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Aims and objectives. To explore the information needs of patients who have received treatment for a myocardial infarction before their discharge home from an acute hospital. What is known about the topic. Providing information for myocardial infarction patients is an important nursing function and is part of the role of health‐care professionals delivering cardiac rehabilitation. It is. In Oman, the overall incidence rate of Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS) is estimated at per , person years and cases of unstable angina (55%), ST Elevation (26%), and Non-ST Elevation (19%), are very common.x6Perceived learning needs of Yemeni patients after coronary artery bypass graft surgery. J Clin : Rashid Said Almamari, Eilean Rathinasamy Lazarus, Joshua Kanaabi Muliira. Educational needs of patients undergoing coronary artery bypass graft. Introduction: Cardiac surgery associates with potential physiological, mental, emotional, growth and spiritual consequences due to the existence of many stressful factors. Training and learning patients can minimize risk-creating and stressful factors. The information needs of cardiac patients immediately following revascularization,,, acute coronary syndrome,, myocardial infarction (MI),,,,,, and heart failure,, have been previously described, and include knowing how to manage signs and symptoms, knowing how to modify or change risk factors, and knowing the names, dosages and side-effects of by:
Two hundred patients hospitalised at the coronary intensive care unit or at the cardiothoracic surgery unit of a public hospital in Lisbon answered the adapted version of the Cardiac Patients. Patient and family psychological distress. Surgical patients encounter physical trauma and psychological distress after surgery. 9 10 Psychological distress has been defined as a collective term for anxiety and depression levels. 11 Beyond that, an unfamiliar hospital environment, such as the ICU, is another stressful factor that is associated with high anxiety and depression levels. 12 In Cited by: 6. Pre-operative information needs of patients in ICU Grady et al () evaluated patients' perception of pre-operative teaching days following surgery and following discharge. The findings showed that days after surgery patients ranked information explaining the surgery and ICU environment as the two most important information by: Both documents call for the implementation of electronic health records (EHR) and HIT solutions to improve the safety, quality and efficiency of care. Several nurse scientists are at the forefront of advancing this work, particularly using electronic health records, decision support and telehealth.
Einstein Healthcare Network is a leading healthcare system with approximately 1, licensed beds and 8, employees serving the communities of Philadelphia and Montgomery County, Pa. Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia is the largest independent academic medical center in the Philadelphia region annually training over 3, health professional students and residents in more than The purpose of this study was to describe the symptom distress, anxiety, depression, and discharge information needs of patients after peripheral arterial bypass surgery. Despite the effectiveness of coronary artery bypass grafts (CABG) in managing CHD, post-CABG patients can develop severe complications such as infection and lung problems; these complications can be minimised with an appropriate discharge plan.2 Recent studies have focused on the impact of health education (e.g. self-care, medication adherence Author: Ahmed A. Almaskari, Huda Al Noumani, Khalid Al-Omari, Mohammed A. Al Maskari. Skip to Article Information; Search within. Search term. Advanced Search Citation Search. Search term. Advanced Search Citation Search. Login / Register. The full text of this article hosted at is unavailable due to technical difficulties. Cited by: