Special attention is needed for the foot care as the foot complication from diabetes are one of the main causes of amputation, and it has a great impact on physical and psychological condition as explained by Alwahbi (2010), foot problems are the most frequent hospital admission in most diabetic cases, therefore diabetic patient should be taught to keep the feet clean and dry, washing them with mild soap daily and to dry them with care especially between toes. Family members can also be involved in helping to inspect the feet especially the area that patient can't reach or visualize, or we can teach the patient how to use mirror to inspect for cuts, swollen areas and to emphasize wearing well fitting, comfortable medical shoes. Nurse can help the patient to be seen by podiatrist to treat corn, calluses and foot sores so more complication can be prevented. Teaching clients to avoid standing on legs dependent for long periods or crossing the legs while setting are essential due to their effects on blood circulation.
Fourth, drunkenness is serious enough to call for church discipline (1 Corinthians 5:11). That’s pretty sobering! Users of medical marijuana seek primarily the symptom relief THC brings, but as a psychoactive substance, the dissipating effect is also present. A way of living that includes getting high seems clearly, on the surface, to be sufficient to remove someone from fellowship. Particularly in a church context where people are trying to make a break from drug addiction, cannabis users who could be treated with other medications present an unedifying, compromising example that can easily undermine the walk of their weaker brothers and sisters.
The NBHQF provides a mechanism to examine and prioritize quality prevention, treatment, and recovery elements at the payer/system/plan, provider/practitioner, and patient/population levels. The NBHQF is aligned with the NQS in that it supports the three broad aims of better care, healthy people/healthy communities, and affordable care. However, it was specifically broadened to include the dissemination of proven interventions and accessible care. The latter concept encompasses affordable care, along with other elements of care accessibility, including the impact of health disparities.
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