What Is Pulse,What Are The Steps of Pulse Measurement In Human Body
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What Is Pulse,What Are The Steps of Pulse Measurement In Human Body

what is Pulse.It is the peripheral feeling of heart beat.Normally pulse is felt at wrist joint, but it can be felt at any point where artery passes superficially over a bony surface. Deduction of pulse Rate of pulse Rhythm Character Volume Condition of arterial wall. For nurse and doctor the rate of pulse is usually measured and recorded in chart.…

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10 Best Types of Enema And Enema Procedure
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10 Best Types of Enema And Enema Procedure

Types of Enema are being discussed in this article.An enema is the introduction of fluid into rectum mostly either to empty lower bowel or to introduce a medicinal substance for its general or local effect or for diagnostic purpose. Non retention enema or evacuate enema or expelling enema. Retention enema. Non retention or evacuate enema Purgative enema. Cleansing enema. Cold…

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What Is Rectal Suppository,What Are The Procedure For Applying Suppository
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What Is Rectal Suppository,What Are The Procedure For Applying Suppository

What is Rectal Suppository.It is a form of rectal medication mainly for local effects and sometimes for general effect. Usually it is solid at room temperature. When introduced it melts at body temperature and produces local effect. Type of Suppository Glycerine Suppository : This is a evacuant suppository used for starting defecation reflex. This is available in two forms adult…

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12 Ways To Make A Warm Compress And Heat Compress Procedure

Warm Compress And Heat Compress are improved method of application of heat to a part of body where hot water bottle is not available. Though this is routinely used in houses by common people, it is not an authentic hospital nursing procedure. But still in absence of hot water bottle the procedure can be used by nurse for limited purpose of…

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Cold Compress Procedure:How To Apply Cold Packs
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Cold Compress Procedure:How To Apply Cold Packs

Cold Compress Procedure is used for to calm an irritable and restless patient,to improve blood circulation and reduce pulse and to bring down body temperature. Materials Required Tub or big basin with cold water at 6S°F or 18.3°C tem­perature. 2. Bath thermometer. 3. Large wringer or two cotton sheet for pack. 4. Bed side screen. 5. One big macintosh. 6.…

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