This is important in the realm of health care, especially when the human aspect is involved in the context of nursing staff. The approach towards management of heart disease and its rehabilitation is of utmost importance, as this is one of those medical conditions wherein the treatment circumstances greatly impact the final course of healing. This topic hence entails immense significance and needs to be understood in the context of real-time problems that exist within the treatment mechanism.
In the world of medical practice and health care, there are many more practical issues than ordinarily meet the eye. The provision of care facilities involves issues pertaining to the context of legal, ethical and professional domain, that are integral to the well-being of both the patient and the health care provider. This paper shall endeavor to dwell upon certain areas of influence in the same realm, and help establish certain working parameters for professionals.
Centuries ago, while the science of medical care was in its technical evolution stage, the prime area of reference was only the provision of health care. However, in today's world, where the scientific world has come of age in its standing vis--vis disease care and prevention, subsidiary issues have emerged that are considered to be of prime importance in the realm of health care. ...
It is increasingly important for healthcare professionals to develop their knowledge in health care ethics and law, which are pertinent to their area of clinical practice and the delivery of patient care. This is because the science is medical care has become ever more complex, and in the contemporary world, it not only pertains to the provision of medicines to the needy, but also an all-encompassing care provided in terms of ethical, legal and professional concerns. The understanding of ethical and legal issues helps one to balance and assess the validity of ethical and legal arguments in relation to particular cases.
The literature review done for this study was taken from research journals, and did not restrict itself to any specific country. The primary concern was investigation into the area of study. Following researches conducted on the said topic in the last decade are of significant mention:
Heart disease and its rehabilitation were once viewed as an inevitable consequence of being infirm and bed-ridden. As it has been recognized that this is not the case, heart disease and its rehabilitation have come to be seen much more as an indicator of the quality of care provided, and are consequently high on the political and health agenda. This article provides an overview of the key aspects of heart disease and its rehabilitation risk assessment and prevention drawn from a variety of national policy documents (Stephen-Haynes, 2004).
To study prevalence of heart disease and its rehabilitation among functionally impaired patients in the community and evaluate risk factors associated with the development of heart disease and its rehabilitation in these