Samples "Treatment"


Counselling Clients With HIV/AIDS

One of the potential reactions of helping professionals to clients who have HIV/AIDS is stereotyping how the infection is acquired. This reaction can affect the perceptions of the helping professional about the relational and psychological impact of the disease while working with the client. For instance, the helping professional may...

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AIDS in the U.S.: Solution Essay

Since the time HIV was discovered more than thirty years ago, more than 575, 000 U.S. citizens have the victims of AIDS. Statistics says that every year over 56,000 people become infected with HIV in the U.S. These days, more than 1.1 million U.S. citizens are living with this disease....

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Public Health and HIV/AIDS

Throughout the world, people have been suffering for decades from Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) and the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). It is a non-discriminatory virus, which affects every class, race, and sex, making this a global issue that should spark everyone’s interest. Although scientific medicine has focused a large...

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Opioid Addiction Treatments

Opioid addiction is very difficult to treat successfully or permanently (Park & Friedmann, 1997). The use of opioid replacement therapy or partial opioid treatment to prevent relapse in persons in treatment for opioid addiction or opioid withdrawal has proven successful in many cases (Vo, Robbins, Westwood, Lezama, & Fishman, 2016)....

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Chronic Pain: Treatment Options and Efficacy

Chronic pain is considered the most common reason of seeking medical help. According to Tompkins, Hobelmann, and Compton (2017), about 100 million adult Americans suffer from this condition. Gaskin and Richard (as cited in Tompkins, Hobelmann, & Compton, 2017) claim that total expenses on treating chronic pain constitute up to...

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Captain of the Ship Project

A History of the Patient’s Present Illness The adult patient has stated that they are experiencing bouts of invincibility and optimism in which they feel that they can accomplish anything and go on very long bouts of artistic creation and discussion. Along with these bouts of artistic creation and discussion,...

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Systematic reviews of approaches for enhancing the use of antibiotics

Many people have been using antibiotics without doctor’s prescription since time in memorial. This is because of the healthcare challenges that we face worldwide. According to Hussain and Tiwari (2015) people mostly assume that because they see the same symptoms and have had earlier prescriptions from the doctor, that they...

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Evidence-Based Practice: Key Concepts

Catheterization is a tube which is placed in the patient body to collect and drain urine from the bladder (Medical Affairs Scientific Review, 2016). Multiple types of catheter are available in the contemporary healthcare system, and the healthcare establishment can decide which one to choose. It is well-known that catheterization...

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Compare/Contrast Cognitive Behavioral and Reality Therapy

THERAPY THEORIESSummary of the Key Points Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) associates three main concepts. The human person works through feelings, thoughts, and behavior, each of these influencing the other but ultimately informing the behavior of the person. Thus the human person is complex and dynamic and the focus of the...

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Nursing: Pathophysiology

Case Study 1 Ms. A most likely has, based on the circumstances and her preliminary workup, iron deficiency anemia (IDA) due to internal bleeding from overuse of aspirin, secondary to possible rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Despite her age, RA, usually considered an age-related condition, is still possible in younger women and...

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Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Diagnostics And Treatment

Thousands of combat veterans suffer from the symptoms and deleterious consequences of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It is a trauma-related disorder, which develops in response to a serious traumatic event (Vujanovic, Niles, & Abrams, 2016). The nature and complexity of such traumas will vary, depending on the unique circumstances of...

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