Malaria has been defined as a mosquito borne disease, which is caused because of a parasite known as plasmodium. It is known to be transmitted from the bite of infected mosquitoes. The disease begins due to a bite of an infected female mosquito known as Anopheles through which plasmodium or protists enters into the circulatory system. Then, in blood, the protists travel towards the liver where it matures and reproduces to increase in number. The main symptoms of this disease include fever, vomiting and headache and this usually appears after 10-15 days of the bite of mosquito.
A nurse to patient staffing ratio can be defined as a number which describes the total number of patients which have been assigned to each nurse. Inappropriate nurse to patient staffing ratios can compromise patient safety and the quality of care that is delivered to the patients...ReadMore
Good health and social care facilities are the need of the hour. Every country needs to develop advance health and social care system. To make an better health and social care system the first thing which is required is efficient human resource (Abdelhak, Grostick and Hanken, 2014)....ReadMore
Introduction to Nursing Care Servcies
The practice of nursing requires specialized knowledge, skill and independent decision making and this also includes several interventions to be followed. In the present research study, discussion has been included regarding a 6 year old boy who is having...ReadMore