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Clinical Observation and Literature Review :Oxygen Therapy and Acute Myocardial Infarction
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Clinical Observation and Literature Review: Oxygen Therapy for Acute Myocardial Infarction Introduction Oxygen therapy has been used to manage myocardial infarction for many years now. Oxygen therapy has been used as a strong and effective option because it seems to have the ability to deliver oxygen to the myocardium, helping to decrease the size of the infarct and also improving the clinical health outcomes.
Oxygen therapy is relevant to contemporary nursing practice because myocardium infarcts have now become common occurrences for humans. With increasing rates of obesity, heart diseases have become common health issues. Specifically, myocardium infarcts are some of these issues which have emerged in recent years. It is therefore important for nurses to immediately initiate oxygen therapy for patients having myocardium infarction. For transitional registered nurses, it is also important for them to know how and when to initiate oxygen therapies for their patients. Although these transitional nurses would not have much experience in oxygen therapy, these nurses have to make the necessary adaptations in their knowledge and skills in order to efficiently carry out these therapies. Critical Review In the paper by Nicholson (2004), the author carried out a systematic review seeking to establish the efficacy of oxygen in decreasing acute myocardial ischaemia. The author acknowledged how patients experiencing acute chest pains can effectively be relieved through oxygen therapy, as this type of therapy is known to establish balance in defects seen in ischaemia. ...
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