Near East University Faculty of Nursing represented at the 1st International and 9th National Orthopedics and Traumatology Nursing Congress

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Added On: 10 November 2019, Sunday, 22:07
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Near East University Faculty of Nursing represented at the 1st International and 9th National Orthopedics and Traumatology Nursing Congress

Dean of the Faculty of Nursing, Prof. Dr. Ümran Dal Yılmaz and Research Assistant Nida Aydın chaired 3 sessions, presented 2 oral presentations and 2 poster presentations at the conferences titled Patient Care with Plaster held at the 1st International and 9th National Orthopedics and Traumatology Nursing Congress in Antalya.

According to the information provided by the Directorate of Press and Public Relations of Near East University, apart from the presentation made by Prof. Dr. Ümran Dal titled “Patient Care with Plaster”, studies titled “Examination of Nursing Diagnoses of Students in Orthopedic Patients in Clinical Practice” was verbally presented and “Plaster Patient with Lower Limb Fracture: Case Report” was presented as a poster presentation.

Research Assistant Dr. Nida Aydin and Dr. Betul Mammadov’s study titled “Effect of Exercise on Prevention of Back Pain and Pelvic Girdle Pain in Pregnancy: Systematic Review” was presented by Nida Aydın as a verbal paper in the congress. The study titled “Importance of Standard Isolation Measures for Healthcare Professionals” and made by Research Assistant Nida Aydın, specialist Ufuk Kaya and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Meryem Güvenir was presented as a poster presentation.

The Role of the nurse in the care of plaster patients was represented…
Dean of the Faculty of Nursing Prof. Dr. Ümran Dal Yılmaz in her paper titled “Patient Care with Plaster ”, mentioned about the following issues; Lack of Information on Treatment, Acute Pain Due to Musculoskeletal Disorder, Impaired Physical Mobility Related to Plaster, Self-Care Lack: Irritated Mobility Due to Bath / Hygiene, Nutrition, Dressing / Care or Toilet, Skin Integrity Associated with Injuries and Abrasions Peripheral Neurovascular Dysfunction Related to Physiological Response to Plaster’s Stress Effect.