Dha exam syllabus for Nurse And Midwife
1) FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING
- Basic physical care
- Basic psychosocial needs
- Medication and IV administration
- Basic physical assessment
- The nursing process
2) PAEDIATRIC NURSING
3) PSYCHIATRIC MENTAL HEALTH NURSING
- Foundations of psychiatric nursing
- Anxiety disorders
- Mood,adjustment dementia disorders
- Psychotic disorders
- Substance abuse,eating disorder,impulse control disorders
4) MATERNAL-NEONATAL NURSING
- Antepartum period
- Intrapartum period
- Postpartum period
- The neonate
5) MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING
- Cardiovascular disorders
- Oncologic disorders
- Gastrointestinal disorders
- Integumentary disorders
- Immune and hematologic disorders
- Endocrine and metabolic disorders
- Musculoskeletal disorders
- Neurosensory disorders
- Respiratory disorders
- Genitourinary disorders
- Lippincott Manual of Nursing Practice, 2005, 8th 7. Registered Nurse Edition.
- Fundamentals of Nursing, 2006, 3rd Edition.
- Fundamentals of Nursing-Standards and Practice, 2006, 3rd Edition.
- Brunner and Suddarth`s Textbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing, 2006.
- All-In-One Care Planning Resource, 2004.
- Alexander’s Care of the Patient in Surgery, 2003, 12th Edition.
- Nurse’s Quick Reference to common Laboratory and Diagnostic
- Tests, 2006, 4th Edition.
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Every year all nurses/midwives are need to renew their professional license . The required documents are
- Valid malpractice insurance
- Evidence of completing CPD/CME points
Steps to follow the Renewal Professional license Process
- Professional license cancel bu the facility owner or the medical director through the online cancellation on Sheryan System.
- For the on line cancellation process through on Sheryan System provided a No Objection Letter from the current employer attached with the application.
For the cancellation process follow the steps
- DHA will provide license after passing DHA Assessment and completing required licensure
- The validity of DHA assessment results is for one year from the date of passing the assessment.
- The applicant allowed maximum of three attempts to pass DHA assessment.
- Cancellation of the License is free of charge.
1) A client with COPD is admitted to the medical surgical unit. To help this client maintain a patent airway and achieve maximal gas exchange the nurse should
- a)instruct the client to drink 2L of fluid daily
- b)Maintain the client on bed rest
- c)Administer anxiolytics as prescribed ,to control anxiety
- d)Administer pain medication as prescribed
The DHA was created by Law 13 issued by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE, Ruler of Dubai.It was created in June 2007.His Excellency Qadhi Saeed Al Murooshid is the Director General of the Dubai Health Authority (DHA).
A fat embolism originates in the bone marrow and occurs after a fracture when a fat globule is released into the bloodstream.Clients with long bone fractures are at the greatest risk for the development of a fat embolism.Fat embolism can occur within the first 48 – 72 hours following the injury.
A transfusion reaction is an adverse reaction that happens as a result of receiving blood transfusion.
Types of transfusion reactions include hemolytic,allergic,febrile or bacterial reactions or transfusion associated graft versus host disease.Read More
Patient’s Rights When Hospitalised
- Right to considerate and respectful care
- Right to be informed about diagnosis , possible treatments,likely outcome,and to discuss this information with the physician.
- right to know the names and roles of person who are involved in care.
- Right to consent or refuse a treatment.
Dosage,Intravenous,Flow Rates,Infusion Time,Number of milliliters per hour,Celsius and Fahrenheit
Type1 diabetes mellitus is characterized by the destruction of the pancreatic beta cells,which produce insulin; this results in absolute insulin deficiency.
Type 2 diabetes mellitus usually arises because of insulin resistance , in which the body fails to use insulin properly , combined with relative insulin deficiency.
Complete insulin deficiency requires the use of exogenous insulin to promote appropriate glucose use and to prevent complications related to elevated blood glucose levels,such as hyperglycemia , diabetic ketoacidosis , and death.
- 1. Hypoglycemia is blood glucose level less than 70 mg/dl.
- 2. Hypoglycemia results from too much insulin ,not enough food, or excessive activity.
- 3. Signs include headache,nausea, sweating, tremors, lethargy, hunger, confusion, slurred speech, tingling around the mouth, and anxiety