For the literature review an electronic search was undertaken of articles published in English using the Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL), PubMed and Cochrane databases from 2009 to 2013 were searched for medical subject heading terms, both individual terms and combination of the following
counselor. At the same time during the intake process, there is a large amount of personal data
Overall the patient had excellent homecare and was a Calculus Level One. There weren’t any risk factors discussed with this patient, but her concern about the throbbing in her upper jaw was addressed. Her general goal of the appointment was to keep her plaque score the same or lower since she was at 14%. She was a Periodontal Case Type Two based on the bleeding from probing, bone loss, and previous radiographs. The patient said she has been flossing more and is really trying to maintain her plaque score.
better the process and the causes of periodontal disease ( I talked to the patient
The intake assessment is where the case manager get to know the client and what problems does it have you can also it can also help as a guide to start the treatment plan which is very important this help the client look at the possibilities that their goals are being taken care of. As a case manager you will have to give that little extra push or extra confident that they have lost in the past time. As a case worker you have to maintain that resiliently mood with the client and that is where the treatment plan comes in. In this dissertation will be discussing the treatment plan for the follow up client which is Belinda. Also what strategies can a
Finally, one article was found by conducting a search of the identified article’s reference section. This article was searched by title on the Cochrane database and was found useful to the clinical
In the first session that was held with client Jane Smith it was to determine what the client was suffering from. Counselor agreed with community social worker that client exemplifies characteristics of Agoraphobia. The key characteristic that was identified in client’s behavior was that she does not leave her home. Client has a fear of being in public places. Client depends on her granddaughter to do all of her out of the home errands. After a multitude of characteristics were identified, intervention/treatment plan can be developed. Client alongside counselor will work together to develop an effective treatment plan. In reference to CBT a treat plan is “strategy between patient and therapist that gives direction to therapeutic process”. Client will be in charge of developing three goals that she will like to complete or work toward during sessions.
It synthesizes the results of various primary studies by using strategies that reduces biases and random errors. These reviews follow a strict scientific design and provide consistent estimates about the effects of interventions, therefore, conclusions are defensible. Systematic reviews shows where knowledge is lacking and can be used to guide future research. These reviews are usually carried out in the areas of clinical tests such as diagnostic, screening and prognostic; public health interventions; economic evaluations; adverse effects and how and why interventions work. Cochrane reviews are systematic reviews undertaken by Cochrane Collaboration members, aims to help people to make well-informed decisions about healthcare by preparing, maintaining, and promoting the accessibility of systematic reviews of the effects of healthcare
The study was a systematic review of scientific papers selected by a search of the SciELO, Cochrane, MEDLINE, and LILACS-BIREME databases. Among the 2169 articles found, 12 studies proved relevant to the issue and presented an evidence strength rating of B. No publications rated evidence strength A. Seven of the studies analyzed were prospective cohorts and 5 were cross-sectional studies.
Treatment of periodontal disease can be broadly divided into two, non-surgical and surgical. Longitudinal comparison between non-surgical and surgical therapy had been studied extensively by groups of researchers, namely the Gothenburg, the Michigan, the Minnesota, the Nebraska, and the Arizona group. There are some heterogeneities between studies from different groups. Some studies focused on single rooted teeth, while others included molars. Majority of the studies are done in a university setting, while the Arizona study was done in private practices.
DOI: 6/29/2010. The patient is a 50-year-old female packager who sustained a work-related injury when she hit her head on machine door after bending over to pick up an item.
The topic in this systematic review is clearly defined in the abstract & the introduction. Yes, the search for studies and other evidence was comprehensive and unbiased as it was able to be. Strict criteria were followed as described in Figure 1.
The material for this research was gotten from various journals such as US National library of medicine as well as other databases such as Medical research journal. The information from these journals is credible as the journals are peer reviewed and scholarly.
Combining the terms yielded 42 results. Limiting these to human and English language reduced it to 26 articles: the articles were then limited to double-blinded, randomized controlled studies as there are most appropriate for studying questions regarding treatment, produced 22 articles. The abstracts of the excluded non-English paper were reviewed to ensure we did not miss relevant studies. The articles that
We used a broad range of keywords in our search strategy, including free text in addition to the controlled vocabulary terms of individual databases. This is especially important for CPWs where the terminology is inconsistent. The search strategy was developed with the assistance of an information specialist. We also screened relevant publications from the EPOC (Cochrane Effective Practice and Organization of Care Group) Register of Studies.40 Bibliographies of CPW systematic reviews were also searched for missed publications. A recent study suggests that English language restriction does not introduce systematic bias into systematic reviews with meta-analysis.39 Therefore, we restricted the language of publication to either English or French. Studies identified from the search strategy were entered into the reference manager Endnote® (version X4, Thomson-Reuters). They were then manually