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Running Head: PICOT STATEMENT 1
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PICOT statement
Name of the student:
Good start on your PICO question th...
time inside a half year. The period will be adequately long to
make a sick be able not to encounter the evil impacts of hi...
intervention will have to do with affecting the sick to acquire
the chance to complete a large proportion of exercises. Th...
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PICOT statement
Name of the student:
Good start on your PICO question this week. However, I am not clear on what the PICOT question is. What is the specific intervention, comparison, and outcomes you are evaluating? I noted a few corrections and comments in your paper. Be sure to make corrections before including this in the final capstone paper in week 9. Thanks. – Mrs. Guzman





PICOT Sstatement
Patient/Ppopulation
The population that is mostly affected with hypertension are male adults between the ages of 40 and 70 with hypertension, and with different diseases, that shows alteration in lifestyle (attracting routinely in practice and taking in more advantageous and sufficient dinners), appeared differently in relation to patients who use solution to treat/manage their high blood pressure, assist to manage their heartbeat and lessen the threat of making cardiovascular sicknesses in their recovery time inside a half year. The period will be adequately long to make a sick be able not to encounter the evil impacts of high blood pressure and to in like manner diminish the threats that the general population will customarily experience (Dua, et.al, 2014). Comment by Melanie Guzman: Meaning is not clear Comment by Melanie Guzman: This is vague Comment by Melanie Guzman: 5 authors: Put all last names inn first citation, then et al. in subsequent citations
Intervention Comment by Melanie Guzman: Headings bolded
The essential strategy for mediation for sick with high blood pressure it is with no vulnerability to place them under medicine so that they can be restored. That is the most secure way as it will impact the patient to have the ability to manage themselves to the extent how they to think, what they eat and even the activities that they endeavor to take an interest in. The age of the patients will in like manner suggest that the sick are given arrangement that can oversee them in the most useful means and which they can recognize with everything taken into account. The medicine that can be provided for this circumstance is one that can diminish the brutality of a prescription. The nursing intercession for sick with high blood pressure is evaluating the migraine torments that sick is encountering and checking the obscured vision in like clockwork until the point when it leaves. Another nursing mediation is for an attendant to teach a sick on how they counsel with their specialist before the medicine is ceased (Dua, et.al, 2014). Comment by Melanie Guzman: This is not clear. What is the identified problem? PICOT statement? What evidenced-based interventions related to that problem are you proposing? Comment by Melanie Guzman: What interventions are being doing to prevent high blood pressure? Is evaluation of migraine a major issue with HTN? Comment by Melanie Guzman:
Comparison Comment by Melanie Guzman: What are you specifically comparing in your PICOT statement?
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Running Head: PICOT STATEMENT 1

PICOT STATEMENT 4








PICOT statement
Name of the student:
Good start on your PICO question this week. However, I am not clear on what the PICOT question is. What is the specific intervention, comparison, and outcomes you are evaluating? I noted a few corrections and comments in your paper. Be sure to make corrections before including this in the final capstone paper in week 9. Thanks. – Mrs. Guzman





PICOT Sstatement
Patient/Ppopulation
The population that is mostly affected with hypertension are male adults between the ages of 40 and 70 with hypertension, and with different diseases, that shows alteration in lifestyle (attracting routinely in practice and taking in more advantageous and sufficient dinners), appeared differently in relation to patients who use solution to treat/manage their high blood pressure, assist to manage their heartbeat and lessen the threat of making cardiovascular sicknesses in their recovery time inside a half year. The period will be adequately long to make a sick be able not to encounter the evil impacts of high blood pressure and to in like manner diminish the threats that the general population will customarily experience (Dua, et.al, 2014). Comment by Melanie Guzman: Meaning is not clear Comment by Melanie Guzman: This is vague Comment by Melanie Guzman: 5 authors: Put all last names inn first citation, then et al. in subsequent citations
Intervention Comment by Melanie Guzman: Headings bolded
The essential strategy for mediation for sick with high blood pressure it is with no vulnerability to place them under medicine so that they can be restored. That is the most secure way as it will impact the patient to have the ability to manage themselves to the extent how they to think, what they eat and even the activities that they endeavor to take an interest in. The age of the patients will in like manner suggest that the sick are given arrangement that can oversee them in the most useful means and which they can recognize with everything taken into account. The medicine that can be provided for this circumstance is one that can diminish the brutality of a prescription. The nursing intercession for sick with high blood pressure is evaluating the migraine torments that sick is encountering and checking the obscured vision in like clockwork until the point when it leaves. Another nursing mediation is for an attendant to teach a sick on how they counsel with their specialist before the medicine is ceased (Dua, et.al, 2014). Comment by Melanie Guzman: This is not clear. What is the identified problem? PICOT statement? What evidenced-based interventions related to that problem are you proposing? Comment by Melanie Guzman: What interventions are being doing to prevent high blood pressure? Is evaluation of migraine a major issue with HTN? Comment by Melanie Guzman:
Comparison Comment by Melanie Guzman: What are you specifically comparing in your PICOT statement?
The first c.

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  1. 1. Running Head: PICOT STATEMENT 1 PICOT STATEMENT 4 PICOT statement Name of the student: Good start on your PICO question this week. However, I am not clear on what the PICOT question is. What is the specific intervention, comparison, and outcomes you are evaluating? I noted a few corrections and comments in your paper. Be sure to make corrections before including this in the final capstone paper in week 9. Thanks. – Mrs. Guzman PICOT Sstatement Patient/Ppopulation The population that is mostly affected with hypertension are male adults between the ages of 40 and 70 with hypertension, and with different diseases, that shows alteration in lifestyle (attracting routinely in practice and taking in more advantageous and sufficient dinners), appeared differently in relation to patients who use solution to treat/manage their high blood pressure, assist to manage their heartbeat and lessen the threat of making cardiovascular sicknesses in their recovery
  2. 2. time inside a half year. The period will be adequately long to make a sick be able not to encounter the evil impacts of high blood pressure and to in like manner diminish the threats that the general population will customarily experience (Dua, et.al, 2014). Comment by Melanie Guzman: Meaning is not clear Comment by Melanie Guzman: This is vague Comment by Melanie Guzman: 5 authors: Put all last names inn first citation, then et al. in subsequent citations Intervention Comment by Melanie Guzman: Headings bolded The essential strategy for mediation for sick with high blood pressure it is with no vulnerability to place them under medicine so that they can be restored. That is the most secure way as it will impact the patient to have the ability to manage themselves to the extent how they to think, what they eat and even the activities that they endeavor to take an interest in. The age of the patients will in like manner suggest that the sick are given arrangement that can oversee them in the most useful means and which they can recognize with everything taken into account. The medicine that can be provided for this circumstance is one that can diminish the brutality of a prescription. The nursing intercession for sick with high blood pressure is evaluating the migraine torments that sick is encountering and checking the obscured vision in like clockwork until the point when it leaves. Another nursing mediation is for an attendant to teach a sick on how they counsel with their specialist before the medicine is ceased (Dua, et.al, 2014). Comment by Melanie Guzman: This is not clear. What is the identified problem? PICOT statement? What evidenced-based interventions related to that problem are you proposing? Comment by Melanie Guzman: What interventions are being doing to prevent high blood pressure? Is evaluation of migraine a major issue with HTN? Comment by Melanie Guzman: Comparison Comment by Melanie Guzman: What are you specifically comparing in your PICOT statement? The first contrasting alternative to differentiate from the
  3. 3. intervention will have to do with affecting the sick to acquire the chance to complete a large proportion of exercises. That’s one fundamental step that will make it legal to have the ability to deal with the issue of high blood pressure and since practices have been shown that they function, it will then be essential for the patient to recover from hypertension and what will suggest that they will be restored from such sickness. Around the end, all will have wound up being satisfied as the patient will have the ability to get the pined for medication. Understanding consideration to those with hypertension is to initially instruct, measure the pulse and even offer guidance learning will involve altering the conduct of a sick that is identified with smoking, liquor admission and to oversee pressure (Howes, et.al. 2013). Comment by Melanie Guzman: Meaning is unclear Outcome Comment by Melanie Guzman: What outcome are you evaluating? In this investigation and dealing with a sick it is with no worry that there are issues that are being assumed to and which are there to have the ability to deal with the manner in which a sick finds the opportunity to respond to medication or even exercise. The cerebral torments that are consistently seen in patients with hostile hypertension joined with the proportion of contemplations are the status that are to be wiped out in the patients that have high blood pressure. The various ominous events in the sick will have decreased given the patients having the ability to be under medical or despite partaking in practices that are helpful for their prosperity. Social insurance organization for thinking about patients with hypertension can be any semblance of Intrepid USA Healthcare Services which gives Hypertension Management Program that enables patients to get and have a kept up circulatory strain that is sound (Howes, et.al. 2013). Comment by Melanie Guzman: This should have a citation. Hostile hypertension should be defined. Time The period that should be considered in this hypertension condition is around half an year. Through seeking information
  4. 4. from the case studies and preparing questionnaires with the medical experts of hypertension (Howes, et.al. 2013). PICOT Question. The PICOT study question for this study is- Wich methods can I use ti improve HYPERTENSION without medications? Population- Elderly Patients- · Intervention- · Comparison- · O- · T- References Dua, S., Bhuker, M., Sharma, P., Dhall, M., & Kapoor, S. (2014). Body Mass Index Relates. to Blood Pressure Among Adults. North American Journal of Medical Sciences, 6(2), 89– 95. http://doi.org/10.4103/1947-2714.127751 Comment by Melanie Guzman: Title: only capitalize first letter of title, any proper nouns or first letter after colon/semicolon. Howes, F., Warnecke, E., & Nelson, M. (2013). Barriers to lifestyle risk factor assessment and management in hypertension: A qualitative study of Australian general practitioners. Journal of Human Hypertension, 27, 474-478
  5. 5. doi:10.1038/jhh.2013.9. NRS-490 PICOT Statement Paper: Problem of Hypertension Comment by Melanie Guzman: Not bolded Running Head: Articles Summary 1 Articles Summary 2 Articles Summary Literature Review KS, M., VM, B., M, B., & B, B. (2014). Making tradeoffs between the reasons to leave and reasons to stay employed in long-term care homes: perspectives of licensed nursing staff. International Journal Of Nursing Studies. This article, emphasis on characteristics that provides nursing income to long-term care. There are little consideration and molting nervousness as well as low solidarity. Both income and maintenance look at haul long minds which are focused on the care workers sort out issues as they were before in the approved
  6. 6. staff in nursing. This article also states some factors which affect nurses making them remain used of the present business place. Even the qualities of the authors of this articles are the gathering of information. It also uses qualitative research techniques to gather and analyze data assembles through bunch concentration drove as a way of appreciating the nursing home. There is also a restriction of any shortcomings in this article. More than forty-three nurses approved the long-term care which was taken into consideration. There is also a satisfactory confirmation which leads to rehearse change so as the researcher can make use of this article in the future. Tilden VP, T. S. (2012). End-of-life care in nursing homes: the high cost of staff turnover. Nursing Economic. This article gives an overview of the nursing home staff turnover. It also explains the achievement of most extreme charges of both contrarily and individual influences and money- related ideas of the care given for the inhabitants for life wrap up. In this case, the decrease in staff turnover results in big benefits to the cost of US. Staff turnover in nursing leads to an inhabitant of care to be voiceless and powerless which in turn result in proved death. There is rising on the nursing home weight to improve the unwinding of the lesser trade; end-of-life mind sharpens which are used for recuperating offices for safe conditions administration at the areas. This article values the enthusiasm for specific fundamental planning so that the phenomena care can estimate the failing of the miserable tenants. Also, the shortcoming of this article is that it has no characterized data about the accumulation techniques which can be utilized during the data gathering. There is an also inadequate sign for change because it gives itemized information about the nursing home. Wendsche, J., Hacker, W., Wegge, J., Schrod, N., & Tomaschek, A. (2014). Rest break organization in geriatric care and turnover: a multimethod cross-sectional study. International Journal Of Nursing Studies.
  7. 7. In this article, there are some characterizes which shows that distinctive component of the exertion nurse turnover and motivation conducts may lead to an examination of the past. According to the survey of the setting care and piece of the break, association shows that the immediate and backhanded in break association and care setting and enrolled caretakers of the medicine. This leads to additional administrative traits and turnover. The quality of this article is based on an exhibit which comes out and the rest of framework up geriatric making the nursing home to be more routinely. This leads to unapproved and reduces than the homecare units. Also, the conveying of this article is that there is adequate training change proposal because it is a surveyed associated article and has dynamic data which is characterized. dshs. (2016). Texas Center for Nursing Workforce Studies Long-Term Care Nurse Staffing Study In this article, there is long haul care study about the nursing staff which assesses the staffing nurture and issues which are related in the deal attitude. 27% of the approved proficient care were overseers in the year 2007, and 3% of the nurses who are registered in the Taxes works in the wide nursing home. The personality of the whole deal workplace uses confirmed nurses associates. The mostly routinely uncovered registration strategy was laborer affirmation programs for the upkeep of the agents. The exhibits correlation of response that paid escape days were declared the most typically in maintenance and enrolment systems of all the specialized. Moreover, the article quality is that the information is displayed using charts and tables.on the other hand, the shortcoming of this article is that the whole deal mind works place should recognize the streets but not registering the nurses. Antwi, Y. A., & Bowblis, J. R. (2016). The Impact of Nurse Turnover on Quality of Care and Mortality in Nursing Homes: Evidence from the Great Recession. Upjohn Institute Working Papers The author of this article evaluates the impacts of the casual of
  8. 8. the nurse’s turnover on the mortality and the nursing home care nature. It uses settled outcomes of the adjustable instrumental estimation which the unemployment rate as the reason for the nursing turnover instrument. Ten rate point increase in turnover of the nurse’s results to office experiencing lack of administrative review and miring the expansion. An example of utilized investigation is unattached nursing home which is found in California. The data was collected through a survey method. This article focuses on the disregarding endogenetic prompt as an effective impact of the turnover of the nurses based on the nature of mortality and cares in the Nursing home of California. Also, this article incorporates legitimate confirmation of the sources. This article does not provide any table to display data. Cox, P., Willis, W. K., & Coustasse, A. (2014). The American Epidemic: The U.S. Nursing Shortage and Turnover Problem. Management Faculty Research. Based on this article nursing deficiencies has been the ascent in all nation which leads to turning of issues because of child maturity of the post-war in America. Based on the rise of the nurse requirement, deciding the drivers underlying of the issues are basic for human services and since the cost is also raising. The technique for qualitative examination used survey of the semi-organized interview. This results in disapproving of the five electronic databases. Based on the theoretic structure which was used, the main issue of nursing deficiency and nurse’s turnover was assessed. The examination depends on various factors like maturing of the nurses, inadequate staffing, socioeconomic, the experience of absence, nursing schools and pay issues. Assessment of the investigation issues took a positive connection in turnover and nursing deficiency in human services association. Also, the issues results in negative satisfaction of employment quick turnover which lead to general nursing and inadequate confronts in the U.S. PB, R., MG, P., & C., J. M. (2016). Cost of nursing turnover in
  9. 9. a Teaching Hospital. Journal of School of Nursing. The authors of this article examine the medical services association which spend a great deal of money to nurses supplant and scholarly loss of capital when they quit. This appears to be the potential reason for efficiency misfortune related to nurse’s turnover. The main aim of this article is to provide sub forms which are identified with the turnover of the nurse’s staff and to investigate and measure the nursing cost of turnover. The investigation is directed in showing healing center and the contextual analysis in the south-east of Brazil. This populace was developed by the nursing staffs bearing in mind the utilizing of the nursing turnover cost calculation methodology. This article quality is based on furnishing the data with the assistance of tables and illustrations. Moreover, the article shortcoming is that it incorporates troublesome dialect. The investigation also recognizes the importance of dealing with the staff turnover cost and the money related effects of the cost work end. Fritzler, K. J. (2014). Factors Associated with Turnover Rates of Certified Nursing Assistants in Long-Term Care Facilities: The Impact on Residents and the Implementation of Empowered Workforce Strategies. North Dakota State University. This article examines survey factors which are related to high turnover rates which are guaranteed in the nursing collaborators in the utilizing the long-term care office. The primary purchase of the long-term care is the grown-up 85. This article anticipate that long-term health care business will experience an increasingly sought after because of the old established subgroup of the populace maturity. It also uses quasi- experimental designs. The most target population for this article is nursing partners, while the beneficiaries in long-haul minds offices to speak to the circuitous populace. The main aim of this article is to examine factors which emphatically relates to high turnovers of the registered nursing partners. It also gives intersession systems which can be the counterbalance in this pattern. This mainly affects the personal satisfaction and care
  10. 10. between the assessed occupants. References Antwi, Y. A., & Bowblis, J. R. (2016). The Impact of Nurse Turnover on Quality of Care and Mortality in Nursing Homes: Evidence from the Great Recession. Upjohn Institute Working Papers Cox, P., Willis, W. K., & Coustasse, A. (2014). The American Epidemic: The U.S. Nursing Shortage and Turnover Problem. Management Faculty Research dshs. (2016). Texas Center for Nursing Workforce Studies Long Term Care Nurse Staffing Study Fritzler, K. J. (2014). Factors Associated with Turnover Rates of Certified Nursing Assistants in Long-Term Care Facilities: The Impact on Residents and the Implementation of Empowered Workforce Strategies. North Dakota State University. KS, M., VM, B., M, B., & B, B. (2014). Making tradeoffs between the reasons to leave and reasons to stay employed in long-term care homes: perspectives of licensed nursing staff. International Journal Of Nursing Studies. PB, R., MG, P., & C., J. M. (2016). Cost of nursing turnover in a Teaching Hospital. Journal of School of Nursing . Tilden VP, T. S. (2012). End-of-life care in nursing homes: the high cost of staff turnover. Nursing Economic. Wendsche, J., Hacker, W., Wegge, J., Schrod, N., & Tomaschek, A. (2014). Rest break organization in geriatric care and turnover: a multimethod cross-sectional study. International Journal Of Nursing Studies.

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