South Asian Res J Nurs Health Care | Pages : 1-7
DOI : 10.36346/sarjnhc.2019.v01i01.001
Worldwide cerebral infarction Nowa days was common health problem. It is the 3rd cause of death after heart disease and cancer. Serious long-term disability caused by this status. The current study aimed to establish Protocol for Attention of Nursing care to promote physical stuats of Patient with cerebral infarction at King Khalid Hospital (KKH). A convenience sample of 60 patients who had cerebral infarction and able to communicate in the departments of medical, surgical units at KKH. Over a period of 7months were recruited. One tool were used to collect data it is Interview qutionnair sheet developed to assess patient personal data , patient physical statusand and educational requirement the first part was questionnaire sheets to estimate personal data, second part was to assess patient physical and educational requirment. Results of this study concluded that, the majority of the studied subject's physical status were dependent in them selves to performing daily living activities, and did not have adequate knowledge about cerebral infarction. Conclutios: about half of the studied subjects were dependent in performing of daily living activities, more than half of studied subjects were had unsatisfactory knowledge but improved post protocol.The relations between sociodemographic data, physical status, there was statistical significant relation between patient emographic data and physical status.The study recommended that Facing the patient physical status by Help the patients to perform the daily living activitie perform In-service Training for patient and relative to discuss the effect of CI on physical status of the patients , National strategies are highly required to support patients with CI and their caregivers and Further research is needed to study the rehabilitation and discharge programs that would help the patient with CI to adapt with their physical disabilities
Amera Bekhatro Awad Allah Rashed, Amal Khalifa Khalil, Hanaa Mohamed Abo Shereda
South Asian Res J Nurs Health Care | Pages : 8-17
DOI : 10.36346/sarjnhc.2019.v01i01.002
Decreased sleep quality is a common complaint during pregnancy especially among primigravida. Regarding the high incidence of sleep disorders during pregnancy and their adverse effects on maternal and fetal health, it is hazardous to apply pharmaceutical approaches during pregnancy. Relaxation and guided imagery are forms of the non-pharmacological treatments for managing sleep disorders. Aim of the study: was to study the effect of non-pharmacological interventions on sleep quality during pregnancy among primigravida. Methods & Research Design: a quasi experimental design was used in this study with comparing three groups two study and one control. Subjects: A purposive sample of one hundred and twenty women was recruited. Tools: three tools were used for data collection which named; interviewing questionnaire, Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index and an evaluation checklist. Results: there was a statistically significant difference between groups regarding daily sleep time, PSQI score and sleep quality after intervention. Conclusion: the first research hypothesis was accepted as it was found that progressive muscle relaxation 'as one of the non-pharmacological interventions' was effective in improving participants sleep quality. Recommendations: Instruct pregnant women about appropriate non-pharmacological interventions which have no side-effects to improve sleep quality.
Belza, Mercedes A. MAN, Dancil, Veronica T. MSN, Lauro, Jocelyn P. MAN, MaEd.
South Asian Res J Nurs Health Care | Pages : 18-25
DOI : 10.36346/sarjnhc.2019.v01i01.003
Nurses are often engaged in providing care for patients who are diagnosed with terminal illness and are faced with the process of dying. Working with these patients and families can be emotionally demanding and challenging. Nurses ought to meet the challenge of developing and rendering effective interventions for cancer patients, focusing predominantly on health promotion, end-of-life care, and above all, the four domains of health-related quality of life: physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual functioning. Health-related Quality of Life (HRQoL) interventions can empower patients to practice health behaviors and facilitate them to be self-directed in their care; thereby contributing substantially to their quality of life. This study aimed to describe and understand the „lived‟ experiences of oncology nurses in providing health-related quality of life interventions among cancer patients. The study was conducted using descriptive phenomenological method and data was generated through one-on-one audio-recorded interview with ten oncology nurses Colaizzi‟s  procedural interpretation of the phenomenological method of inquiry was used for data coding and identifying themes. Methods to ensure trustworthiness of the findings were implemented. Three themes with 14 sub-themes were identified. Results of the study showed that health-related quality of life interventions were essential in nursing care among cancer patients. It was suggested that the manner in which cancer patients‟ quality of life improves through HRQoL interventions should be further studied. In addition, it may be of value for nursing leaders to provide specified training programs for oncology nurses working on issues relevant to the HRQoL intervention skills.
Aurang Zeb, Hammad, Muhammad Ali, Rifat Baig, Shakira Rahman
South Asian Res J Nurs Health Care | Pages : 26-30
DOI : 10.36346/sarjnhc.2019.v01i01.004
Objectives: The objective of the study is to assess the anxiety level among preoperative patients. Methodology: The research design used for this study is a quantitative descriptive cross-sectional study. Hamilton anxiety rating scale was used to identify the anxiety level of patients, data was collected through convenience sampling technique and analysis was done by SPSS version 22. Result: Out of all 70 participants 2.9 % has no anxiety, 30.0% have mild anxiety, 42.9% have moderate anxiety 12.9% have severe anxiety and 11.4% have very severe anxiety. Conclusion: The anxiety level of patients varies from mild to moderate, severe and very severe. Different factors like gender, level of education of the participants and type of surgery affect the level of anxiety. Worried about pain and operation theater environment also effect anxiety level. The study also addresses some recommendation to reduce anxiety in preoperative patients.
Hajra Sarwar, Sana Saher, Muhammad Afzal, Dr. Asif Hanif, Dr. Asif Hanif
South Asian Res J Nurs Health Care | Pages : 31-33
DOI : 10.36346/sarjnhc.2019.v01i01.005
The learner have their own style to learn the new things but advance teaching method, there have different strategies to learn with long flexible retention of knowledge, like computer based training programs. In computer based training is an advance training for learner, in which basically introduce the advance method, like video, links recorded role plays, recorded lectures and demonstration of skill etc. but all that without the feedback. Instead of that in the traditional training method learner, are learn from old method with the supervision of faculty, uses the video, demonstration and role plays etc. but with under supervision. Basic life support is a very important skill and knowledge, which have need to know and retain each steps in the learner with its full of importance. American Heart Association have been their aim, “focus to train the every person should know about the Basic life Support training for their home, Road, Public areas, School and for colleges”. For achieving this goal there is need to educate every individual with the best suitable strategies especially health care provider because cardiac arrest increases day by day. Nurses are the back bone of hospital and this is fact that nurses are that persons who spent most of the time with patient as compare as other health care provider. So in this article review were used to different article to know the best strategies to become the competent the nurses for BLS.
Veronica J. Ejeh, Emmanuel E. Achor, Esther E Ejeh
South Asian Res J Nurs Health Care | Pages : 34-44
DOI : 10.36346/sarjnhc.2019.v01i01.006
Emotional health problems are common among retirees, but frequently remain undetected and untreated. It occurs in retirement as a result of challenge experienced by retirees, complex interaction of social, psychological and biological factors. The aim of this study is to investigate the associated factors of emotional health problems (depression, anxiety, and stress) among retirees in Kogi State, Nigeria. The study utilized correlational survey research design. The population for the study comprised 9,950 retirees in Kogi State, Nigeria. The retirees aged 60 and above were selected using multi-stage sampling procedure to give a total sample size of 1,250 respondents. The Depression, Anxiety, and Stress Scale (DASS-21) was adapted and used to determine associated factors of depression, anxiety, and stress. Bivariate analyses were performed using frequencies, percentages, point-biserial correlation, Cramer’s V coefficient and multiple regression analyses were conducted to determine the relationship between the factors and each of the emotional health problem statuses assessed. The result showed that there were weak positive relationship between depression and age of retirees (rpb= .09, p= .001), anxiety (rpb= .10, p=.001), stress (rpb= .14, p=.001), there were also weak positive relationship between depression and associated factor of income level of retirees and depression (V= .06, p= .050), anxiety (V= .10, p=.001), stress (V= .04, p=.127). Furthermore, there were significant relationships between depression and retirees’ demographic factors of gender (P= .000) and age (P=.004) and educational level (p = .000) with 5% of the variation experiences of depression among retirees, Anxiety and retirees’ demographic factors of gender (p=.001) and age (p=.001), level of education (p=.000), place of residence (p=.02) and income level (p=.02)with 7% experiences of anxiety among retirees and stress and retirees’ demographic factors of gender (p=.000), age (p=.000), place of residence (p=.221), and educational level (p=.001) with 6% experiences of stress found among retirees. The study recommended that Kogi State government should establish guidance clinics in all ministries and local government area and pension commissions in the states. This will create opportunities for counselors to provide psychological education to all retiree clients with problems of adjustment. Government should also establish and build a retirement home for the elderly retirees, as well run a social welfare schemes for retirees like we find in developed countries. This will ensure freedom and comfort for smooth transition from the world of work to the world of retirement.
Professor Aamir Abdullahi Hamza
Editor-in-Chief "South Asian Research Journal of Medical sciences"
Dr. Mohamad Fazli Sabri
Editor-in-Chief "South Asian Research Journal of Business and Management"
Dr. Fatmir Shehu
Editor-in-Chief "South Asian Research Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences"
Dr. Sunil Kumar
Editor-in-Chief "South Asian Research Journal of Agriculture and Fisheries"
Prof. Helme Ahmed Altaee
Editor-in-Chief "South Asian Research Journal of Oral and Dental Sciences"
Dr. Md. Habibur Rahman
Editor-in-Chief "South Asian Research Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences"
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