESS Risk Factors of a Disease Genetic and Physiological Factors Heredity, or genetic predisposition to specific illness, is a major physical risk factor.
- for example Age Age increases or decreases susceptibility to certain illnesses (the risk of heart diseases increases with age for both sexes) The risk of birth defects and complications of pregnancy increase in women. The articles in this collection present remarkably lucid, well-reasoned discussions of the issues at the junction of philosophy and medicine.
An excellent overview of the history of medicine's central concepts (including health and disease) is put into fascinating perspective through significant discussions of how current developments in genetics and theories in biomedicine are changing both /5(3).
reported illness might include severe health problems or acute suffering It may include health conditions that limit the person’s ability to lead a normal life.
According to this definition illness is seen as a rather wide concept. Disease, on the other hand, is defined as a condition that is diagnosed by a physician or other medical expert. 8 Concepts of Rehabilitation for the Management of Common Health Problems insurers to re-think occupational management for common health problems: addressing all of the health, personal and occupational dimensions of incapacity, identifying obstacles to return to File Size: KB.
Related concepts were: not transmissible diseases, functional deficiency, limitations, illness or impairment for more than three months. Chronic health condition is a complex construction of concepts defined as a modifying force of the life process over time. Descriptors: chronic illness; health; adult; concept formation.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Common acute illnesses. Boston: Little, Brown, © (OCoLC) Online version: Common acute illnesses. This chapter examines concepts of health, illness and holism to provide background knowledge to enable health assessment to be carried out knowledgeably, comprehensively and effectively.
Nursing Health-Illness Concepts. The following teaching and professional development modules were designed to support the North Carolina Concept Based Nursing Curriculum course Health-Illness Concepts (Nursing ).
The modules contain PowerPoint presentations, video demonstrations, and. (asterisks indicate topics covered as concepts/exemplars elsewhere in the curriculum) Assessment Through the Lifespan* Acute Glomerulonephritis Acute Renal Failure Bowel Obstruction Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy (BPH) HEALTH, WELLNESS, & ILLNESS Adjustment to Health and Illness Alternative Therapies Exercise Health Beliefs (Individual.(1) chronic illness trajectory (nine stages) (2) chronic care model (looks at the internal & external components needed by hc organizations to manage chronic illness: Older Adults: face particular risks because of normal physiological changes of aging, but are also more likely to suffer from common chronic illnesses.acute illness.
convalescence stage. stages of illness. transition stage. develops suddenly and resolves in a short time. (pg15) is the process of recovering after the illness and regaining h.
transition stage, acceptance stage, and convalescence stage. the onset of illness.