This essay stresses that as human immunodeficiency virus is increasing in older aged people it is giving birth to a new challenge in the field of health care for nurses. It is definitely an extremely difficult task to handle aged patients. Through a research conducted in UK it has been concluded that nurses are facing an extremely difficult time handling the aged patients. The article then discusses that although it is a challenging task to handle aged patients but it is necessary that nurses must be trained such that they can handle all sorts of cases and provide every patient with high quality care, attention and devotion. Nurses cannot neglect any patient or pay less attention towards any patient. It is her duty to pay equal and high quality care and attention towards each and every patient.
This paper declares that human immunodeficiency virus/ acquired immune deficiency syndrome are becoming an epidemic in most parts of the world. The articles discusses that through research it has been observed that in countries where the cases of human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immune deficiency syndrome were minimal in the past years, now are a place of rapidly increasing cases of HIV/ AIDS and in those countries where the cases of HIV/ AIDS were already high, human immunodeficiency virus have become an epidemic in those areas. Certain modifications were made in the policy so as to help the nurses to properly manage, interfere, and ink out the results of HIV rapid testing. ...Show more