Lecturer, Igbinedion University Okada
Nursing process is a means to patient health, but Majority of nurses lack this knowledge.
My research area is sociology, which primarily is the study of society and its social environment. It could be view as human social engineering. This relates to human behaviour and how such behaviour had imparted others either positively or negatively. Take, for example, the user of communication technology, if extraneous news such as shock, fear, treat, or news of the lost of a loved one is passed, the receiver of the news respond to such stimuli, in a sorrowful mood, even though the person passing across the news are far apart. In other hands, if it was a good new relating promotion, award, success in an interview, there is also a bodily message based on such social human interaction. This basic assumption, could be applicable to other social behiour.
Abstract: Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) compromises quality of life. However, the available therapeutic options are limited. This has led to the identification of modifiable risk factors to prevent the development or alter the natural course and prognosis of AMD. The identification and modification of risk factors has the potential for greater public health impact on reducing morbidity from AMD. Likewise, identifying the imaging clues and genetic clues could serve as a guide to recognizing the propensity for progression to severe and end stages of the disease. Several attempts, both successful and unsuccessful, have been made for interventions that could delay the progression of AMD. Of these, pharmacological interventions have shown promising results. The Age-Related Eye Disease Study 1 and 2 have shown the beneficial role of antioxidants in a selected group of patients.
Pub.: 06 Dec '17, Pinned: 07 Dec '17