Ahmed Lateef Alkhaqani

Ahmed Lateef Alkhaqani
University Of Kufa | UOK · Faculty of Nursing

Master of nursing

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Additional affiliations
March 2022 - present
Al Najaf Education Hospital
Position
  • Head of Department
Education
September 2019 - October 2021
University Of Kufa
Field of study
  • Critical care nursing

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Publications (26)
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Background: Hemodialysis (HD) is the major treatment option for patients with end-stage kidney disease (ESKD).It is associated with increased morbidity and mortality as well as the reduced quality of life and poor physical performance of patients. With the increase in the number of maintenance hemodialysis patients, debilitating conditions of muscl...
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Background: Nurses are usually the first to identify and initiate cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for cardiac arrest in hospitalized patients. Consequently, the assessment of nurses’ knowledge of CPR is very important for improving training programs. Basic life support will be designed to achieve this goal. However, when received by adequately...
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Background: Hemodialysis is the major treatment option for patients with chronic kidney disease. With the increase in the number of maintenance hemodialysis patients, debilitating conditions of muscle willing and atrophy and numerous health problems associated with chronic kidney disease and hemodialysis have become the most significant concerns. M...
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Worldwide, hospitals and health systems are experiencing a new nursing workforce shortage: a lack of experience. As older nurses retire and the influx of new nurses continues to grow, the net effect is a decline in the overall experience of the nursing workforce. At the same time, the provision of health care is becoming increasingly complex. This...
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New species emerge as powerful forces in the health environment. This is especially evident in gastroenterology, but the same changes occur in most specialties. All aspects of gastroenterology care are assessed to quickly develop and expand specialized nurses, replace medical specialists, or as main caregivers. Gastroenterology nurses play various...
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The strategy included the 6Cs (care, compassion, courage, communication , competence, and commitment), and in the follow-on framework, produced by National Health Service England in 2016, the 6Cs were included again. We are all very familiar with these words, and perhaps already, some may be thinking. Nurses and midwives are asked to demonstrate th...
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Hospital accidental falls are serious incidents relating to patient safety. Thus falls are very common among older adults who are cared for in-hospital health care facilities, rehabilitation facilities or acute hospitals. In the world, the death rate of the elderly is one of the most serious health problems of this period due to the increased morbi...
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Background: Renal rehabilitation is a process that consists of a series of activities that are intended to improve the health of people with chronic kidney disease. A person with chronic kidney disease requires intensive nursing care, support from other healthcare providers, and an interdisciplinary team of professionals. Objective: This article ai...
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Background: Management disorder of vital signs remains a critical issue worldwide, particularly regarding hypertension in chronic renal disease (CRD), both of which are associated with a higher risk of cardiovascular (CV) and renal events. Physical inactivity resulting in poor exercise capacity is a common consequence of chronic kidney disease and...
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The worldwide burden of cancer is rising, leading to significant premature deaths and productive life-long loss. Cancer-related mortality is disproportionately higher in low-income and middle-income countries (LMICs; estimated at 72%–75%) than in high-income countries (HICs; estimated at 46%). The nursing workforce is essential to cancer control. O...
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Health care workers are generally predisposed to injuries from sharps as a health hazard. This is more pronounced among waste handlers. Exposure to medical waste in hospitals and health facilities results in injuries and contagious diseases. Therefore, health workers, including nurses, doctors, technicians, and hospital cleaning workers, are always...
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Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is associated with several adverse clinical outcomes, such as cardiovascular events, kidney failure requiring renal replacement therapy, mortality, and poor quality of life for survivors in general. CKD is a slow and progressive loss of kidney function over several years and may ultimately lead to the development of kid...
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Background: Chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients undergo hemodialysis to treat their condition. But this treatment comes with its own set of problems like psychiatric and mental disorders. Many of these patients experience low self-esteem, stress, depression, and anxiety, making it difficult to cope with their disease. CKD is a global general medi...
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In today's healthcare system, the delivery process includes many interfaces and patient handouts between several health professionals with further education and professional training levels. As a health care science, nursing focuses on serving the needs of humans as biopsychosocial and spiritual beings. Its practice requires scientific knowledge an...
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Background: Strengthening the Reporting of Observational Studies in Epidemiology (STROBE) guidelines were created to aid the author in ensuring a high-quality presentation of the conducted observational study. Objective: Applying the STROBE statement guideline checklist to evaluate the quality of nursing studies and observational reporting. Metho...
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Arrhythmia leads to decreased quality of life, a high risk of developing thromboembolism, and an increased mortality rate. Cardiac arrhythmia may be non-symptomatic or cause several symptoms, including heart attacks, dizziness, chest pain, and loss of consciousness. Management of patients with cardiac arrhythmias is increasingly complex because of...
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Scientific knowledge is increasingly important today, and healthcare applications are changing rapidly. As the ageing population progresses, chronic treatment for acute disease depends on the treatment application that has changed the perspective of patient care and the quality of maintenance. Innovation is an important tool for improving the quali...
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Nurses worldwide face major health care problems, such as high patient mortality, high health care demands, a reduction in health care supplies, and extraordinary physical and emotional stress. First-line health care providers and nurses working in intensive care units (ICUs) played a critical role in responding to COVID-19 patients worldwide. The...
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Atrial fibrillation (AF) is a common cardiac arrhythmia; it is not considered a benign arrhythmia. It leads to decreased quality of life, a high risk of developing thromboembolism, and an increased mortality rate. Although overall mortality increased by 90 %, many health professionals did not consider atrial fibrillation to be a modifiable cardiova...
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To achieve high-quality nursing care and management of acute myocardial infarction patients must be in accordance with evidence-based nursing practice and nurses' willingness to modify nursing practice when new evidence emerges. The framework for the comprehensive care and management of a patient with acute myocardial infarction includes a comprehe...
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Background: Confusion about elements of a research paper is common among students. The key to writing a good research paper is to know these common elements and their definitions. Maybe find that writing a research paper is not as easy as it seems. There are many parts and steps to the process, and it can be hard to figure out what needs to do and...
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Background: Patients undergoing hemodialysis suffer from deteriorating physical health, impaired physical function, and have a low quality of life, that explained by insufficient metabolic clearance. To overcome these obstacles, cost-effective strategies must be developed, including exercise as a complement to hemodialysis therapy. Objective: To de...
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ABSTRACT: Background: Randomized Controlled Trials (RCTs), also called randomized clinical trials, are regarded as the most reputable source of evidence that provides the best guide of the effectiveness of nursing interventions during the Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) period and, however, yet in the nursing literature, has not been evaluated the qu...
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Background: Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a worldwide health burden with high costs to the health system. It is associated with increased morbidity and mortality as well as a reduced quality of life. With the increase in the number of maintenance hemodialysis patients, debilitating conditions of muscle wasting and atrophy have become one of the b...
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Background: Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is common and serious, yet recognition and limited responses public health. It is one of the leading causes of mortality worldwide and is increasingly recognized as a global public healthcare challenge, especially in developing countries. Many people don't know they have a renal disease because up to 90% of...

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[Knowledge assessment, and effectiveness of an educational program], two popular phrases in nursing research. In my personal point of view, I think it is preferable to stay away from them forever and search for novelty topics of greater importance to develop the future of nursing in Iraq.
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What is the difference between paraphrase and rephrase?
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What is the difference between "study" and "research"?
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What is the difference between confidence interval and confidence level?
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I'm questioning at what point does a citation stop being recent?
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What is the difference between a randomized controlled trial and a randomized clinical trial?
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Determining sample size: how to make sure to get the correct sample size in an experimental study?
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Determining sample size: how to make sure to get the correct sample size in an experimental study?
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Is the survey or questionnaire method in medical research is a weak way to obtain research results?
Hence, it is a waste of the researcher's time, without obtaining reliable results that can advance scholarly research

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