THYROID AND PARATHYROID GLAND DISORDERS

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  • It is a state resulting from hyposecretion of thyroid hormones T3 and T4 ,characterized by a decreased rate of body metabolism

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  • Lethargy and fatigue
  • Intolerence to cold
  • Weight gain
  • Bradycardia
  • Generalized puffiness and edema around the eyes and face (myxedema)
  • Cardiac enlargement, tendency to develop congestive heart failure
  • Goiter may or may not be present

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STAFF NURSE VACANCY AT DAMODAR VALLEY COPORATION(CONTRACTUAL)

DAMODAR VALLEY CORPORATION(DVC)

Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC), one of the premier power utilities in India engaged in Thermal/Hydel Power Generation, Transmission & Distribution with its Head Quarters in Kolkata and hospitals/dispensaries located in the field formations spread across the states of West Bengal and Jharkhand invites online applications for the following Medical Services posts as well as for Mining services posts on Contractual Basis for a period up to 1(one) year to be filled up through WALK-IN-INTERVIEW/Skill Test on the terms and conditions mentioned hereinafter.

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Diseases with specific manifestations

DISEASE CONDITIONS WITH SPECIFIC MANIFESTATIONS

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enter site GERD—————————————–Barretts esophagus(Erosion of the lower portion of the esophageal mucosa)
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ENT AND RESPIRATORY DISORDERS IN CHILDREN : SHORT NOTE FOR NURSES

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1. STRABISMUS

• Also called squint or lazy eye or crossed eye
• Disorder in which the eyes don’t look in exactly the same direction at the same time.
• Condition in which the eyes are not aligned because of lack of coordination of extraocularmuscles
• It is normal upto 4 months, after 4 months treatment is needed

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• Amblyopia (reduced visual acuity) if not treated early
• Loss of binocular vision
• Impairement of depth perception
• Frequent headaches
• Squinting or tilting of the head to see

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HEMATOLOGY : SHORT NOTES FOR NURSES

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Hematology is the study of blood anatomy and physiology of blood

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  • plasma( 55%)
  • Cellular component 45% get link                             

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Albumin:-     Maintain osmotic pressure

Globulin

  • Alfa Globulin ———–Transport Of Iron, Bilirubin, And Steroid
  • Beta Globulin————–Transport Of Copper And Iron
  • Gamma Globulin———–Maintain Immunity

Cellular component      RBC, W B C, PLATELETE

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ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY : SHORT NOTE FOR NURSES

ENVIORNMENTAL SAFTY

FIRE SAFTY:

  • keep open space free of clutter
  • clearly mark fire exit.
  • Know the location fire alarm exit and extinguisher

Priority action   in the event of fire.      

Remember mnemonic RACE 

  • R –rescue( remove all  client from the of fire)
  • A– alarm (activate the fire alarm)
  • C– confirm (close door and windows  for prevent spreads .)
  • E– extinguish (extinguish the fire by using the extinguisher)

USING FIRE EXTINGUISHER

Remember mnemonic  PASS.

  1. P– pull the pin
  2. A– aim at the base of fire.
  3. S-squeeze the handle.
  4. S-sweep the fire from side to side

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STAFF NURSE VACANCY IN NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR RESEARCH IN TUBERCULOSIS

NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR RESEARCH IN TUBERCULOSIS

National institute for research in tuberculosis(NIRT) is a permanent research institute under Indian council of medical research.the idea of formation of this institution was formed from national tuberculosis chemotherapy center which was formed in 1956 as a part of five year plan.in 1961 the institution faced threat of closure and after that in 1964 the well established NIRT formed as the research of tuberculosis is unavoidable in India.

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BLOOD TRANSFUSION : SHORT NOTES FOR NURSES

BLOOD TRANSFUSION

TYPES OF BLOOD COMPONENTS  

RBC

Used to replace erythrocytes.   one bag contain 250 or, 300,or 350ml.  Each units increases the HB by 1 gldl and Hematocrit by 2% to 3%.

Whole blood

 Rarely used.  Used to resolve hypovolemic shock resulting from hemorrhage.  Contain RBC,Plasma, and Plasma proteins.  Each unit contain 500 ml.

Platelets

  Platelets are used to treat thrombocytopenia and platelets dysfunctions.  Cross matching is not required but it usually done.  (Platelet concentrates contain few RBC only).  One unit of platelet may vary from 50 to 70 ml per unit to 200 to 400 ml/unit.  Platelets are administered immediately up on receipt form the blood bank and are given rapidly, usually over 15 to 30 minutes.  Evaluation of platelets count is done 18 to 24 hours after administration.

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TOTAL PARENTERAL NUTRITION : SHORT NOTE FOR NURSES

TOTAL PARENTERAL NUTRITION

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TOTAL PARENTERAL NUTRITION

  • TPN supplies necessary nutrients via veins.
  • It supplies carbohydrate in the form of dextrose or Glucose, fat in special emulsified form, Proteins in the form of amino acids, vitamins minerals, and water.
Indication


  • Severe dysfunction or non functioning of GI tracts.
  • When GI tract is unable be process nutrient normally.
  • Client who can’t take enough nutrient orally.
  • Client with multiple abdominal surgery and GI trauma.
  • Severe intolerance to enteric feeding.
  • Intestinal obstruction or bowel needs to rest for healing.
  • Client with AIDS, Cancer, malnutrition or client receiving chemotherapy.

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