First Heart Transplant

First Heart Transplant

My name is Aprile and I possess a great interest in motorcycle riding as well as racing endures. I have a great interest in medicine since it provides a sound opportunity to understand the functioning of human body. In this class, I am interested in learning concerning the first heart transplants. During this class, I am interested in achieving various goals. First, by the end of the lesson, I would like to identify how the challenges of organ rejection got dealt with during the first heart transplant. Secondly, by the end of this lesson, I would like to learn how transport and storage of hearts got undertaken during the first heart transplant. Likewise, by the end of the lesson, I would like to learn who were the main personnel involved in the first transplant.

Monemian, Abedi & Naji, (2015) identify that the first heart transplant has greatly impacted the nursing profession by motivating research on how nurses would achieve infection prevention during the procedure. Likewise, the first heart transplant has molded nursing profession by motivating research on the best way to take care of patients after undergoing a heart transplant. Besides, the nursing profession has transformed following undertaking research based on the first heart transplant since it has enhanced collaborative care of patients following the heart transplant. Nierste, (2013), asserts that the first heart transplant has made it possible for the nurse to identify and deal with some of the critical issues that revolve around heart transplants. For example, principles of ethics, spiritual as well as psychosocial to meet the holistic needs of heart transplant patients get developed. Therefore, in my first class, identify the key aspects linked with the first heart transplant as well as how it has changed nursing profession is possible.

 

 

References

Monemian, S., Abedi, H., & Naji, S. A. (2015). Life experiences in heart transplant recipients. Journal of education and health promotion, 4.

Nierste, D. (2013). Issues in organ procurement, allocation, and transplantation. Journal of Christian Nursing, 30(2), 80-87.

 

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