2 edition of Nursing care of communicable diseases found in the catalog.
Nursing care of communicable diseases
Mary Elizabeth Pillsbury
|Other titles||Communicable diseases, Nursing care of.|
|Statement||by Mary Elizabeth Pillsbury. 116 illustrations.|
|Series||Lippincott"s nursing manuals|
|LC Classifications||RT51 .P5 1934|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. l., 473 p.|
|Number of Pages||473|
|LC Control Number||34004660|
COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING: AN OVERVIEWWhat is a community? Localities shall be prepared for the emerging disease trends, as well as the prevention and control of non- communicable organization of Community Health Teams (CHTs) in each priority population area is one way to achieve health-related MDGs. Care of Communicable. The inevitable risk borne by medical workers in the process of caring for patients with contagious diseases has been historically most apparent in epidemics, during which physicians have selflessly treated patients known to have dangerous, communicable infections. Investigators of infectious diseases still must face hazards when they work with microorganisms of uncertain danger and Author: Jack D. McCue. Communicable Disease Guide for Schools and Child Care Settings. This guide contains fact sheets for schools and parents about a variety of infectious diseases, as well as information for disease prevention and control. It contains handy information on diseases and nuisance conditions commonly encountered in school and child care settings.
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Author: M. Vlok. Nursing care of communicable diseases: a text-book of prophylactic technics for the prevention and control of disease. Part II relates to a large number of the better known communicable diseases and gives specific instructions regarding the nursing care of each. In part III is found miscellaneous information, which includes a historical review of the care of communicable diseases.
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Staffing shortages, especially of nurses, have been identified as one of the major factors expected to constrain hospitals’ ability to deal with future outbreaks of emerging infections.
Proper infection prevention is essential for routine nursing practice, during disasters, and when providing care to individuals infected with a new or emerging infectious disease.
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An effective surveillance system is critical to detect and monitor infectious disease, both within the U.S. and globally. Inthe Executive Office of the President, acting on advice from its National Science and Technology Committee, issued a directive declaring that U.S.
citizens were not being adequately protected from emerging infectious diseases. Inthe CDC published “Framework for Preventing Infectious Diseases” to serve as “a roadmap for improving our ability to prevent known infectious diseases and to recognize and control rare, highly dangerous, and newly emerging threats, through a strengthened, adaptable, and multi-purpose U.S.
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Communicable diseases are those which get transferred from one person to another or one animal to a person or another animal by means of any diseases often spread from one other via air, food, water or transfusing instruments or blood transfusion or bodily fluids.
Communicable also mean infectious and contagious. Many interventions for noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) exist and are well known.
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