Thursday, August 30, 2007

What Is Parkinson Disease

Every body desire to keep their life time to be healthy forever without suffering any disability nor disease. To keep their body health a number of people doing healthy activities such as sport, playing foot ball, volley ball, physical exercise, going to gym, swim and others. In other hand they do to their life style forward healthy like taking healthy food, drink, and routine visit to doctor or any other health provider for check up or just health consulting.

Even though we 100% had protected to our self but sometimes we still got illness or disability from unpredictable caused. We can not prevent many disease nor injury even we have been maximized effort. Some degenerative disease still drop to our body even we do best of healthy life related to aging ages.

Many degenerative diseases like Diabetes Mellitus, Osteoporosis, Osteoarthritis , Alzheimer's , Parkinson. Most of degenerative disease cause of lack of function of body part such as nerve, bone, inner body part. One of degenerative disease is Parkinson. Parkinson's disease is degenerative syndroma in central nervous system which affecting to motor skill and speech functions.

The initially symptoms and sign are Trembling of hands, arms, legs, jaw and face, rigidity, and slowness in initiation movement, Poor balance and coordination. The early sign and symptom more clear prominent if people before have high mobility previously as a golf player, volly ball player, Gymnastic exercise which those dexterity of their activities are going to decrease so make affect to less of graping something, low of handling, dressing, or climbing stairs.

If you are feeling unwell and you have experienced symptoms and sign above I suppose you to visit to your doctor to check you Body Health for possibility suffering from PARKINSON DISEASE.

Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Know Your Blood Cholesterol

In the life time no body want to get get sick. They need that their life is always keep a way from any sick, but sometimes human being unable to keep their body a way always health as many reason such illness caused by intern and extern factors. The extern factors like accident, injury or many infection diseases caused by environmental factors influences to their body healthy.

Internal factors such as psychologist, biologist imbalance, food style claimed play to lead many death disease one of them is Heart Disease. Heart Disease is still rank in the top position death disease in the world. Number of deaths for leading causes of death could be mentioned by categories as follow:
  • Heart disease: 654,092
  • Cancer: 550,270
  • Stroke (cerebrovascular diseases): 150,147
  • Chronic lower respiratory diseases: 123,884
  • Accidents (unintentional injuries): 108,694
  • Diabetes: 72,815
  • Alzheimer's disease: 65,829
  • Influenza/Pneumonia: 61,472
  • Nephritis, nephrotic syndrome, and nephrosis: 42,762
  • Septicemia: 33,464
Sources N C H S - FASTATS - Leading Causes of Death and Deaths: Preliminary Data for 2004, tables 7.

What Heart Disease Causes?
Major Risk Factors
Contributing Risk Factors
  • Stress
  • Sex hormones
  • Birth control pills
  • Alcohol
From all factors above Cholesterol was claimed as common leading causes Heart Attack. Cholesterol Level in your blood must be control so always Normal or near normal then to keep your Blood Cholesterol always normal you have to manage your food pattern and food style, below many food you to pay attention eat so make your life keep a way from Heart Disease you have to be follow and obey it.

Here the list of food consist of high cholesterol you have to be concern as folowing are:




























































FoodServing SizeCholesterol Level
Boiled Egg1225 mg
Cream Cheese1OZ27 mg
Cheddar Cheese1OZ19 mg
Butter3.5OZ250 mg
Lamb3.5OZ70 mg
Beefsteak3.5OZ70 mg
Chicken3.5OZ60 mg
Kidney, Beef3.5OZ375 mg
Liver, Beef3.5OZ300 mg
Ice Cream3.5OZ45 mg
Sponge Cake3.5OZ260 mg

In other hand you have to be understanding also about your Cholesterol Normal Level as a following mentioned below:

Total cholesterol
  • Desirable: Less than 4.14 millimoles per litre (mmol/L) or Less than 160 milligrams per decilitre (mg/dL).
  • Borderline high: 4.15–6.19 mmol/L or 160–240 mg/dL
  • High:6.2 mmol/L or higher or 240 mg/dL or higher
HDL cholesterol
  • High (desirable):More than 1.56 mmol/L or More than 60 mg/dL>
  • Acceptable: 1.04–1.56 mmol/L or 40–60 mg/dL
  • Low (undesirable):Less than 1.04 mmol/L or Less than 40 mg/dL
Total cholesterol-to-HDL ratio
  • Desirable: 6:1 or less
  • Undesirable: More than 6:1
LDL cholesterol
  • Optimal: Less than 2.5 mmol/L (less than 2.0 mmol/L if you also have diabetes) or Less than 96 mg/dL
  • Near optimal: 2.6–3.5 mmol/L or 100–135 mg/dL
  • Borderline high: 3.6–4.0 mmol/L or 135–159 mg/dL
  • High: 4.1–4.9 mmol/L or 160–189 mg/dL
  • Very high: 5 mmol/L or higher or 190 mg/dL or higher
Triglycerides
  • Normal: Less than 1.7 mmol/L
  • Moderately high: 1.7 to 6.0 mmol/L
  • Very high: 6.0 mmol/L
Sources condensed from www.bchealthguide.org

Thursday, August 09, 2007

Nursing Online Degree

Do you still Diploma of nursing, LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse),LVN (Licensed Vocational Nurse) and curently you already have nursing job so you have plan to continuing to RN (Register Nurse) nor BSN (Bachelor In Nursing) or other nursing course without stopped your salary income. To day many nursing college and university online provide to you to help who any nurses want to go to nursing college such as RN nor BSN even Master of nursing without left your job.

They required to be register and enrolled you to their Nursing College without attended to classroom. Everything you wil do online. You may need only submitted and to be following nursing study online that they are perform through by internet. The following Universities list provide to you to lead your nursing career in the future. List of Online Universities as a following are:
  1. niversity of Phoenix

  2. They do nursing upgarade as well as you want with including:

    • RN to B.S. in Nursing
    • B.S. in Health Administration
    • B.S. in Human Services/Management
    • M.S. in Nursing

    University of phoenix perform nursing undergraduate and graduate in 2 to 3 years, so it will be helpfull to you to achive you nursing future career.

  3. Keiser College

  4. Keiser College's online degree programs are offered one class at a time in a personal, student-centered environment.

    • A.S. in Medical Assisting
    • RN to BS in Nursing
    • Associate in Health Services Administration
    • B.A. in Health Services Administration

  5. indiana state university

  6. Indiana State University offers LPN/LVN'sprogram.
    • LPN/LVN to BSN Nursing Degree.
    • RN to BSN Nursing Degree

  7. kaplan University

  8. Kaplan University's online nursing programs let you to get your nursing study any time, any where to improve your nursing knowledge with profesional teacher. They done they program online nursing as a below:

    • RN to B.S. in Nursing
    • Forensic Nursing Certificate
    • Case Management Certificate
    • Life Care Planning Certificate
    • Legal Nurse Consulting Certificate
    • Geriatric Care Management Certificate

  9. Grand Canyon University

  10. Bring your nursig career with Grand Canyon University. They have so many nursing program online including are:

    • RN to BS in Nursing
    • BS in Business Admin.
    • MBA in Health Systems Mgmt.
    • MBA and MS in Leadership (Dual Degree)

  11. National American University Online

  12. They do Quality accredited education is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, locally, nationally and globally through National American University's (NAU) distance learning program.

    • Online RN-to-BSN
    • B.A. Health Care Management

  13. Florida Hospital College of Health Sciences

  14. Florida Hospital College of Health Sciences - Earn your degree at homeand and the rewards at work.

    • RN to BS in Nursing

  15. Walden University

  16. Lead your career RN to MSN degree and BSN to MSN degrees available online in Walden University. They have other program also are:

    • Master's in Nursing (RN - MSN)
    • Master's in Nursing (BSN - MSN)
    • M.S. in Nursing/Education
    • M.S. in Nursing (BSN - MSN)- Management and Leadership
    • Master's in Nursing (RN - MSN)- Leadership and Management
    • Master of Public Health - Community Health
    • (M.B.A.) - Health Care Management

  17. University of Cincinnati

  18. The University of Cincinnati's on-campus programs, reputation, and support with the flexibility of online studies Nursing. Lead your Masters in Nursing Degree Online.

      M.S. in Nursing/Nurse Midwifery
    • M.S. in Nursing/Women's Health Nurse Practitioner
    • B.S. in Clinical Laboratory Science
    • B.S. in Health Information Management
    • Masters in Education - Education Leadership

  19. Loyola University New Orlean

  20. The Loyola University New Orleans bringing Your MSN Degree Online From A Top Ranked University While You Work

    • Masters in Nursing - Health Care Systems Management Degree

  21. Norwich University School of Nursing Online

  22. They Over 186 years of academic heritage and the highest form of accreditation a university can receive.
    • Master of Science in Nursing

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Thursday, August 02, 2007

First Aids Of Burn

Burn is something condition made people doing wrong when the accident occured. It make confuse to anywho geeting burn so you have to be understand how to do and how to help to the victim, why? because if you don't understand it will make worst to the victim even you will geeting serious problem also if burn stiil on.

Management for burn as immediate action are:
  1. “Stop, Drop, and Roll” to smother flames.
  2. Try to remove all burned clothing. If clothing adheres to the skin, cut or tear around burned area.
  3. Try to remove all jewelry, belts, tight clothing, etc., from over the burned areas and from around the victim’s neck. This is very important; burned areas swell immediately.

State of burns
First-Degree Burns

First-degree burns involve the top layer of skin.
Signs:
  • Red colour
  • Very painful to touch
  • Skin will show mild swelling
Treatment:
  • Apply cool, wet compresses, or immerse in cool, fresh water. Continue until pain subsides.
  • Cover the burn with a sterile, non-adhesive bandage or clean cloth.
  • Do not use ointments or butter to burn; these may cause infection.
  • Over-the-counter pain medications may be used to help relieve pain and reduce inflammation.
  • The first degree burns usually heal without further treatment. However, if a first-degree burn covers a large area of the body, or the victim is an infant or elderly, seek emergency medical attention.

Second-Degree Burns
Second-degree burns involve the first two layers of skin.

Signs:
  • Deep reddening of the skin
  • Pain
  • Come to blisters
  • Glossy appearance from leaking fluid
  • Possible loss of some skin
Treatment:
  • Immerse in fresh, cool water, or apply cool compresses. Continue for 10 to 15 minutes.
  • Dry with clean cloth and cover with sterile gauze.
  • Do not break blisters.
  • Do not apply ointments or butter to burns; these may cause infection
  • Take steps to prevent shock: lay the victim flat, elevate the feet about 12 inches, and cover the victim with a coat or blanket. Do not place the victim in the shock position if a head, neck, back, or leg injury is suspected, or if it makes the victim uncomfortable.
  • Further medical treatment is required. Do not attempt to treat serious burns unless you are a trained health professional.
Third-Degree Burns
A third-degree burn penetrates the entire thickness of the skin and permanently destroys tissue.

Signs:
  • Loss of skin layers
  • Often painless. (Pain may be caused by patches of first- and second-degree burns which often surround third-degree burns).
  • Skin is dry and leathery
  • Skin may appear charred or have patches which appear white, brown or black
Treatment:
  • Cover burn lightly with sterile gauze or clean cloth. (Do not use material that can leave lint on the burn).
  • Do not apply ointments or butter to burns; these may cause infection
  • Take steps to prevent shock: lay the victim flat, elevate the feet about 12 inches.
  • Elevate burned area higher than the victim’s head when possible. Keep person warm and comfortable, and watch for signs of shock.
  • Do not place a pillow under the victim’s head if the person is lying down and there is an airway burn. This can close the airway.
  • Immediate medical attention is required. Do not attempt to treat serious burns unless you are a trained health professional.
Sources and condenced