Nursing and nursing service is one of the greatest of humanitarian services. Anyone whether ill or well, rich or poor, literate or illiterate, young or old, at work or at play, in or out of hospital, in some way or other, directly or indirectly is can be treated by a nurse. Nursing has its own body of knowledge scientifically based and humanitarianism that promises expanded benefits to people and society. The human being assists by the nurse to achieve their potential for self-direction for health. For as long as there has been life, there has been the need to provide care and comfort to those suffering from illness and injury.
Nursing has been called the oldest of the arts and the youngest of the profession. The word nurse evolved from the Latin word nutritious, which means nourishing. B.Sc Nursing training Admission in India offers for B.Sc nursing, GNM nursing, ANM nursing and Master’s in nursing. B.Sc nursing courses is eligible for science students only. They can complete the nursing courses from anywhere in India. B.Sc Nursing Admission 2016 in Kolkata is going for Bangladesh and Nepal.
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Now we will discuss about the collecting and testing biological material and hygiene requirements which is related to health of human being. Compliance with the rules, largely set by applicable legislation, can help prevent the spread of hospital infections, protect patients, shorten the length of treatment and thus reduce healthcare costs associated with in-patient and out-patient medical facilities and sanatoriums.
When collecting biological material for testing, the following hygiene requirements must be followed:
- It can be collected in a room or areas designated for handling biological material that meet the basic hygiene requirements for the collection of biological material
- It is collected with sterile medical aids, including disposable gloves, always for one treated person, and the permeability of the gloves must match the use and the level of the risk from the biological agent
- It is usually collected before starting treatment with chemotherapeutic or antimicrobial agents
- Biological material in infectious diseases is collected in regard to the pathogenesis of the infection. In order to determine the diagnosis, the material is usually collected during the acute stage of infection; in the case of serological testing, a second sample is collected two to three weeks after collection of the first sample, or as appropriate
- It must be stored in standard containers, and in decontaminated containers, excluding any risk of contamination of the requisite forms
- It is transported to avoid degradation by physical elements and to avoid posing a risk to humans.
Bed making is also art of nursing. Some tips are mention below about bed making.
- To provide clean and comfortable bed for the patient
- To reduce the risk of infection by maintaining a clean environment
- To prevent bed sores by ensuring there are no wrinkles to cause pressure points
- Mattress (1)
- Bed sheets (2) and Bottom sheet (1)
Top sheet (1)
- Pillow (1)
- Pillow cover (1)
- Mackintosh (1)
- Draw sheet (1)
- Blanket (1)
- Savlon water or Dettol water in basin
- Sponge cloth (4): to wipe with solution (1)
To dry (1)
When bed make is done by two nurses
Sponge cloth is needed two each.
- Kidney tray or paper bag (1)
- Laundry bag or Bucket (1)
- Trolley (1)