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Comments about Module 2: Advanced Principles of Patient Hygiene - Determine Purposes for giving a Patient a Bath

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  • Komal Sharma India person should be very health conscious about himself.He must have the hygienic food
    2015-03-30 10:03:29

  • Dr Abdulkadir Abdullahi Somalia 2. PURPOSE OF THE PATIENT'S DAILY BATH Removal of bacteria from the skin. Confinement in bed increases perspiration, and bacterial growth is stimulated by moisture. Skin irritation from hospital bed linens may result in skin breakdown and subsequent infection. Relaxation effect on the patient. Stimulation of blood circulation to the skin, respirations, and elimination. Maintenance of joint mobility. Improvement of the patient's self-image and emotional and mental well-being. Providing the nurse with an opportunity for health teaching and assessment. Providing the nurse with an opportunity to give the patient psychological support. The process of building rapport may begin during the initial bath. The bath aids in the development of the therapeutic nurse-patient relationship as the patient has the nurse's undivided attention.
    2015-03-30 05:03:00

  • Paula Ibarra United States of America proper hygiene to any patient is very important. bathing them daily helps to keep any wonds they have free from infection.
    2015-03-27 12:03:20

  • sadeline j United States of America What processes is used in giving a patient bath?
    2015-03-24 15:03:46

  • sadeline j United States of America The purpose of giving a patient bath is to maintain a clean and a good hygiene and also to avoid the patient from catching body scents.
    2015-03-24 15:03:10

  • vicki miller United States of America none
    2015-03-21 19:03:03

  • vicki miller United States of America none
    2015-03-21 19:03:58

  • jaiona whitlow United States of America Are bed sores caused by not washing the body?
    2015-03-18 22:03:27

    • Paula Ibarra United States of America Bed sores are caused from a patient continuously laying in bed. it is important to turn the patient hourly in different positions to avoid bed sores.
      2015-03-27 12:03:06
  • jaiona whitlow United States of America I believe patients need baths everyday just like we shower everyday but nursing homes especially don't care for patients like they should
    2015-03-18 22:03:32

    • Muneera Ahmed Saudi Arabia may i know how i will get certificate here and how i will pay and how i will give exams plz tell
      2015-03-22 14:03:07
  • barbara stern United States of America Good hygiene can promote good health. It subsequently reduces he risk and spread of infection. Hygiene care should be consistent and frequent both physical and oral. (also includes hair and nail care).
    2015-03-18 04:03:11

  • Nsubuga Yasin Uganda Because of patient bath, relaxation, comfort, safety in terms of cleanliness, fresh body and healthy is achieved and patient will gain energy and recover.
    2015-03-15 13:03:11

  • venus canonoy Philippines because the patients feels comfortable with the nurse who give a bath.
    2015-03-12 08:03:04

  • Michelle Stauffer United States of America Removal of bacteria from the skin due to the following confinement in bed increases perspiration and bacterial growth is stimulated by moisture skin irritation from hospital bed linens may result in skin breakdowns and subsequent infection relaxation effect on the patient stimulation of blood circulation to the skin respiration and elimination maintenance of the joint mobility improvement of the patient self image and emotional and mental well being providing the nurse with an opportunity for health teaching and assessment the process of building rapport may begin during the initial bath providing the nurse with an opportunity to give the patient physiological support the bath aids in the development of the therapeutic nurse patient relationship as the patient has the nurses undivided attention
    2015-03-07 21:03:58

  • Gideon Bak-Andah Ghana Good hygiene helps patient to recover early
    2015-03-07 14:03:32

  • NICHOLAS NJOKA RONGAI Kenya patient's hygiene is one of the main nursing activity but it also contributes to patients wellbeing.
    2015-03-06 13:03:56

  • Hope Nwaobia Nigeria To be clean is nearer to godliness. Giving a patient a hygienic bath nosedive's disease exorbitantly. Since we know that dirt breds disease-causing bacteria, we need to take bath 3 times a day inother to reduce the number of bacteria multiplying. And also help the normal flora in our body.
    2015-03-02 19:03:25

    • Viola Hungwiri Zimbabwe Its very true, bathing the patient will help open their skin pores and hence refreshing them and reducing bacteria breeding.
      2015-03-03 06:03:30
  • Mbali preety Dlamini South Africa Providing for patient's hygiene is probably the most basic of oll nursing care activities, but it undoubtedly one of the most importent , not only is it a provision for the patient's physical needs,it also contributes immesurably to the patient's feeling of emotional well-being
    2015-03-02 07:03:04

  • Mbali preety Dlamini South Africa Personal hygiene keeping clean is all the things that people do regularly to keep their bodies clean and healthy. These things are all part of keeping clean and healthy:Bathing,washing and brushing hare, brushing teeth, cutting toenails and fingernails
    2015-03-01 06:03:32

  • Jovenia Smith United States of America There is nothing like giving a patient a bath. A good bath will make the patient feel better and his or her experience will be unforgettable!
    2015-02-27 16:02:36

  • OKELLO DAVID Uganda why should patient bath be given?
    2015-02-27 16:02:20

    • Viola Hungwiri Zimbabwe Patient bath must be given to maintain hygiene, to refresh patient ,to do away with dirty that do habber disease and to show care.
      2015-03-03 06:03:35
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