Evidence-based medicine

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  • Importance Of Evidence Based Medicine

    replied that they had taken him to an Exorcist in Majitha, a village in the outskirts of Amritsar. Why? Because he was possessed by evil spirits. Sanjay had that what I believe to have a seizure. That made me bewildered. What does a seizure has to do with holy man. I was in the first year of medical school and this incident triggered my interest in Medicine and Neurology in particular. The field of medicine is one such beautiful and noble profession that God has bestowed on the planet of humanity. Against all the ills, evils, and hatred, it is medicine that stands to fight against all negativities and bellicosities. It guarantees the position of Doctor…

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  • What Is Evidence Based Medicine (EBM)?

    Introduction: Evidence based medicine (EBM) is a current aspect of health care that is relevant for many reasons in respiratory therapy. This paper will examine what EBM is by looking at the concept of non-pharmacological secretion clearance methods, and how it is relevant within the realm of Respiratory Therapy, specifically for the neuromuscular compromised patients. As well as what to extent the professional practice of respiratory therapy and respiratory therapists (RTs) are informed by…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM)

    Introduction: This essay aims to evaluate the criticism mentioned above and to see if Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) is a good approach for clinical decision making. I will explain what EBM is, and its applications and then go on to discuss its strengths and limitations. What is Evidence-Based Medicine and its application: EBM is a method of practice in which clinical decisions are made upon the combination of best available evidence and clinical expertise whilst adhering to patient values. [1]…

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  • Faith Integration And Social Work Essay

    important factor guiding social work service provision, a focus on client empowerment and autonomy may become at risk (p. 82). One of the integral social work ethics that we strive for clients to achieve is their right to self-determination. The client must have a say in the matter of their goals and desires for treatment and if we are focusing on research and outcomes and not letting the client have a choice in the matter we are not giving them the right to self-determination. With…

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  • Importance Of Ebp In Nursing

    interpretation and integration of reports from the clients, observations of the practitioner and the research obtained from evidence to give maximum results. As a result, the preferences of the patients themselves, their families and those of the community as a whole are served (Polit & Beck,…

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  • The Core Values And Practices Of Evidence-Based Practice

    Strategic initiatives should be formulated using evidence-based practice [“EBP”] that enhances the opportunity to achieve optimal patient outcomes. Patients and families expect to receive quality care when seeking healthcare services. Dr. David Sackett and colleagues defined EBP as “the conscientious, explicit and judicious use of current best evidence in making decisions about the care of the individual patient. The practice of evidence-based medicine means integrating individual clinical…

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  • Multiple Sclerosis Exercise

    Cramer, H., Lauche, R., Azizi, H., Dobos, G., & Langhorst, J. (2014). Yoga for multiple sclerosis: a systematic review and meta-analysis. PloS one, 9(11), e112414. The purpose of this study was to systematically analyze the effectiveness and safety of yoga on patients with multiple sclerosis. This study reviewed articles from various sources including but are not limited to those studies who have conducted randomized controlled trials (RCT). The trials the have been included on this study were…

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  • Tai Chi Exercise: A Case Study

    focus of this inquiry was regarding elderly adults who could improve their coordination and muscle strengthening with the use of Tai Chi exercise and, therefore, reduces their chances of falling while residing in the hospital settings. Using AND as the limiter, the term Tai Chi AND Falls were entered, and 115,234 articles were produced. The inquiry was further limited to years that were 2005-2016, and full-text articles that produced 30,733. This investigation was limited further to…

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  • Clinical Practice Guideline: Screening For Breast Cancer Research

    Analysis and Application of a Clinical Practice Guideline: Screening For Breast Cancer The purpose of this paper is to analyze a current clinical practice guideline (CPG) on breast cancer screenings by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF). A CPG is a statement that compiles the highest level of evidence-based research from systematic research reviews (SRR) and other research to direct practitioners with appropriate health care interventions (Sriganesh, Shanthanna, & Busse, 2016).…

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  • Nursing Dehydration

    Report by Dr Wilson on behalf of the parliamentary hydration forum (2014) found that nurses are uncertain about aspects of their role and accountability. The report also raises the main challenge for nursing staff as well as patients including poor recognition of dehydration and working on urgent dehydration profile reform particularly in older people. Cook (2005) has argued the complexities of managing hydration in patients and pointed out the role of the nurse in hydration management has been…

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