UNDERSTANDING STANDARD PRECAUTIONS ON BLOOD AND BODYFLUIDS(NURSING).

Under standard precautions or universal precautions blood and body fluids of all patients (clients) are potential for infection for hepatitis B virus, (HBV) and human immunodeficiency virus and other blood-borne pathogens. The most single source of HIV ,HBV and other pathogens in healthcare settings is through the blood. So prevention of exposure to blood and […]

45TH CASE SCENARIO NURSING (AIDS)

HIV is human immunodeficiency virus, and aids is acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. HIV causes aids if not treated. The most serious side effects of HIV is called aids.There is no cure for aids but there is treatment. HIV/AIDS affects the body ability to fight infections. HIV signs and symptoms are flu like symptoms of sore throat, […]