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    Kathleen, great post. Great example of how a clinical practice guideline has been implemented into practice. It sounds like your organization has done a great job on steps to implement a guideline. Some key steps to implementing new guidelines are providing the right resources and education for evaluation, involving the stakeholders, and providing support (Jacobs, Jones, Gabella, Spring, & Brownson, 2012). It sounds as if your organization has done a great job of involving stakeholders and…

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    Ureteroscopy Essay

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    2016 recommends Ureteroscopy as first line therapy in patients with mid or distal ureteral stones who require intervention (who were not candidates for or who failed Medical Expulsive Therapy) with Evidence Level Grade B.1 European Association of Urology Guideline 2016 also recommends Ureteroscopy over Shock Wave Lithotripsy for ureteral stones if indicated for active stone removal - Recommendation Grade A.2 Semirigid ureteroscopes remain the most commonly used type of scope for access to the…

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    related to negligence and medical malpractice. I found this article in nj.com dated September 15, 2016. It is about former Bergen County, New Jersey prosecutor John Molinelli is suing the Hackensack University Medical Group Urology Department, his urologist and other members of the urology department such as unnamed nurses and doctors for misdiagnosis and lack of treatment back on March 2015. According to the article former prosecutor Molinelli was unable to perform his duties as a result of the…

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    Indwelling Ureteroscopy?

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    standard practice.3 Ureteroscopy is recommended as first line therapy for ureteral stones if indicated for active removal by American Urological Association Endourological Society Guideline 2016 with Evidence Level Grade B4 and European Association of Urology Guideline 2016 with Recommendation Grade A.5 Semi-rigid Ureteroscope remain the most commonly used type of scope for access to the upper urinary tract.6…

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    Biographical Data Mrs. C.M was admitted to Room 617. She is a 60 year-old female and a client of Dr. D Smith. Previous to her stay at St. Luke’s she was admitted to the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics for a exploratory laparotomy with a bladder repair, an iliac artery repair and lipoma removal. Reasons for Seeking Care C.M is seeking care for recovery from bladder perforation, left iliac artery injury, pelvic fracture and left femur fracture at the greater trochanter. All injuries…

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    Dissection Essay

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    difference, I knew I had to excel to the maximum of my potential and I had better do it in a field I enjoyed. The field that kept returning to the top of my list was Urology. I was drawn to this field for a variety of reasons, the least of which was my fascination with the kidney and surgery; the factor that drew me the most to Urology was the compassion, competence, skill, and positive attitude of the urologists at my home institution. After meeting them, I realized I found the field that would…

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    The status of this claim is that the applicant is set to be evaluated by the urology Panel Qualified Medical Evaluator, Dr. Abdo Faddoul on June 14, 2017 and by the neurology Panel Qualified Medical Evaluator, Dr. Steven McIntire on July 13, 2017. If you have not done so already, I recommend you forward the appropriate mileage to the injured worker. Our office will forward all the medical records in our possession to the both PQME’s. I will also prepare a persuasive cover letter separately to…

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    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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    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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    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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