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    Ap Biology Lab

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    the nail polish from the leaf was removed carefully and placed on a slide. The same procedure was applied to the second leaf as well. Peels were made from similar locations on each leaf. After by using microscope number оf stоmata per field оf view was counted for ten non-overlapping fields оf view fоr eаch pееl. All data was recorded on the data sheet. By using this formula the all obtained data was converted to stomata per unit area. Results: After counting stomata and calculating stomatal density, the average, standard deviation, and standard error of the mean values for the young leaf and for the old leaf were determined. The average stomatal density of young leaf was 146.43 6.09 (stoma/mm2) and the standard deviation was 19.25. The average value for the old leaf was 115.31 6.81 (stoma/mm2) and the standard deviation was 21.54. Using average values of both leave, the bar chart with error bars was created as a graphical illustration. After, at the alpha level of 0.05 (5%) t-test was performed and a value of 0.003 was obtained for the…

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    has been made to the stoma care nurse specialist. A referral system for members of the multidisciplinary team in the neonatal unit facilitates early contact with the clinical nurse specialist (Porter, 2014). It allows them to provide the family with education, support and an ongoing plan of care. Various changes and developments involving stoma care in nursing have occurred in the United Kingdom through the years. Black (2016) highlighted that stoma care on its own used to be the most important…

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    Ostomy Home Rules Essay

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    procedure to make an opening (stoma) for stool to leave your body. The surgery is done when a medical condition prevents stool from passing through the intestines and leaving your body through the rectum. During the surgery, a part of the small intestine (ileum) is attached to the stoma made in the abdominal wall. A bag or pouch is fitted over the stoma. Stool and gas will collect in the pouch. After having this surgery, you will need to empty and change your ileostomy pouch as needed. You…

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    Nursing Intervention Paper

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    III. NURSING INTERVENTIONS OF THE STOMA NURSE The discussions of literature related to this variable under study are divided into four parts. The first part provides a background on Enterostomal Therapy as a specialty in the international and local setting. The second part is an overview of the stoma care specialist's professional qualifications while the third part is about expected roles and responsibilities. This is followed by discussions on the certain nurse factors relevant to the…

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    doing the right thing and I became worried that Mr X felt I wasn 't capable. I became concerned because the area started bleeding a little but my mentor assured me promptly that it was normal. At the beginning I found it difficult to place the new stoma bag in the right place which I found very frustrating, however I remained calm until I got it right. I sympathised with Mr X because he seemed a little embarrassed because the stoma bag was new to him and he was not familiar with it but I ensured…

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    A stakeholder in healthcare is a person or group that play a role in a person or communities health (Deaunno, Alexander & Jiang 2017, p. 100). Stakeholders in healthcare can be big groups that make alliances such as healthcare providers, employers, companies and healthcare agencies and consumer groups (Deaunno, Alexander & Jiang 2017, p. 100). Multidisciplinary teams in healthcare provide a holistic coordinated care to assist a person’s treatment and recovery (Muir-Cochrane, Barkway & Nizette…

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    Colostomy Case Study

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    redirect stool through an opening (stoma) in the abdominal wall. You may need this surgery if you have a medical condition that prevents stool from leaving your body through the usual opening (rectum). A bag will be attached to the stoma on the outside of your body. This bag will collect the stool and waste that is redirected through the stoma. A colostomy may be temporary or permanent. LET YOUR HEALTH CARE PROVIDER KNOW ABOUT: • Any allergies you have. •…

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    Providing Simon of this knowledge will allow him to understand what foods to reduce and/or avoid to help control the activeness of his stoma and diarrhoea output (Dougherty & Lister 2015, p.198). Communicate foods and drinks that could lead to flatus that causes more frequent stoma bag changes. Providing Simon with information about foods that can cause flatus can help him to identify and reduce eating these. These foods that can increase flatus include, “cabbage, onions, beans, eggs, and…

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    actual location of the “hole” where a bodily substance is excreted. A stoma is the end of the small or large bowel or the ureter that is seen coming through the abdominal wall at the location of the ostomy. A stoma does not have any nerve endings so they do not cause pain for clients. An ostomy is created to eliminiate waste (stool or urine) from the body when a portion or the entire colon has been removed, or when a client has endured bladder surgery and their urine is now exiting through the…

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    pulled through the colon from the inside and attached to the anus. This is usually done using minimally invasive (laparoscopic) methods, operating through the anus. In children who are very ill, surgery might be done in two steps. First, the abnormal portion of the colon is removed and the top, healthy portion of the colon is connected to an opening the surgeon creates in the child's abdomen. Stool then leaves the body through the opening into a bag that attaches to the end of the intestine that…

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