Preveting healthcare- associated infectioons.
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...associated Infections College Leadership and Compliance towards Inexistence of Healthcare-associated Infections Benjamin Franklin once said, ‘an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure’. People thought that he was implying the need to take actions to maintain optimum health. These days, this maxim may not only be deemed applicable to well-rounded individuals; it may also pertain to people who are already inflicted with disease. When a person is already sick, prevention of healthcare-associated infection is as important as curing the illness. The prevalence of healthcare-associated infections continues to be a global issue... Leadership and Compliance Towards Inexistence of...
Associated and Joint Venture
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...Associated and Joint Venture This paper investigates the viability of Associates and Joint Venture as standard financial consolidation for accounting. It assesses the relevant IAS requirement to treat this reporting aspect as well as its alternative ways of reporting such arrangements with a special reference to HK listed companies namely Honda Motor Company and Hutchison Whampoa Limited. Order#: 171446 Deadline: 2007-06-03 12:37 Style: Harvard Language Style: English UK Pages: 10 Sources: 20 Writer ID: 6746 INTRODUCTION A joint venture is an entity formed between two or more parties to undertake economic activity together. The parties agree to...
Ventilator associated pneumonia
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...Associated Pneumonia or VAP is one of the leading causes of mortality in patients who are ventilated. It is also the leading cause of death among hospital acquired infections. There is some evidence that implementation of certain interventions, grouped under VAP bundle, decreases the incidence of VAP from 20 per 1,000 ventilator days to 5 per 1,000 ventilator days (Safer Healthcare Now, 2011). The VAP bundle includes four components of care and they are: 1. Elevation of the head of the bed of the patient This is the most integral part of VAP bundle and has been strongly associated with decrease in the rate of VAP. The elevation level that is recommended... ? VAP Bundle and Implementation Ventilator...
Acupuncture-associated infection
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...Associated with Acupuncture (2002), Available at: , Accessed on: 30 Jun 2009 ____ Dewan, David M. and Hood, David D., Practical obstetric anesthesia (1997), Saunders... Acupuncture is an 8000 year old medicine practice which s back to the Taoist region in China. The history of acupuncture is beyond the recorded history hence the methodology of conducting it has come down through the tradition of practices and verbal mode of knowledge transfer. The people in the 8000 year old era were aware of the meditation and they would observe the flow of energy in and out of the body. These people would analyze and understand the interaction of the man with nature and the whole universe. Fu His was one of sage...
Associated British Foods plc
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...Associated British Foods plc Core Activities and Operations Associated British Foods plc (ABF) is a diversified international company that grows and sells food and ingredients and manages retail outlets selling food and fashion items. ABF has 85,000 employees in 43 countries. Global sales reached 6.8 billion in 2006. Its business mission is to achieve strong, sustainable leadership positions in markets that offer potential for profitable growth through increasing the size of existing businesses, acquisition of complementary new businesses, and by improving operating efficiency. The company has three strategic business segments: Sugar and Agriculture, Retail, and Grocery... , a diversified...
Gender Roles and Associated Stereotypes
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...Associated Stereotypes Sex defines male and female biologically, and the perception is the same in all cultures. Nonetheless, everyculture has different concepts of gender roles that are assigned to males and females, and these are the gender roles that define the masculinity and femininity of an individual regardless of his physical anatomy or, in other words, sex. “Men and women are social categories” and socially “we have the freedom to decide who counts as a man and who counts as a woman” (Roughgarden, 2004, p.23). This paper tends to discuss gender roles and why these roles become stereotypes for each gender. One culture will define an actual man who beats up his wife; while... ?Gender Roles and...
Postural Changes associated with Pregnancy
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...Associated With Sitting and Standing Stances 11 5.METHODOLOGY 17 Sampling, recruitment and selection of participants 17 Ethical considerations 18 Methods of data collection 18 Procedure 18 Methods of data... ?TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 2 2.PURPOSE 3 3.AIMS AND OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY 4 4.BACKGROUND 5 A.Causes of postural changes during pregnancy 5 Centre of Mass (COM) 5 Connective Tissue Laxity 6 B.Types of Postural Changes: 8 Lumbar Lordosis and Sagittal Pelvic Tilt Increase (Whitcome, 2006) 8 Lumbar Lordosis Reduction (Moore et al. 1990): 9 Increase in Lumbar Lordosis and Thoracic Kyphosis (Bullock-Saxton, 1991) 10 Thoracolumbar Spinal Curve Flattening (Gilleard et al., 2002) 10 C.Postural Changes...
Rape and Associated Criminological Theories
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...Associated Criminological Theories of the Studies This essay will review three studies that consider the rape of adult women. The first of these examines the behavioral characteristics of rapists through two studies of police and judicial records. The second uses data from the National Crime Victimization Survey to look for trends in the manner in which rape is reported and the final study uses focus groups to discuss the opinions of non-scientific individuals towards rape. The paper by McCabe and Wauchope constitutes an examination of two studies on the behavioral characteristics of rapists. The authors consider the differences and similarities between... ?Literature Review of Studies on Rape and...
Catheter associated urinary tract infections
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...associated with urinary tract infections, with some of the signs... with Urinary Tract Infection, a promise to reduce costs, increase worker competence, decrease rates and cases of kidney failures and above all, ensure the patients safety. References Bernard, M., Hunter, K., & Moore, K. (2012). A review of strategies to decrease the duration of indwelling urethral catheters and potentially reduce the incidence of catheter associated urinary tract infections. Urological Nursing, 32(1), 29-37. Gotelli, J., Merryman, P., Carr, C., McElveen, L., Epperson, C., &Bynum. D. (2008). A Quality Improvement Project to Reduce the Complications Associated With Indwelling...
Price Differences Associated with Quality
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...Associated with Quality Introduction It is a basic economic concept that a change in product/service quality has a direct impact on that particular product’s/service’s price. Hence, it is widely accepted that difference in quality is an important product characteristic to be taken into consideration while identifying products. Generally, people are willing to pay more for higher quality products whereas they hardly purchase low quality products at higher rate. Therefore, every customer tends to scrutinize product/service quality (if possible) before they make a purchase. Usually, customers categorize products on the basis of predetermined quality grades and these grade levels play... ? Price Differences...
Minutes of associated student organization
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...Associated Organization March 21, 2005 After several minutes of walking up and down the halls trying to recruit more people toattend, the meeting commenced at 3:30 PM although it was originally scheduled to start at 3:00PM. We took some time to invite more people because we believe how important the numbers are in order to come up with a more collective opinion and a representative decision at the end of the meeting. The first issue that was discussed by the body was the proposed raise in fees for the General Parking Permit. The University has decided to increase the fee by $15. The body is unanimous in the view that the increase on the fee is completely unacceptable. In fact, Sarah... Minutes of the...
Risks associated with ultrasound procedure
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...Associated with Ultrasound Procedure Introduction Ultrasound is the mechanical transmission of energy all the way through a medium at a frequency above the upper limit of human hearing (i.e., above roughly 20 kHz). (White, 2006) At frequencies well above this limit, medical ultrasound applies high frequency (i.e., typically 0.5 to 20 MHz) acoustic energy to a region of interest for the purpose of diagnostic imaging or therapeutic treatment. (Vaezy, 2007) Ultrasonic imaging involves mechanical energy, in which pressure waves pass across tissue. Image is formed by the reflection and dispersing back to the transducer. Risks Associated with Ultrasound...
Working Capital.Costs associated with inventory.
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...associated with inventory Why is controlling turnover in the inventory important How can improvements in inventory management impact profitability Two kinds of costs are associated with inventory management... Week4 DQs Define the purpose of working capital. How does extending credit affect working capital requirements and the cash conversion period (cycle) Evaluate the consequences of inventory costs on Working Capital needs and the Cash Conversion Period. Working Capital refers to the current cash a company holds to pay off the costs for its daily operations, and uses it to finance the manufacture of the desired product from the raw materials. The most important assets involved in Working Capital are ...
Problems Associated with Eyewitness Testimony.
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...Associated with Eyewitness Testimony... ? Running head: EYEWITNESS TESTIMONY Eyewitness Testimony Ben Ricardo W Dr. Durnam October 16, Eyewitness Testimony Eyewitness testimony is widely used in many judicial settings all over the world. Juries and judges place much attention on information presented by people claiming to have observed the occurrence of a particular event. The judges are exclusively assigned the task of determining the credibility of the information and determining how true the information presented is. The rationale behind relying on eyewitness testimony is the honesty of the witness testifying in a court of law. It is a criminal offence for a witness to intentionally and knowingly...
Central line associated bloodstream infections
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...Associated Bloodstream Infections Central Line Associated Bloodstream Infections Central line-associated bloodstream infections (CLABSIs) cause thousands of deaths annually and billions dollars of costs to the United States healthcare system, although these infections can be prevented. Central line-associated bloodstream infections (CLABSIs) happen when microbes get into the bloodstream by a central line (a tube that is inserted in a large vein to provide blood, medications, fluids, or to do specific medical tests rapidly. The long duration of hospitalization before catheterization, underlying medical circumstances, prematurity, area of placement of catheter or various other factors... ? Central Line...
Postural Changes associated with Pregnancy
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...associated with pregnancy Introduction There have been a number of researches and studies on the various postural changes associated with pregnancy. These postural changes adversely affect the health of women, cause damage to their physiology and results in various musculoskeletal issues and musculoskeletal dysfunction during the prenatal and postpartum periods. A number of changes take place in a woman’s body during pregnancy and there have been many scientific studies to analyze how and why pregnancy brings about changes in a woman’s posture. It is observed that in some cases the posture does not change considerably during the third trimester and the changes occurred during... ?Postural changes...
Health Risks Associated with Obesity
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...Associated with Obesity> and Section # of Third World Economy According to World Health Organization, obesity is defined as excessive body fat stored in a person’s body (WHO, 2006). It is often confused with a person being overweight although this is not the case. This although is not a medical contingency itself but can and may cause many life threats if it is not controlled at the right time. This report is a reflection of the diseases that can overtake one’s life following obesity in any stage of his/her life. The report mainly outlines the problems that theses diseases may cause and to a certain extent their side effects as well. Obesity is not only a cosmetic glitch... and Section # of Third World Economy According to World Health...
Costs associated with occupational and corporate crime
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...associated with occupational and corporate crime: Occupational crime occurs when employees prioritize their individual gains and disregard the benefit of organization they are associated with. For example, when waiters hide money for themselves which they are supposed to put in cash register, this is occupational crime. Corporate crime is also called white-collar crime. Such crimes are non-violent but cause very big losses. Money laundering and healthcare frauds are common examples. This essay seeks to scrutinize the various costs associated with occupational and corporate crime. Following discussion will mention different types of costs and harms in addition to exploring problems... 25 May Costs...
Stigma and Fear Associated with HIV
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...Associated with HIV Stigma and Fear Associated with HIV: An Introductory Paper goes here Professional Specialization Name of your professor Date Stigma and fear associated with HIV find its roots in social settings and personal limitations. Narrow-minded behavior in most of the societies and inflexible social treatment which further strengthens the inbound fear in an HIV patient has no moral and humane standing. Social refusal for HIV patient is now taken more seriously by human rights activists and others experts like Timberlake and Sigurdson (2007) who states, “Discrimination based on health status, including HIV, is a human rights violation, and stigma is the social... Running Head: Stigma and Fear...
Risks Associated With the Use of Tobacco
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...associated with use of tobacco. The purpose of this assignment is examine these high risk factors and offers a solution and implications. The many uses of tobacco are cognizant and put the rest of the public at dangers of inhaling the toxins and poisons that deteriorate health. Sadly, the users of tobacco seem not to care or are so addicted to this substance, such that are at an impasse to act. Today many... researches by medical practitioners point out that 75% of all lung cancer deaths are tobacco related. Unfortunately, some of those affected are direct passive smoking. Likewise, use of tobacco accounts for more than 20% of heart diseases deaths (Cordry, 2001). Many individuals such as...
Future Factors associated with Combined Operations
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...associated with Combined Operations MSG Crystal L. Turner United s Army Sergeants Major Academy Class 59 SGM Rodney A. Nicholes 8 April 2009 Thesis Statement: History has shown that Combined Force Operations have dominated the battlefield. Even though communications difficulties and regulatory incompatibility exist, joint operations are essential to winning on the modern battlefield because each service branch provides a unique capability as shown by the success of multiple operations. I. Introduction: Futuristic factors leading to the identification of 3C: commands, control and communications; the problems arising as a result... Running head: FUTURE FACTORS OF COMBINED OPERATIONS Future Factors...
SUCLA2 and LMAN2-L associated neuroloical disorders
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...associated with Defects in SUCLA2 Biological Significance of the LMAN2-L gene Neurological Disorders associated with Defects in LMAN2-L III. Studies on Mutations in the SUCLA2 and LMAN2-L Studies on SUCLA2 Mutations Studies on VIPL Protein IV. Introduction to Next Generation Sequencing and Linkage Studies Next Generation Sequencing for Analysis of mtDNA defects Linkage Studies V. Methodology Justification... ?Thesis (outline—headings and subheadings) Uncovering the Causation of Novel Neurological Syndromes I. Introduction Problem ment Research Question Statement of Purpose Aim and Objectives Hypothesis II. Biology of SUCLA2 and LMAN2-L Biological Significance of the SUCLA2 gene Neurological Disorders...
Constitutional Challenges Associated With Investigating Cybercrimes
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...Associated With Investigating Cybercrimes of Constitutional Challenges Associated With Investigating Cybercrimes The rapid internet growth has enormously expanded the means of communications. Cyberspace has enabled people to engage in the creation of a completely diverse, chaotic, and new democracy which is free from physical and geographic constraints, as well as sharing ideas over large distances. Technological developments especially in respect to cyberspace have been inarguably beneficial to human beings and have positively impacted on how they conduct business and how they live (Ditzion, et al., 2003). However, these developments have presented the world with new... ? Constitutional Challenges...
Soil orders and their associated environmental elements
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...Associated Environmental Elements For the beginning, a soil order concept must be comprehensible for everyone. So a soil order is a large group of soils developing in similar biological, climatic, hydrological conditions and characterized by bright display of a primary way of soil formation in possible combination with other processes. The diversity of soil orders is determined by the ratio of the main soil-forming processes. The assignment of this paper is to consider the peculiarities of a gley soil formation on the example of gley tundra soils, including such environmental elements as climate, vegetation, and representative location. Gley tundra soils... number Gley Tundra Soils and Their...
The problems associated with the Blockbuster company
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...associated with the lack of a specific objective. The management goes on changing its strategies in very short intervals, and hence, the customers get too puzzled to take a decision. Also, even the company representatives find it difficult to explain the plans to the prospective customers. The issues- a Comparison of Blockbuster and Netflix The first problem identified with Blockbuster is that its management is not able to identify the changing... ? Blockbuster: Case Study (Add (Add (Add Introduction Blockbuster was started in the year 1985 in Dallas as a single movie-renting store. With its aggressive growth strategy, the company managed to grow to nearly 7,265 stores in 24 nations around the world....
Sustainability Challenge Associated with Urban Dynamics
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...associated with urban dynamics Introduction Sustainable development is something of considerable concern in the cities and towns of the world at present. Fifty per cent of the people, in the world, live in towns or urban areas (Roger et al, 2009). This population is the most productive population generating about 90% GDP. Urban centers are responsible for about 70% total greenhouse gas emissions. The cities and towns of the world consume the highest percentage of energy- about 60 per cent of energy used in the whole world. Despite the negatives associated with urban centers, there are so many positives brought by these arenas. They are places... of socialization, cultural change, and places...
Understanding the new hazards associated with terrorism
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...Associated with Terrorism A public education campaign that will take care of the terrorism issue would center on the premise of bringing about a change which is strategic and has a long-lasting consequence. It would mean that the hazards of propagating terrorism are taken care of. The information that would be presented in this campaign will comprise of the grey areas that need to be covered within the midst of terrorism and how these shall be resolved in the most amiable manner so as to bring about a sense of ease and comfort for the general masses for which the education campaign is being enacted. The basic purpose of this education campaign is to make... ? ID Lecturer Understanding the New Hazards...
Benefits that are associated with good growth
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...associated with good growth. These benefits may enhance a wide range of social virtues such as tolerance of diversity, dedication to democracy, commitment to fairness, and social mobility. Arrow et al. (2005) suggests that, once the living standards decline or stagnate, there is little or no progress at all in most societies toward any of the aforementioned goals, this leads to retrogression in many instances. The importance of good economic growth cannot therefore be overlooked as it ensures standards of living are improved as well as the well being of the economy itself. The impacts of economic growth should... not necessary be negative towards the environment. It has been argued by some...
The Dangers Associated With Marijuana Use
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...associated with dried flowers, kief and hashish whereas for the medicinal purpose it is taken through ingestion of medically approved food products like hash oil, infused dairy butter and pipe resin. Despite the superficial analysis on the use and perceptions of marijuana, the drug use poses a lot of dangers both to the primary user and the secondary one. The effects on these dangers... ? Introduction Marijuana is a drug from the cannabis plant, which is used and consumed both medically and forleisure. As a recreational drug, it is used to bring mild euphoria and ease the straining of the brain and mind. This can be viewed into three segments; psycho-stimulation meant to temporary improve mental and/or...
Security Risks Associated With VoIP Implementation
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...Associated With VoIP Implementation Abstract This paper discussed the security risks that are associated with VoIP implementation. The paper has been divided into four chapters. Chapter 1 will cover the statement of the problem, situational analysis, definitions, limitations, delimitations and the introduction. Chapter 2 will cover the secondary research that supports the knowledge of the topic and builds credibility of the topic of security risks associated with VoIP implementation. Chapter 3 tests the information in seven parts. Part 1 gives ways intended to test the theory. Part 2 gives detailed descriptions... is not excluded under this generalization and therefore poses risks to...
Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia Middle Range Theory Application
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...associated pneumonia (VAP). The theory supplies the structural and theoretical approaches that might help in combating the nosocomial infection, which remains one of the deadliest pneumonia complications that affect patients who are routinely subjected to ventilators while at the hospital (Acton, 2011). Multiple studies have established that it is possible to reduce the impacts of this disease through a proper administration of nursing processes that reduce the capacity... of close and workable social relationships between the nurse and the client. Such a relationship would assist the nurse in delving into the feelings of the patients in order to attend to the underlying challenges. This...
Is Ageing Inevitably Associated with Disease?
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...associated with disease? Is ageing inevitably associated with disease? Introduction: Phenomenon of aging is universally applicable and is well understood by most as a natural physiological process whereby changes take place in a human body that leads to ageing. To understand the pathological side of this process we should understand the normal physiological changes that take place over time in human body to compare and contrast the differences. As we normally see among human beings, age is mostly associated with diseases and ageing considerably affects the quality of life in most cases. Our body consists of a very organized system in which every organ plays a vital role... ? Is ageing inevitably...
Mock Appeal: Associated Press v. Shepherd Fairey
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...Associated Press vs. Shepherd Fairey This case involves the Obama Hope poster ad the infringement of the plaintiff copyright, the evidence will prove that in the year 2008 Shepherd Fairey used the associated press poster taken in 2006 by Mannie Garcia an employee of AP and created, used and distributed the poster without licensing from the plaintiff who is the owner and this amounts to copyright infringement. The associated press has the claim of copyright infringement, intentional destruction of evidence ad intentional manufacture of false evidence. All these claims are established y the facts of the case. The defendant was aware of...
Cultural Significance Associated with Interior Designs
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...Associated with Interior Designs This paper brings home the ideas related to interior designs ranging awareness of the historical and cultural basis of interior design and the way in which these can be applied. Principles are laid to contextualize the results of the study and evaluations by analysis and argument through written means. The study also investigates what is the cultural basis of interior design, the issues and debates, the social, political, economic, environmental, industrial, and cultural agendas addressed in interior design practices. Order#: 198732 Deadline: 2007-12-21 06:48 Style: General Language Style: English UK Pages: 6 Sources: 7 Writer ID: 6746... Cultural Significance...
Hakuin's art associated with Zen's mind
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...associated with it, which is not a religious feature. Hakuin paintings and inscriptions had brisk humor... ART Hakuin Ekaku the most influential Zen monk's paintings became utterly influential art. He was considered as trendsetter in those days of early seventeenth century. In the Zen art there are many dozes of subjects that were introduced by Hakuin. The subjects were new and emanated from his Zen teachings, some subjects he brought out by observing the world around him, some subjects came from what he grasped from the folk lore, he mined his sense of hum our along with them. The Basic Zen is all religions, but still it included the Hakuin art, which has quick, and impenetrable humour associated wi...
The ethical issues associated with conservatism.
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...Associated With Conservatism Table of Contents Introduction 3 Ethical Issues Related to Social Conservatism 3 Models of Ethics 4 Conclusion 5 Works Cited Page 6 Bibliography 7 Introduction In simple terms, ‘conservatism’ can be explained as someone seeking to conserve. In order to analyze if the person is right or wrong, it would be enough to have a look at what is he wishing to conserve. This can be explained with the help of an example. It can be revealed that if the social forms are in conformity with the person’s highest goals and thus relates to the deepest thinking of the man, then it is not an issue for him. However, an individual in the recent times doesn’t think... Ethical Issues Associated...
Towards Inexistence of Healthcare-Associated Infections
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...associated Infections College Leadership and Compliance towards Inexistence of Healthcare-associated Infections Benjamin Franklin once said, ‘an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure’. People thought that he was implying the need to take actions to maintain optimum health. These days, this maxim may not only be deemed applicable to well-rounded individuals; it may also pertain to people who are already inflicted with disease. When a person is already sick, prevention of healthcare-associated infection is as important as curing the illness. The prevalence of healthcare-associated infections continues to be a global issue (Dixon... ? Leadership and Compliance Towards Inexistence of...
Mouth care to reduce ventilator-Associated pneumonia
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...Associated Pneumonia Mouth Care to Reduce Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia Introduction Ventilator associated pneumonia (VAP) is a hospital acquired pneumonia occurring within 48hours after the installation of mechanical ventilation with tracheal intubation. Early onset of pneumonia is caused by infection of staphylococcus, haemophilus or streptococcus gram-positive bacteria. These strains of bacteria are antibiotic sensitive. The late onset of VAP occurs after 72hours of ventilation (Booker et al., 2013). Methicilin resistant staphylococcus, pseudomona and enterobactor bacteria normally cause it. However, in most of the patients, the VAP is caused by a combination... ? Mouth Care to Reduce...
Food additives and associated health issues
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...associated health issues Introduction Food additives refer to synthetic compounds usually added in small quantities to improve food flavor, taste, or as preservative (Watson 146). This is usually done during the processing stage of food manufacture. There are numerous food additives used today. Some of the common food additives include emulsifiers for mixing water and oil, ascorbic acid for preserving food, and active packaging that improves safety or quality of food. Despite the good purpose for which these food additives are meant, the possible health risks associated with the additives have been the subject of controversy among many people especially the consumer protection... Food additives and...
Legal Aspects Associated With Performance Management Programs
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...ASSOCIATED WITH PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS Lecturer: In all organizational jurisdictions labor laws are in place to protect employees, while ensuring that the right processes and conducts expected of employers are honored (Farndale, Hope-Hailey & Kelliher, 2011). For any performance management program, one of the most critical steps to take to ensure that it is continuously in compliance with all relevant laws is to seek the input of an official legal person. In most cases, human resource managers and employers take such little legal issues for granted, thinking they can easily be brushed aside or go unattended. This is however not the case as such laws... School: Topic: LEGAL ASPECTS ASSOCIATED...
Security issues associated with Social Media
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...ASSOCIATED WITH SOCIAL MEDIA Introduction People utilizing increasingly workable and available publishing techniques create social media, which is an online element. Some of the social media products include Twitter, Facebook, blogging and some social network mechanisms. They are crucial communication mechanisms used to share information across a wider group of people both locally and internationally. Discussion The social networking popularity has enhanced at an amazing level. The significance of the social media sites are being used for local and professional networking, marketing, business and job searches ad crucial mechanisms to enhance revenue of sales, keep people informed... ? SECURITY ISSUES...
Health risks associated with plastic surgery
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...Associated with Cosmetic Surgery BY YOU YOUR ACADEMIC ORGANIZATION HERE HERE HERE Health Risks Associated with Cosmetic Surgery Introduction Cosmetic surgery procedures, such as liposuction, rhinoplasty (the nose job), and facial lifts, to name only a few, appeal to multiple demographics from teenagers to the elderly. With growth in consumer demand for personal beauty, cosmetic surgery has experienced significant growth rates in the last twenty years. This lure for beauty enhancement through plastic surgery can most certainly make an individual look and feel younger and more vibrant, and many of these procedures have positive outcomes at the aesthetic and emotional level. However, even... Health Risks...
Business Strategy of Associated British Foods
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...Associated British Foods is an international public limited company that has its headquarters in London (ABF, . The company was established in 1935 and is the leading British supermarket chain as far as production of sugar and baker’s yeast is concerned (ABF, 2010). The company has five strategic business units: Sugar, Agriculture, Retail, Grocery and Ingredients (ABF, 2010). The grocery division stocks both branded and own label products. Brands that fall under its grocery division include Mazola, Ovaltine, Ryvita, Jordans and Twinings, Silver Spoon, Tip Top and Kingsmill. The company’s retail division (called Primark in UK and Penneys in Ireland) has a global presence...
Risk Factors Associated with Adolescent Suicide
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...Associated with Adolescent Suicide Introduction By 2004, the annual number of adolescents who committed suicide had risen to 12,050. This figure accounted for 9.1% of all deaths in young people according to global figures published by the World Health Organisation (2005). This rising trend, particularly in the 15-19 age group placed suicide as the leading cause of death for males and the third most common cause of death for females. As a result of these figures, suicidal behaviour in adolescents became a major health concern in both developed and developing countries. This paper will review studies that seek to identify risk factors in adolescent suicide... ?A Comparative Analysis of Risk Factors...
Economic of Marijuana:Supply, Demand and Associated Laws
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...Associated Laws This study can help analyze the vast untapped market in marijuana that can givehuge dividends, if a little caution is applied. Also, it helps to understand the dynamics of demand and supply in this field. Personally, this study highlights the health impact of marijuana and the drug as an economic commodity. The dynamics of Demand and Supply can be used to study the economic aspects of a vast number of goods, spanning from daily goods like rice and salt to luxury goods like cars and wine to detrimental goods like cigarettes, drugs and alcohol. One such good is Marijuana, a powerful mood-altering drug that stimulates the brain and causes... ? Economic of Marijuana Supply, Demand and...
Contextualised analysis of Associated British Foods PLC
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...Associated British Foods is not a new name in the food and ingredients industry and is considered analogous to quality... ? Contents Summary 3 Overview of the Company 4 2 Financial Analysis 8 2 Data Collection 8 2.2 Research Methodology 8 2.3 Financial Ratio Analysis8 2.5 Liquidity and efficiency Ratios 11 2.6 Structure Ratios 13 2.7 Comparison with Competitor 14 2.8 Cash Flow Analysis 15 3 Investor return and risk analysis 17 3.1 Market and Industry Risk and competitor analysis 18 3.2 Porter Five Forces Model Analysis 18 3.3 Cost leadership 19 3.4 Currency related risks 20 3.5 Firm related risks 21 3.6 Capital structure related risks 22 3.7 Comparison with FTSE 100 index 25 4.1 Board of Directors 27 4.2 ...
Preventing Ventilator Associated Pneumonia in the Intensive Care Unit
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...associated pneumonia in the intensive care unit due: Preventing ventilator associated pneumonia in the intensive care unit I specialize in Family Nurse Practitioner, and this topic is critical to me because I work in the (SICU) surgical intensive care unit. There has been an increase in the resistance patterns to antimicrobial agents in the intensive care units (ICU) (Hunter, 2012). The distinct nature of the ICU surrounding makes it a center for the appearance and growth of numerous antimicrobial-resistant pathogens. In specific, ventilator-associated pneumonia is a pneumonia disorder that occurs following endotracheal intubation in 48-72 hours. Symptoms include systematic... Preventing ventilator...
The Nurses' Role in the Prevention of Healthcare-associated Infections.
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...associated infections (HAIs) as well as the role of the nurses in preventing these. Some of the common infections include: Catheter-associated urinary tract infections, surgical site infections, bloodstream infections and pneumonia (HealthyPeople, 2013). Studies have shown that nurses have a significant role to play in preventing the HAIs since these negatively impact on the welfare of different people who may be affected. Mandatory and voluntary surveillance schemes are effective in dealing with the problem associated with HAIs and these should be properly implemented by the nurses. Introduction Nurses play a pivotal role... The paper has been designed to discuss the causes, impacts of healthcare...
Prevention of Central Line Associated Blood Stream Infections Through Education
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...Associated Blood stream Infections Central Line Associated Blood Stream Infections A central line has been defined asan intravascular catheter terminating at the heart or close to it. The catheter may also be terminating in one of the “big“vessels that are used for purposes of infusion, hemodynamic monitoring and blood withdrawal (Moe, 2012). Some of the vessels used for central line insertion include the aorta, pulmonary artery, superior venacava, inferior venacava, brachiocephalic veins, internal jugular veins, subclavian veins, external iliac veins and common femoral veins (Moe, 2012). In neonates, the central line is the umbilical vessel. CLABSIs have been estimated to occur... ? Central Line...
Zoning and licensing laws associated with student housing
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...Associated with Housing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in higher learning institutions like the University of Pennsylvania are provided with off campus accommodation. Like all it happens with other residents, there are zoning and licensing laws that govern the housing of students in Philadelphia. One of the zoning laws that impact student housing in Philadelphia is a definition of the term “family”. Although this zoning law affects the disabled persons to a greater extend, it also applies to groups of non-disabled persons who are unrelated. Under this law, a number of related individuals may live together. However, the number of unrelated... Zoning and Licensing Laws...
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