Marwa Moustafa Ragheb Mohamed

Marwa Moustafa Ragheb Mohamed
Benha University · Department of Medical and Surgical Nursing

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Publications (18)
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Personal protective equipment is special equipment you wear to create a barrier between health care. This barrier reduces the chance of touching, being exposed to, and spreading germs. Aim of the study: Evaluating the Effect of an Educational Intervention on Nurses Knowledge & Compliance Using Personal Protective Equipment in ICU. Subjects and Meth...
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Acute myocardial infarction is one of the most common life threatening diagnoses in hospital admissions. Most of the complications occur during the first few hours while the patients are likely to be in the hospital. Nurses are challenged to plan and provide care that promote the best clinical and health related outcomes utilizing novel care method...
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Cancer is the leading cause of death in economically developed countries and the second leading cause of death in developing countries. About half of all cancer patients are treated with radiation therapy, because the radiation destroys the cancer cells' ability to reproduce. Quality of life has become an important gauge for evaluating healthcare o...
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Urinary tract infection (UTI) is the most common and important complication of the use of indwelling catheters. The aim of this study was to determine the effect of implement nurses guidelines implementation among patient with long term urinary catheter on the incidence of urinary tract infections. The study was carried out in the urology departmen...
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Self-efficacy has important theoretical and practical applications for health promotion and disease prevention among older adult. The present study aimed to evaluate the effect of an educational program on self efficacy for patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. The study was conducted at outpatient clinic at Benha University Hospital in kaluobia...
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Patient safety is a significant challenge facing healthcare systems today. An important part of patient safety is the issue of medication administration within the acute-care setting that has long been the focus of scrutiny and research because it contributes directly to patient morbidity and mortality. The present study aimed to :)1) Assess nurses...
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A nurse by profession has opportunities to establish policies and procedures, design nursing practices, and educate staff to help avoid blood transfusion errors. Aim: To evaluate the effect of teaching safety procedure to acquire nurses, best practice for patient receiving blood transfusion. Hypotheses: The mean score of knowledge, practice and att...
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The aim of the present study is to assess mothers' knowledge and practices regarding care of their children suffering from acute leukemia undergoing chemotherapy, establish and implement a health educational program for mothers based on their needs, data obtained and reviewing literature and evaluate the outcome of the health educational program di...
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Abstract Respiratory tract infections represent significant proportion of hospital acquired infections. About 15-20% of all hospital acquired infections are of the lower respiratory tracts which are the leading causes of mortality. Pulmonary ventilation or instrumentation may lead to nosocomial pneumonia. The primary risk factor for the development...
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The prevalence of diabetes is increasing globally, particularly in the developing countries. The diabetic foot is one of the most devastating chronic complications of diabetes. The study was conducted at outpatient's clinic of Benha Hospital in Kaluobia governorate. The study aimed to prevent the diabetic foot problems among diabetic patients throu...
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Recovery from surgery is a critical time for client. The nursing care of the patients after operation is a second importance to the operation it self. The aim of the study is to compare nursing performance about post operative care between nurses in University Hospital and at Benha Teaching Hospital. The present study suggested that performance for...
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Cataract is considered as a significant global health problem and represents the most important cause of visual impairment world-wide. Extraction of the cataract which accounts for a significant proportion of the surgical workload among most ophthalmologists, improving quality of the vision. Aim: This study aims to propose a protocol for health nee...
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Mastectomy is an operation in which the entire breast, usually including the nipple and the areola, is removed. It is usually performed as a treatment of breast cancer. The study aimed to assess the impact of health educational program among mastectomy patients through; Assess the patient physical, and psychosocial needs; Design and implement a hea...
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Hepatitis C represents a challenge to the health and well being of the patients and to health care system. In recent years remarkable progress has been made in hepatitis management and peg interferon/ribavirin combination therapy has become the slandered of care. Aim: This study aimed to evaluate the outcome of two teaching methods on creating awar...
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The nursing profession is composed of two main parts: the theoretical part, which reflects the knowledge that is received in the classroom; and the practical part, which focuses on improving students’ skills in the clinical area. This study aims to evaluate the perception level of nursing students related to their practical learning and theory-prac...
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The identification of behaviors that patients perceive as caring helps to emphasize what patients expect from their caregivers. Patients have always been known to value how effective nurses are in performing tasks, but, clearly, patients also value the effective dimension of nursing care. As a nurse begins clinical practice, it is important to cons...