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  • Reflective Essay: The Agent Of Jersey Urology

    You are sitting in your cubicle, waiting on the next call to come in. Everyone in your row and the next row over seems to be following the rules of what to do when not on a call. There is a break in between calls, so you stand up to stretch; however, when you look ahead a few rows you notice hoods of sweatshirts covering heads, and others with their heads on their desks. A thought runs through your mind, “Are they not afraid of being written up or sent home? Will their team lead or…

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  • Hydronephrosis Case Study Summary

    Urine pools in the kidneys because urine is made faster than it can be excreted (Urology Care Foundation website, n.d.). This can be caused by the narrowing of ureter due to scarring or blood vessels ("Prenatal Hydronephrosis," n.d.) Hydronephrosis is the result of the pooling and swelling in the kidneys. Usually only one kidney is…

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  • AEIOU Model

    Applying the AEIOU Model As a new initiative in the urology procedural unit I recently started working for, management had devised a new procedural flow study with the aim to improve time management for nurses and overall waiting time for patients in the urology department. The current waiting times for patients were about one to one and a half hours to be seen by a physician and three to four hours’ total visit time. About three quarters of the nurses on my team had been working in the unit for…

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  • APRN Patient Relationship Model

    paper is to identify interactive model that address the APRN-patient relationships and focuses patient-centered care and on the person as whole based on the individual’s physical, psychological, spiritual, and social entities. As future APRN with urology subspecialty I would like to dedicate a part of my practice to female population patients who suffer from recurrent urinary tract infections, help to prevent it with natural remedies in order to decrease antibiotic overuse and antibiotic…

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  • Male Infant Circumcision Essay

    Male infant circumcision (MIC) is the most common surgical procedure in the world. In 2011, it was estimated that one-third of the world’s men were circumcised, according to the World Health Organization. A study by Dan Bollinger in the Journal of Boyhood Studies states that every year in the United States, over one million newborn infant males are circumcised (76). The infant has no choice in the outcome of his body. The only justification for the removal of the foreskin should be a medical…

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  • Policy Development Case Study

    In addition, the Catheter, associated infection (CAUTI) remains up on some units. A committee was created which included nursing, nursing administration, education, infection control, urology, infectious diseases and performance improvement to look at both issues to find solutions. Part of the plan is for urology to provide education on in techniques of Foley catheter insertion. Infectious disease physicians and education department to educate on catheter associated infection. The collaborative…

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  • Travel Desk Case Study

    medical sector such as cardiology and cardiothoracic surgery, joint replacement, orthopedic surgery, gastroenterology, ophthalmology, transplants and urology to name a few. The numerous specialisms covered are Neurology, Neurosurgery, Oncology, Ophthalmology, Rheumatology, Endocrinology, ENT, Pediatrics, Pediatric Surgery, Pediatric Neurology, Urology, Nephrology, Dermatology, Dentistry, Plastic Surgery, Gynecology, Pulmonology, Psychiatry, General Medicine & General Surgery. Well-trained…

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  • Expense Budget Analysis In Nursing

    Traditionally nursing is seen as a cost center with the nursing costs being included into the room fee. Our Nursing managers are given the task of charting the costs that the department, in this case the ED, incurs. What if we can bring that cost accrual down by reducing infection, as well as repeat ER arrivals for infection treatment from indwelling urinary catheters. The decrease in arrival for infection treatment leaves our rooms open for other emergencies. Reducing the lower acuity ER…

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  • Essay On Overactive Bladder

    Control and Prevention's National Center for Health Statistics adds that nearly ten percent of those cases involve moderate to severe incontinence. The bad news for seniors: while incontinence in not a normal or essential part of aging, the American Urology Association notes that problems with and occurrences of incontinence greatly increase with age. While some causes of an overactive bladder may require medication or even surgery, the most common treatments involve behavioral and…

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  • Robotic Surgery Research

    Table of Contents Introduction 3 History of Robotics Surgery 4 Applications of Robotic Surgery in the recent years: 5 General Surgery: 5 Cardiothoracic surgery: 5 Cardiology: 5 Colon and Rectal Surgery: 6 Gastroinestinal surgery: 6 Gynecology: 6 Neurosurgery: 6 Pediatrics: 6 Literature Review 6 Disadvantages of Robotic surgery 9 Time 9 Cost 9 References 10 Introduction What is Robotics???? It is a branch of engineering (mechanical, electrical and computer science) that deals with…

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