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THE NURSE’S ROLE IN MANAGING CORONARY HEART DISEASE
Pages 14 (3514 words)
Coronary heart diseases are currently one of the major sources of mortality and morbidity in the adult population. Coronary heart diseases (CHD) cause other symptoms and health issues on adults, and death is often the end consequence for patients suffering from the disease. …
With the current issues on nutrition and reduced levels of activity among youth and adult population, the prevalence of this disease has significantly increased. The management of this disease is largely based on the actions of the patient and the interventions of the medical health professionals. Nurses are at the very frontline of managing this disease. They are in the best position as health professionals in the management of CHD. This paper shall critically assess and evaluate the nursing management of cholesterol levels in the holistic care and management of CHD. It shall examine relevant literature and critically discuss the existing and desirable standards of care. This study is being undertaken in order to establish a clear and comprehensive understanding of CHD based on nursing management.
There are about 17 million who die from cardiovascular diseases on a yearly basis (WHO, 2011). Most of these deaths are attributed to coronary heart disease and cerebrovascular diseases. Physical inactivity, unhealthy eating habits, and smoking are just some of the causes of these diseases. In 2009, about 5000 died from coronary heart disease in Wales with about 118,000 people having had a heart attack at some point and about 120,000 more suffering from angina. ...
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