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The Issues That Surround the Administration of Oxygen within the Emmergency Department
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The Issues Surrounding the Administration of Oxygen in an Emergency Department Name Institution Professor Course Date Literature Reviews The prescription and administration of oxygen therapy Research design - Scientific Methods of research i. Questions As a research methodology, questions are used to critically analyze data concerning the prescription and administration of oxygen therapy…
Apparently, the said personnel have satisfied the required experience needed in the prescription and administration of oxygen therapy. The result of the administration has also been at the lime light. Nathaniel’s (2007) literature provides positive outcomes that come about with the administration of oxygen therapy. The therapeutical infusion of oxygen has provided energy, inner peace and optimism in reviving the patients’ health. According to Velio’s literature, questionable risks have arisen from the therapy. It appraises various risks and side effects brought about to the patient requiring the emergency administration of oxygen. A final consideration is that the awful side effects of direct gas injection are not due to ozone but rather to oxygen embolization. (Velio, 2002, pg. 175) The administration of the therapy to patients with AIDS-related maladies and the like has also been addressed. According to Edward et al literature (2008), the patients diagnosed with AIDS and related malignancies are the ones with the emergency need of the prescription and administration of oxygen therapy among other therapies such as antiretroviral therapies. Their quality of their life is also ensured but not 100% responsive due to weakened immunity of the patients. ...
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