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Application Nursing Care and Practice for patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
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Application nursing care and practice for patients with irritable bowel syndrome Name: Institution: Course: Tutor name: Date: October 1, 2013 Application nursing care and practice for patients with irritable bowel syndrome Abstract The scope of nursing that include provision of care, administration of involved processes, teaching, and counseling requires background information on healthcare issues and applicable strategies to resolving the issues.
The scope of nursing further identifies functions such as provision of care, educative roles, counseling, administration, and clinical specialist services. Proper background of health issues is fundamental to a practicing nurse and such knowledge bases as causes of a health problem, its symptoms, and preventive and control measures are therefore necessary for a practicing nurse. This paper demonstrate this competence through exploration of irritable bowel syndrome, its signs, symptoms, and causes, medical and alternative interventions, nursing care assessment and considerations in acute care settings, and plans for community follow up and support systems for management of irritable bowel syndrome. Signs, symptoms, and causes of IBS Irritable bowel syndrome is symptomatic, offering a basis for prediction among the public and diagnosis by care personnel. The primary symptom of the syndrome is pain in the victim’s abdomen. ...
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