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1. MS.

MANGATA-NOOR
o HER REPORT WAS
o COMPREHENSIVE
INCLUDING THE NURSING
CARENEEDED IN THE DISEASE.
2. MS. TABASAN
o SHE DELIVERED HER REPORT WITH
MASTERY AND SIMPLICITY IN A WAY
THAT I WAS ABLE TO UNDERSTAND IT.
3. MS. REVELO
THE CONTENT OF HER REPORT WAS
CONCISE AND COMPLETE.

CELL

STROKE is the loss of brain function due to a


Cell is the basic structural,
disturbance in the blood supply to the brain.
functional
unit
of
all

FRACTURE is a break in bone or cartilage.


knownlivingorganisms.

ALZHEIMERS DISEASE progressive, degenerative


disorder that attacks the brain's nerve cells
Malignant cells are tumorresulting in loss of memory, thinking and language
cells that are capable of
skills, and behavioral change.
and growing into

Sickle cell anemia is a disease in whichinvading


your body
nearby tissues and organs.
produces abnormally shaped red blood cells.

1.
Maintain
airway.
Suction
secretions as
needed.
2. Encourage
deep
breathing and
coughing
exercise.
3. Provide
small,
frequent
meals.
4.
Perform
passive range
of
motion
exercises.
5. Position the
patient
from
side to side
every 2 hours.