By P. J. Hunt, B. Sendell (auth.)
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Chapter 3 Breathing NORMAL PHYSIOLOGY Before proceeding we suggest you revise your knowledge of normal physiology of breathing by using the following references (given in full in References) or any other suitable textbook: • Hunt and Sendell (1987). Nursing the Adult with a Specific Physiological Disturbance, 2nd edn . • Green (1978). Basic Clinical Physiology, pages 2-52 and 53-67. SOCIOLOGICAL FACTORS AFFECTING BREATHING Breathing is affected by the environment we live in and the status position and health of individuals in society (at home and at work).
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Metabolism 7. Seeing, hearing, smell and touch 8. Communicable conditions 9. Immobilisation: disease/treatment (B) Functions requiring assistance 1. Breathing 2. Eating or drinking 3. Elimination 4. Sleep or rest 5. Movement 6. Maintenance of body temperature 7. Keeping body clean 8. Dressing suitably 9. Avoiding dangers and injury 10. Communication 11. Worship 12. Work 13. PartiCipation in recreation 14. Learning to satisfy curiosity Age Temperament SociaVCultural PhysicaVintellectual Capacity Physiological Disturbance 53 54 A PERSONAL APPROACH TO PATIENT CARE Now use this information to decide which of his total needs (physiological, security, achievement and self-fulfilment) may be altered for him as an individual at this time.
A Personal Approach to Patient Care by P. J. Hunt, B. Sendell (auth.)